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New Bohemians Bob Marley Jersey 2022- O’Neills Bohs White Away Kit 2022

This is the new Bohemians away shirt 2022, a special edition jersey dedicated to Bob Marley by the League of Ireland club. The new Bohs Marley jersey was officially unveiled on January 24, 2022 by the club.

Marley’s last ever outdoor concert took place at Dalymount Park (the club’s home ground) back in July 1980, and this kit pays tribute to that event (see the hem tag on the front for example)

This Bohemians away shirt has made by O’Neills and features red, yellow and green detailing, as can be seen in the pics below. Des Kelly Interiors remain shirt sponsors.

Bohs had released their 2022 home jersey back in December.

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Bohemians New Kit 2022 Closeup

New Bohemians Jersey 2022 | O’Neills Bohs Home Kit 2022 League of Ireland

Click here for new Bohemians Bob Marley away jersey 2022– released January 24, 2022.

This is the new Bohemian FC jersey 2022, League of Ireland club Bohemians’ new home shirt for the upcoming season. Made by O’Neills, the new Bohs 2022 kit was officially unveiled by the club on December 7, 2021. Bohemians finished 5th in the 2021 League of Ireland season, just outside the European spots.

The new Bohemians soccer jersey features a diamond design on the front- a departure from the red and black stripes that we’ve been used to seeing. It also features an old club crest from 1952, as can be seen in the pics below.

The back is fully red- the design on the front doesn’t extend to the reverse. The words “we don’t need nobody else”, taken from Dublin band Whipping Boy, can be seen on the back.

Des Kelly Interiors remain principal sponsors of the new Bohs home kit. Continue reading

Broken Stripes Partick Thistle New Shirt 20-21

New Partick Thistle Strip 2020-21 | O’Neills PTFC home kit with pink goalkeeper shirt

This is the new Partick Thistle home kit 2020/21, PTFC’s new primary strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by new kit partners O’Neills, the new uniform is the first to be produced by the Irish manufacturer after they inked a deal to replace Joma, and was officially unveiled on June 19, 2020.

O’Neills, who had also unveiled a charity Thank You NHS jersey for Thistle last month, have stuck to the club’s red and yellow colours, but with a broken stripe design, paired with predominantly black shorts and socks. The goalkeeper jersey is pink in colour, and both tops have Just Employment Law as the primary shirt sponsor.

The early conclusion of the season forced Thistle to be relegated from the Championship, despite the club having a game in hand. Continue reading