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
These are the new Partick Thistle Thank You NHS shirts 2020, special edition charity tops created by PTFC’s new kit partners O’Neills. The Irish manufacturer are PTFC’s new kit partners and will be releasing their new home and away strips later this summer, and this charity offering is the first for their club from the stable.
Limited numbers of this PTFC Thank you NHS jersey will be produced, and £5 from the sale of every top will go to charity. Continue reading
This is the new Bohs third shirt 2020, League of Ireland club Bohemians’ new second alternate strip for the season. Made by kit partners O’Neills, the new Bohs third jersey was officially unveiled on 16 March, 2020. It was originally supposed to debut a few days ago in their away league clash against Cork City, but that fixture was postponed due to the Coronavirus epidemic sweeping across Europe.
The third jersey is primarily blue, with a hint of yellow, as can be seen in the pic below.
Des Kelly Interiors are the jersey’s primary sponsors, having signed a four year deal with the club a few months ago. Continue reading
These are the new DR Congo kits 19/20, the Democratic Republic of Congo’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations and other international fixtures during the 2019-20 season. Made by O’Neills, the new RDC AFCON jerseys were officially unveiled on 18 May, 2019.
Both home and away (white) shirts feature a leopard design on them- the nickname of the DR Congo national football team.
With players like Arthur Masuaku, Youssouf Mulumbu, Yannick Bolasie and Jacques Maghoma available at their disposal, DR Congo will fancy their chances at AFCON 2019. They’re in Group A alongside Egypt, Zimbabwe and Uganda. Continue reading