Category Archives: English Football League Two

Blue Morecambe Away Kit 20-21

New Morecambe FC Kits 2020/21 | Macron Centenary Home & Away Shirts

These are the new Morecambe FC kits 2020/21, Morecambe’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Macron, the new strips will also serve as the club’s centenary uniforms (the club was formed in 1920). The designs of the jerseys were released back in May, but fans were today given a look at the shirts in the flesh.

Both home and away tops feature a special badge to celebrate the Shrimps’ centenary year, and have Annapurna Recruitment as sponsors. The red one in the pic below (with white shorts) will be the club’s primary jersey, with the navy one set to be the alternate kit.

Morecambe finished 22nd in League Two in 19/20. Continue reading

Closeup of Scunthorpe United Kit 2020-21

New Scunthorpe United Kit 2020-21 | Macron unveil black away shirt for the Iron

This is the new Scunthorpe United away kit 2020/21, SUFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Macron, the new Iron away shirt was officially unveiled on July 6, 2020. The kit is the first to be produced by the Italian firm after they signed a three year contract to replace FBT earlier this year.

The new away jersey is predominantly black with claret and blue flashes. Utilita are principal shirt sponsors, with Pepperell’s Solicitors appearing on the reverse (they replace Vanilla Solutions as back of the shirt sponsor). Peperell’s original position as shorts sponsor has now been taken up by Sands Venue Hotel Resort and Spa, as can be seen in the pics below. The shorts will also be black, but no information has been provided regarding the socks. Continue reading

Oldham New Away Shirt Detailing 2020-21

New Oldham Athletic Kit 2020-21 | Hummel OAFC 125th Anniversary home & away shirts

These are the new Oldham Athletic kits 2020/21, OAFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Hummel, the new OAFC shirts were officially unveiled on July 4, 2020. The uniforms will also serve as the club’s 125th anniversary strips- OAFC was formed as Pine Villa back in 1895.

The new home shirt is blue with white and tangerine detailing and will be paired with white shorts and blue/white socks. The away kit is a red and white striped creation from Hummel, inspired by the first Pine Villa kit worn in 1895. The back of the away top is plain- the stripes do not extend to the reverse. It will be paired with navy shorts and blue/red socks.

Both home and away jerseys have “Keep the Faith” inscribed at the bottom as well as a retro badge (as chosen by the fans). The away top also has some classic OAFC crests inside the collar. A shirt sponsor for both kits will be announced by the club in due course.

OAFC finished 19th in League Two in 2019/20. The club will also unveil a new third kit for 2020/21 in August meant primary for Cup fixtures. Continue reading

Closeup of CUFC Hummel Shirt 2020 2021

New Cambridge United Kit 2020-21 | CUFC Hummel Home Shirt

This is the new Cambridge United kit 2020/21, CUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Hummel, the second in the part a four year deal that started last year, the new kit was officially unveiled on July 3, 2020, the same day that the Danish firm also released Premier League outfit Everton’s new jersey.

The new Cam Utd home shirt features a bespoke stripe design on the front and Hummel’s famous chevrons on the shoulders. Mick George remain principal shirt sponsors with the logos of Hill Group (back of the jersey) and SOS Leak Detection (back of shorts) also appearing on the strip. Continue reading

New Colchester United Shirt 2020 2021 No Stripes

New Macron Colchester United Kit 2020-21 | No stripes again on Col U home shirt

This is the new Colchester United kit 2020/21, Col U’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Macron, the new Col U jersey was officially unveiled on 1 July, 2020. The club finished 6th in the 19/20 season but lost in their playoff semifinal to Exeter.

Colchester opted to go without their traditional blue and white stripes in the 2019/20 kit, and have again chosen to go down that route for 2020/21 as well. The blue jersey however features an eagle print in the background. Texo Scaffholding again remain principal sponsors. Blue shorts and white socks complete the look of Col U’s new 2020/2021 uniform. Continue reading