This is the new Hartlepool United away kit 2017/18, HUFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming National League season. Hartlepool finished second from bottom in League Two at the end of the 2016/17 season, thus sealing their relegation to the Conference. The new strip, made by new kit partners BLK (better known for supplying kits to rugby and rugby league outfits like the England national RL team, Saracens and Queensland Reds, and more recently the West Indies cricket team), was officially unveiled on June 22, 2017.
BLK UK have made a rare foray into the footy market with Pools (three year contract to replace Nike), and have given them a grey kit to wear on the road next season. It features a teal neck and thin teal stripes Continue reading
Hyundai A-League outfit Newcastle Jets have today (November 18, 2015) unveiled a special RAAF jersey that they will wear when they take on Brisbane Roar at the Hunter Stadium on November 28.
The jersey, made by partners BLK, attempts to strengthen ties between the Jets and the RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) with the match between the Jets and the Roar named the “RAAF Base Williamtown round” round. The military base is around 15 km north of Newcastle, NSW, where the Jets are based. Continue reading
These are the new Newcastle Jets jerseys 15/16, Newcastle’s new home, away and third kits for the upcoming Hyundai A-League season. Made by BLK, the new Jets kits were officially unveiled on 10 September, 2015.
The Jets also have a new major sponsor for the away kit in the form of Inspirations Paint. The company, founded in Newcastle back in 1979, will appear on the front of the away jersey and on the back of the home jersey Continue reading
These are the new Newcastle Jets kits 2014/15, A-League side Newcastle Jets FC’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming season. The new Jets jerseys have been made by BLK, who are in the first season of their new kit deal with the A-League side. The designs were officially unveiled on July 15, 2014.
BLK are normally more of a rugby brand and this marks a rare foray into the football world.
The home kit remains red and blue with gold trim on the side, while the alternate is a cinnamon and emerald number from the BLK stable, as can be seen in the pics below Continue reading