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
This is the new Notts County home kit 2015/16, League Two outfit Notts County FC’s new home strip for the upcoming season. Made by Carbrini, the new Notts County home shirt was officially unveiled on July 30, 2015. The Magpies were relegated from League One at the end of the 2014/15 season.
The shirt features a button downed collar and has the club’s traditional black and white stripes. Sponsoring the kit are Ladbrokes, who have signed a two year deal to appear on front of the jersey. The betting company had earlier done a one off deal to sponsor the Magpies when they took on Liverpool in the Carling Cup back in 2013. Continue reading
This is the new Walsall away kit 2015/2016, Walsall FC’s new change strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by JD Sports owned brand Carbrini, the new Saddlers alternate shirt was officially unveiled on July 25, 2015, on the eve of their pre-season friendly against Premier League outfit Aston Villa Continue reading
This is the new Birmingham City away kit 2015/16, Blues’ new change strip for their games on the road in the upcoming Championship season. Made by Carbrini, the strip was officially unveiled at the club’s 140th anniversary dinner at ICC Birmingham on 18 July, 2015.
The shirt features a thick central red stripe, flanked by yellow and black on the sides, and is a nod to the 1972 away strip worn during the Trevor Francis era. Many other stars from the 70’s era were present at the launch, and all of them gave a thumbs up to the strip.
The jersey is paired with black shorts and predominantly yellow socks, as the pics below show us. Continue reading
This is the new Birmingham City home kit 2015/16, Blues’ new home strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Carbrini, the new BCFC 15/16 home kit was officially unveiled on July 14, 2015.
The strip is a modern take on the original Small Heath Alliance uniform worn in 1875. The shirt features a blue body with a white sash that contains the names of supporters who bought the 140 year “Woven in History” package.
White shorts and blue socks complete the look of the new Birmingham City home strip for 2015/16. Continue reading