Category Archives: Other Football Leagues

How Nike used US sports experience to improve their soccer creations

For a while now Nike has been the dominant force in sports apparel, with the likes of Puma and Adidas trailing in the company’s wake. This has been largely due to the success it has had moving into foreign markets that were previously not so aware of the brand. Not content with holding majority share of the US sports apparel market, Nike have successfully targeted continents like Europe and Africa. Continue reading

New Cork City FC Jersey 2021

New Cork City FC Jersey 2021 | Cork City Adidas Home Kit 20-21 Three Colours

This is the new Cork City home jersey 2020/21, Cork City FC’s new strip for the 2021 League of Ireland First Division season. Made by Adidas, the new Cork City top was unveiled in late November 2020.

The kit was launched using the campaign “One Club, three colours”, pointing to the design of the home shirt. Cork were relegated from the League of Ireland Premier Division last month. The kit will be paired with white shorts and green socks, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading

New Dynamos FC OTB Looks Jersey 2020 2021

New Dynamos FC Jersey 2020-2021 | Dembare OTB Looks Kits 2020-21 Home, Away & Third

These are the new Dynamos FC kits 2020/21, well known Zimbabwean soccer club Dynamos’ new home, away and third jerseys for the upcoming league season. The new Dynamos FC shirts have been made by OTB Looks (On the Ball Looks) and are the first to be unveiled as part of a new three year kit deal, reportedly worth around $300,000 (USD)

Dynamos unveiled a dark blue home jersey and two alternate strips- one white and the other a lighter shade of blue.

New Dynamos FC OTB Looks Jersey 2020 2021

New Dynamos FC Away Kit 20-21

New Dynamos FC Third Shirt 20-21

Reds don special charity strip, Foxes wear white for Anfield clash- GW9

Game Week 9 of the Premier League, the first after the international break, was an interesting one- both in terms of results as well as kits worn. It started and finished with third kits- Chelsea wore their “Crystal Palace” strip to Newcastle on Saturday afternoon and so did Southampton, who were in their sash uniform for the game at Molineux on Monday night. Continue reading