This is the new Trinidad and Tobago jersey 2015, T&T’s new home kit for international games during the 2015 season. The kit, made by Joma, was released on the eve of Trinidad & Tobago’s recent game against Panama, a fixture the Soca Warriors narrowly lost at the Ato Boldon Stadium Continue reading
West Bromwich Albion have unveiled a special white strip paying homage to their legendary forward Jeff Astle. The white kit (white shirt, shorts and red socks), a replica of their 1968 FA Cup final uniform, will be worn against Leicester City in their Premier League game next month.
Astle was at the peak of his powers in the late 1960’s, and scored the winning goal when Albion beat Everton at Wembley in the FA Cup in 1968. Continue reading
This is the new Canada home jersey 2015, the Canadian national football team’s new uniform for 2015. Made by Umbro, the predominantly red jersey has white horizontal piping across the chest, with white also featuring on the neck. On the back of the jersey, you can spot the Canadian flag, with the Canadian anthem soundwave also featuring on the lower half on the back.
The kit was revealed at a special launch event in Edmonton in the third week of March, 2015.
The new Canadian home shirt will also feature a special white font for names and numbers, made to resemble designs carved from ice (Canada’s north). It will be paired with red shorts and socks. Continue reading
This is the new France away kit 2015/16, the French football team’s new alternate uniform for the 15/16 season. Made by Nike, France’s new alternate kit was officially unveiled on March 22, 2015 and will be worn by the likes of Karim Benzema and Raphael Varane (Real Madrid), Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal), Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool) and their teammates during the upcoming season.
The new French away jersey features the iconic Mariniere design in the form of the drop needle tonal series of stripes, as can be seen in the pics below. All three colours of the French flag are well represented on the kit- the shirt’s predominantly white, there’s a red stripe running down the shirt and the blue shorts. The colours can also be seen inside the back of the neck Continue reading
This is the new Sheffield United home shirt 2015/2016, Sheff Utd’s new home strip for the upcoming league season. Made by Adidas, the new SUFC 2015/16 home kit was officially unveiled on March 21, 2015 when the Blades took on Port Vale in League One at Bramall Lane.
The new Sheff Utd home shirt is predominantly white in colour, with a red collar and thin red pinstripes, and looks to be an interpretation of early United strips from the 1890’s. It is paired with red shorts and red socks and the goalkeeper jersey will be yellow, as can be seen in the pics below Continue reading
These are the new Norway kits 2015/16, the Norwegian national team’s new home and away uniforms for the 15/16 season. Made by Nike (the first ever Nike ones for the Norwegian football team), the strips were officially unveiled on March 20, 2015. Real Madrid star Martin Odegaard is here seen modelling the new Norway 2015/16 home kit Continue reading
Hearts have inked a new kit sponsorship deal with Puma that will see the German sportswear giant replace Adidas at Tynecastle beginning the 2015/16 season. Adidas have been with Hearts for the last three seasons and their 14/15 home kit was one of the best selling in the club’s history.
Hearts are currently in the Scottish Championship, but look set for an immediate return to the Premiership next season.
In an innovative idea, fans who have donated £120 (180 maroon points) to the Foundation of Hearts’ Loyalty scheme will have their names on the new third kit for 15/16. Continue reading
This is the new Netherlands away shirt 2015/2016, a new alternate kit for the Dutch national team for their upcoming international games. Made by Nike, the new Dutch away kit was officially unveiled on March 19, 2015.
The jersey is predominantly white with a v-neck, but the real design appears to have come in the shorts, where Nike have used a printed gradient graphic consisting of orange and white rays to capture the “exhilarating speed of Dutch football”. Nike have used a somewhat similar theme on the shirt of the new Portugal away kit too Continue reading