These are the new Blackpool kits 15/16, troubled League One club Blackpool FC’s new home and away strips for the 2015/16 season. The Tangerines were relegated from the Championship after a dreadful 2014/15 season that saw them finish rock bottom and only win 4 of their 46 games. Their supporters have been at odds with owners Owen and Karl Oyston, and even staged a pitch invasion in their last game of the season against Huddersfield, forcing the fixture to be abandoned.
Blackpool also announced a new principal shirt sponsor today (July 31, 2015) in the form of Village Hotels. Continue reading
This is the new Dortmund Ambassador jersey 2015/16, BVB’s principal strip that they will use in European fixtures throughout the 2015/2016 season. Dortmund entered the Europa League in the third qualifying round against Austrian side Wolfsberger last night, and debuted this Puma strip in that away fixture, which they won 1-0 thanks to Jonas Hofmann’s strike.
The shirt features a subtle diamond design on the front, and appears to use the same template as Arsenal’s away kit for 2015/16. Continue reading
A week after unveiling their new 2015/16 season home kit, Oxford United have today (July 31, 2015) followed it up with the release of their away strip for the new League Two season.
Made in house, the new O’s alternate strip is a bespoke design and is inspired by the red and black striped uniform worn by the club in the mid 90’s. Continue reading
This is the new Sheffield United away kit 2015/16, SUFC’s new change strip for the new League One season. Made by Adidas, the new Blades away uniform was officially unveiled on July 31, 2015 at Meadowhall city beach.
SUFC’s new away shirt is green, officially labelled as “macaw green” by the Blades, and features black trim on the neck and cuffs. It is paired with black shorts and socks, both with green trim. The away goalkeeper shirt is an interesting two shade creation from Adidas- bright red and scarlet with blue trim. Continue reading
Leaked designs of what World champions Germany will be wearing at Euro 2016 have emerged in the local media. Die Mannschaft are currently second in Group D, one point behind leaders Poland, with Scotland and Ireland both nipping on their heels.
German fans were already incensed with the red and black away kit they wore at World Cup 2014, but this away kit may cause further consternation. It appears to be reversible and will be worn by the likes of Arsenal FC’s Mesut Ozil and Manchester United’s Bastian Schweinsteiger in next year’s tournament in France. Continue reading
This is the new Everton third kit 2015/16, EFC’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new Everton third shirt was officially unveiled on July 31, 2015 and will be first worn by the Toffees when they take on Southampton at St.Mary’s in mid August.
The Toffees have just returned from a pre-season tour of Asia, where they lost the Barclays Asia Trophy final to Arsenal in Singapore.
Everton and Umbro have opted for a rather novel way of unveiling the strip, commissioning Marvel Comics illustrator Will Sliney to create drawings of the players in the third kit. The Cork based artist is an Everton fan and has created a bespoke drawing featuring players Ross Barkley, Leighton Baines, Tom Cleverley, Gerard Deulofeu, Romelu Lukaku and club manager Roberto Martinez.
The third jersey will be green- the first time in Everton’s history that they’ve worn green as an outfield shirt, and is paired with black shorts and socks. Continue reading
These are the new LOFC kits 2015/16, Leyton Orient FC’s new home, away and third uniforms for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Nike, the new Orient strips were officially unveiled on July 30, 2015. The O’s were relegated from League One at the end of 2014/15 and will be aiming for an immediate return to the third tier of English football.
Orient will also have a new principal sponsor in the form of steel distributor Rainham Steel. The O’s had 666Bet as a sponsor for the 14/15 season, but terminated their deal ahead of schedule after the latter lost their gaming license. Continue reading
This is the new Huddersfield home kit 15/16, Huddersfield Town’s new principal strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Puma, the new HTAFC home shirt was officially unveiled on 29 July, 2015 and made its debut on the same day in Town’s pre-season friendly against Deportivo La Coruna.
The V-neck shirt features Town’s traditional blue and white stripes, with a black panel on the sleeves. Black detailing is also seen on the shorts and the socks.
The home shirt has a new principal sponsor in the form of Pure Legal Limited, the Prescott based legal firm Continue reading