Category Archives: English Football League Two

MK Dons Errea Home Jersey 18-19

New MK Dons Kits 2018-2019 | Errea Milton Keynes Dons Home, Away & Third Shirts

These are the new MK Dons kits 18/19, Milton Keynes Dons’ new home and alternate strips for the upcoming EFL League Two season. Made by Errea, the new MK Dons 2018/19 uniforms were officially unveiled on June 18, 2018. The club were relegated from the third tier in 2017/18 after finishing second from bottom in the 24 team league. Continue reading

New CUFC Home Kit 18-19

New Cambridge United Shirt 2018-2019 | Puma CUFC Home Kit 18-19

This is the new Cambridge United kit 2018/19, CUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Puma, the new Cam Utd shirt was officially unveiled on June 14, 2018 by the U’s.

Cambridge finished 12th in the 2017/18 EFL League Two season. They were also unfortunately on the receiving end of a 7-0 thrashing from Luton, the heaviest margin of defeat for a fourth tier team during the 17/18 campaign.

The shirt features a fading stripe graphic on the front and is the first CUFC jersey to feature the logo of new sponsors Hill Continue reading

New Crewe Alexandra Home Kit 18-19

New Crewe Alexandra Kits 2018-2019 | FBT Home & Away Shirts 18-19

These are the new Crewe Alex kits 2018/19, Crewe Alexandra FC’s new home and alternate tops for the upcoming League Two season. Made by FBT (Football Thailand), the new Crewe Alex strips were officially unveiled on June 12, 2018. The 18/19 season will be Alex’s third straight season in the fourth tier following relegation from League One at the end of the 15/16 season. Continue reading

140th Anniversary GTFC Kit

New Grimsby Town Kits 2018-2019 | GTFC Errea 140th Anniversary Shirts

These are the new Grimsby Town kits 2018/19, GTFC’s new home and alternate kits for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Errea, who are into their 11th year partnering the Mariners, the new Grimsby Town tops were officially unveiled on June 11, 2018.

Grimbsy finished 18th in League Two during the 2017/18 season with 51 points from 46 games. The new kits celebrate the club’s 140th anniversary- a nod to this historic occasion is seen inside the back of the neck. Continue reading