These are the new Grimsby Town kits 2018/19, GTFC’s new home and alternate kits for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Errea, who are into their 11th year partnering the Mariners, the new Grimsby Town tops were officially unveiled on June 11, 2018.
Grimbsy finished 18th in League Two during the 2017/18 season with 51 points from 46 games. The new kits celebrate the club’s 140th anniversary- a nod to this historic occasion is seen inside the back of the neck. Continue reading
This is the new Port Vale kit 18/19, PVFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by BLK (who replace Italian firm Errea as kit partners), the new PVFC home shirt was officially unveiled on June 6, 2018 by the Valiants.
Vale have had a couple of tough seasons recently- they were relegated from League One at the end of the 16/17 season and finished a lowly 20th in League Two during 2017/18, narrowly escaping relegation to the Conference. Continue reading
These are the new Walsall FC kits 2018/19, WFC’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming League One season. Made by Errea, the new Walsall FC shirts were officially unveiled on May 24, 2018.
The Saddlers finished 19th in the 24 team competition in 2017/18, just two points above the drop zone. There were fears of relegation towards the end of the campaign, but they managed to do just enough to stay up.
The home kit remains their traditional red, with the alternate a darker creation from the Errea stable with a central red and white stripe. HomeServe remain sponsors for both jerseys, as can be seen in the pic below. Continue reading
These are the new Inverness Caledonian Thistle shirts 2018/19, Inverness CT’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Scottish Championship season. Made by Errea, the new Caley Thistle kits were officially unveiled late in the evening on 22 May, 2018, the same day that Highland rivals Ross County released their new uniforms.
Caley were relegated from the Scottish Premiership at the end of the 2016/17 season, but were unable to return immediately to the top flight, finishing fifth and outside the playoff spots in the 17/18 season. Continue reading