These are the new Perth Glory shirts 2015/16, Western Australian A-League outfit Perth Glory’s new home and away tops for the upcoming A-League season. The strips have been made by Macron and celebrate 20 years of the club’s formation, with the year 1996 featuring on the lower back of the jersey.
Glory have also announced the extension of their sponsorship deal with QBE, which is currently the longest running in Australian professional sport. They have also roped in a new back of the shirt sponsor in National Storage. Continue reading
Ahead of their Champions League clash against BATE Borisov tonight, AS Roma have unveiled their new third kit for the 2015/16 Italian season. Made by Nike, the kit pays tribute to the city of Rome and its heritage.
The jersey is predominantly light grey with black detailing, paying homage to the grey kit of La Lupa, the she-wolf present on the club crest who took care of Romulus and Remus after they had been cast into the Tiber River by their uncle Amulius. Continue reading
This is the new Huddersfield Town third kit 2015/16, Town’s new second alternate strip for the 15/16 Championship season. Made by Puma, the new HTAFC third jersey was officially unveiled on September 24, 2015 and will make its debut next month in the club’s upcoming fixture against Wolves.
The predominantly white camouflage shirt, with hints of red, pays homage to fallen war heroes, including Town’s eight players who lost their lives in conflict (Larrett Roebuck, Sidney James, Leigh Richmond Roose (Rouse), Charles Edward Randall, Robert Henry Gordon, Tom Carter, Francis Cornelius Chivers and Alex Jackson) Continue reading
We reported back in February that Bolton’s new 2015/16 season third shirt would pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the Burnden disaster, and the Trotters have now officially unveiled the strip, made by Italian company Macron.
The navy and black hooped shirt features the date of the disaster (09-03-1946) on the back of the collar, and pays homage to the 33 individuals who lost their lives in the disaster. The jersey features the names of the 33 and has a Lancashire red rose on the neckline.
Blue shorts and socks, both with white trim, complete the look of BWFC’s new 2015/16 third kit. Continue reading
This is the new Hearts third kit 15/16, Heart of Midlothian FC’s new second alternate strip for the 2015/2016 Scottish Premier League season. The Jambos officially unveiled the top on September 18, 2015 and it pays tribute to the supporters who saved it from going out of business after it entered administration in the 2013-14 season.
The name of every fan who contributed £120 (the equivalent of 180 maroon points) will be seen on this shirt. Made by Puma, the new third jersey features names like Ann Budge, Craig Levein, Eilidh Child and Donald Ford, among others. Continue reading
Man City have today (September 17, 2015) unveiled their new third kit for the 2015/16 season. Made by Nike, the new third strip will see action for the first time next week when Manuel Pellegrini’s side take on Sunderland in the League Cup. City are the only Premier League team with a 100% record this season, having won all five of their games so far.
City wore a kit with green trim in their famous 1999 Second Division playoff triumph against Gillingham. Joe Royle’s men trailed 2-0 late in the game, but scored in the 90th and 95th minutes to take it to a shootout, which they won 3-1. The green from that strip provides the base Continue reading
This is the new Inter third shirt 2015/16, Inter Milan’s new second alternate strip for the 15/16 football season. Made by Nike, the new Nerazzurri third jersey was officially unveiled on 16 September, 2015, thus completing the club’s list of releases for the new season.
Inter’s new third jersey is yellow in colour, the first time in over a decade that Nike have given a yellow uniform to the Nerazzurri. The last Nike yellow kit to be worn by Inter was back in the 2003-04 season.
The “Night Rising” shirt features a striking ombre graphic design, using the same elements Continue reading
These are the new WSW shirts 2015/16, West Sydney Wanderers’ new home and away strips for the upcoming A-League season. The uniforms have been made by Nike, who inked a five year deal with the club at its inception back in 2012. Wanderers won the 2014 Asian Champions League by beating Al Hilal, becoming the first Australian team to win the title, and the new strip features a golden star to commemorate that achievement Continue reading