Category Archives: English Football League One

New Walsall FC Kit 2018-2019 | Errea WFC Home & Away 18-19 Shirts

These are the new Walsall FC kits 2018/19, WFC’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming League One season. Made by Errea, the new Walsall FC shirts were officially unveiled on May 24, 2018.

The Saddlers finished 19th in the 24 team competition in 2017/18, just two points above the drop zone. There were fears of relegation towards the end of the campaign, but they managed to do just enough to stay up.

The home kit remains their traditional red, with the alternate a darker creation from the Errea stable with a central red and white stripe. HomeServe remain sponsors for both jerseys, as can be seen in the pic below. Continue reading

New Rotherham Kit 2018-2019 | Puma RUFC Home Shirt 2018-19

Click here to see the new blue & black Rotherham away kit- released 31 May, 2018

This is the new Rotherham kit 18/19, Rotherham United’s kit for the upcoming league season. Made by Puma, the new RUFC home shirt was officially unveiled on May 18, 2018. The Millers are aiming for an immediate return to the Championship and after seeing off Scunthorpe in their playoff semifinal, will take on Shrewsbury in the final at Wembley next week. They finished fourth in the regular 17/18 season

The new home shirt is predominantly red (two tones on the front), with white sleeves. Hodge Clemco are principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading

New Plymouth Argyle Kit 2018 19

New Plymouth Argyle Kit 2018-2019 | Puma PAFC Home Shirt 18-19

This is the new Plymouth Argyle home kit 2018/19, Argyle’s new principal strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by Puma, the new PAFC strip was officially unveiled on 11 May, 2018. Argyle, who earned promotion from League Two, narrowly missed out a playoff spot in the 2017/18 season.

The new Argyle top features green and black stripes for only the third time in the club’s recent history- they wore similar designs in the first half of the 73-74 season and in the 94/95 season. It also features a white v-neck collar.

White shorts and white socks complete the new PAFC 18/19 strip, which has Ginsters as its principal shirt sponsor. Continue reading

Medway Council Gillingham New Shirt 2018 19 Sponsor

New Gillingham FC Home Kit 2018-19 Medway Council | 125th Anniversary Black & White Shirt

This is the new Gillingham FC kit 2018/19, Gillingham’s new home strip for the upcoming League One season. The shirt will have a new sponsor in the form of Medway Council, with the deal apparently “not a financial one” and with “no burden on the tax payer”

The new home kit was unveiled at the club’s end of the season awards at Prestfield. Other kit designs, including their special 125th anniversary black and white jersey with a collar (the club was founded in 1893), were also revealed.

The Gills finished 17th in League One in 2017/18 and finished their campaign with a 5-2 win over Plymouth Argyle Continue reading

Fleetwood Town Hummel Shirt Deal 2018

New Fleetwood Town Hummel Kit Deal- FTFC part company with Puma

League One outfit Fleetwood Town have today (April 18, 2018) announced that Danish company Hummel will be their new kit suppliers. The new kit deal means the end of FTFC’s existing partnership with Puma (Genesis Sports) that began back in the 2013/14 season.

The duration of the contract was not announced but Hummel’s deal with Boro, also announced earlier this month, was for a period of five seasons and FTFC have said that their deal is also a “long term one”. There has also been talk of Scottish giants Rangers (also outfitted by Puma) moving to Hummel beginning 18/19.

On the same day, Fleetwood also announced that Joey Barton would be their new head coach beginning the 2018/19 season. Continue reading

New Posh Away Shirt 2018 19

New Peterborough United Away Shirt 2018-2019 | Posh Alternate Kit 18/19 as voted for by fans

This is the new Posh away kit 2018/19, Peterborough United’s new change strip for the upcoming English league season. Posh conducted a fan vote, giving their supporters three options and nearly 42% of the 5,000 odd folks who voted in the poll chose this white and gold shirt. The black kit won 30% of the vote, with 28% choosing the red one.

Check out the three options below as well the winning entry. Posh are very much in the hunt for a playoff spot as they aim to secure promotion from League One to the Championship Continue reading