Monthly Archives: June 2016

New Hibs Strips 2016/17 | Nike Hibernian FC Home & Away Kits 16-17

These are the new Hibs kits 16/17, Hibernian FC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Scottish CHampionship season. Made by Nike, the new Hibs strips were officially unveiled on 30 June, 2016 by the club.

Hibs finished third in the Scottish Championship last season and won their playoff-quarterfinal against Raith Rovers before going down to Falkirk in the semis, losing 5-4 on aggregate as Bob McHugh’s injury time goal Continue reading

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New QPR Dryworld Kits 2016/17 | Queens Park Rangers Home Away Third Shirts 16-17

These are the new QPR kits 2016/17, Queens Park Rangers FC’s new uniforms for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Canadian firm Dryworld Industries, with whom the Hoops inked a 10 year deal earlier this summer, the kits were officially unveiled at St Katharine Docks on 29 June, 2016. Continue reading

New Leyton Orient Kits 16/17 | LOFC announce Energybet as new shirt sponsors

These are the new Leyton Orient kits 2016/17, LOFC’s new home and alternate shirts for the upcoming League Two season. Orient have a new sponsor in the form of Energybet who have inked a two year deal to appear on the front of the home, away and third uniforms and the new jerseys were officially revealed on June 29, 2016. Continue reading

New USA Olympics Soccer Jersey 2016 | Nike USWNT Rio 2016 Kit

This is the new United States Olympics soccer jersey 2016, a special edition kit that will be worn by the USWNT when they compete in Rio this summer. Made by Nike, the new US Women’s jersey was officially revealed on June 28, 2016

Nike have given the USWNT a new home shirt that will temporarily replace the current home one. The jersey features a red stripe down the right and a blue stripe down the left and has a blue USA logo on the front Continue reading

New Huddersfield Town Kit 16/17 | HTAFC Puma Home Shirt 2016-17

This is the new Huddersfield Town shirt 2016/17, HTAFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Puma, the new Town home kit was officially unveiled at the Odeon Cinema on 24 June, 2016.

Town finished 19th in the Championship in 2015/16, picking up 51 points from 46 games.

The new shirt sticks to the club’s traditional striped design but features a more darker blue in comparison to last season. Continue reading