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New El Salvador Jersey 2016- El Salvador Mitre Home Kit 2015-2016

This is the new El Salvador home shirt 2016, El Salvador’s new strip for the upcoming international football season. Made by Mitre, the new La Selecta jersey was officially unveiled on October 22, 2015. El Salvador’s partnership with Mitre goes back to 2008.

The strip is an all blue affair with white trim, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading

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New Accrington Stanley Kit 2015-16 ASFC Mitre Home Shirt 15-16

This is the new Accrington Stanley kit 2015/16, ASFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season, made by Mitre. The club finished 17th in the 2014/15 League Two season, and had former Southampton striker James Beattie in charge of affairs for a short while before he left the club by mutual consent and was replaced by John Coleman.

The shirt features red and white stripes with red sleeves and is paired with red shorts and socks. StoreFirst remain sponsors, but their three year contract with the club runs out next year, and it remains to be seen whether they will continue their association with the club. Continue reading

New Accrington Stanley Mitre Home Kit 2013-14

As revealed earlier on our Twitter profile, Accrington Stanley have opted for a mid-season switch of kit suppliers and this is their new 2013/14 home kit, made by Mitre. The League two club officially unveiled the shirt on Dec 23, 2013. The kit will be first worn in their Boxing Day clash against York City. Accrington were earlier with Samurai Sports, which is a predominantly rugby sportswear brand. Continue reading

New Ipswich Kits 13-14 Mitre ITFC Home and Away Shirts 2013-2014

These are the new Ipswich kits 2013/14, Championship outfit Ipswich Town’s new home and away uniforms for the 13/14 season. The new ITFC tops have been made by Mitre and were revealed on May 22, 2013. The strips were originally supposed to be unveiled on May 24, but a mistake by the Football League resulted in a video featuring the kits being shown to subscribers two days earlier. Continue reading