These are the new Walsall FC kits 2016/17, Walsall’s new home and away strips for the upcoming League One season. Made by Carbrini, the new uniforms were officially unveiled by the Saddlers on July 5, 2016.
Walsall finished third in the 15/16 League One season behind the duo of Wigan and Burton Albion Continue reading
These are the new Morecambe shirts 2016/17, Morecambe’s new home and alternate strips for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Carbrini, the new Shrimps kits were officially revealed on July 2, 2016 at the Gala Draw.
The new Morecambe 16/17 home shirt is predominantly red with a white v-neck collar and features black pinstripes Continue reading
These are the new Inverness Caledonian Thistle kits 2016/17, Caley Thistle’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Scottish Premier League season. Made by Carbrini, the new ICTFC shirts were officially unveiled on 1 July, 2016.
McEwan Fraser Legal are front of the shirt sponsors, with Korrie.co.uk and Allied Surveyors appearing on the back of the jersey. Subway appear on the shorts. Continue reading
These are the new Ross County kits 2016/17, RCFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Scottish Prem season. The strips have been made by Macron and were officially unveiled by the club on 10 May, 2016. The Staggies have inked a two season contract (with the option of an extra year) with the Italian clothing firm to replace Carbrini as kit partners beginning 2016/17.
Ross County are the fourth SPL teams to unveil their new 2016/17 uniforms after Continue reading
These are the new Inverness Caledonian Thistle kits 2015/16, ICTFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming season. Caley Thistle finished third in the 2014/16 SPL season behind Celtic and Aberdeen and managed to qualify for Europe. American food giant Subway have agreed for a one year extension of their shirt sponsorship deal (they replaced the Orion Group in 2014/15), and will again appear on the front of the kits in 2015/16 Continue reading
This is the new Bournemouth away shirt 2015/2016, AFC Bournemouth’s new change strip for the 15/16 Premier League season. The new kit first saw league action in last night’s fixture against Liverpool at Anfield, a game the Cherries controversially lost 1-0. Belgian striker Christian Benteke scored the winner for the Reds while Bournemouth had an early goal from Tommy Elphick disallowed. Continue reading