This is the new Portsmouth kit 2017/18, Pompey’s new home strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by Sondico, the new Portsmouth FC home shirt was officially unveiled on July 6, 2017 by the club. Pompey will be playing in the third tier this season after winning the League Two title on goal difference Continue reading
These are the new Oldham shirts 2017/18, Oldham Athletic’s new home and away tops for the upcoming EFL League One season. The Latics finished 17th in the 2016/17 League One season (their 20th straight one in English football’s third tier) with 53 points. They scored just 31 goals- the lowest in League One, and the lowest ever by any Oldham side in the club’s history, but also let in only 44 goals, the fourth best defensive record in the league Continue reading
This is the new Dag & Red kit 2017/19, Dagenham and Redbridge’s new home shirt for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons. Made by Sondico, the new Daggers 17/18 jersey was officially unveiled on 24 June, 2017.
Dag & Red are currently competing in the National League (Conference). They narrowly missed out on an immediate promotion back to the Football League in 2016/17, finishing fourth in the regular season but losing 3-1 on aggregate to eventual playoff winners Forest Green Rovers in their semifinal Continue reading
A week after unveiling their new 2017/18 home kit, Yeovil Town have today (June 8, 2017) followed it up with the release of their new away strip. The uniform, made by Sondico, sees YTFC wear black on the road for the first time since the 2009/10 season.
Like with the home kit, the away shirt also features three stars on the front- one for every five years Yeovil have spent in the Football League.
The away top features a checked design with dark grey and black squares. It also has green and gold trim on the sleeves Continue reading
This is the new Yeovil Town kit 2017/18, YTFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Sondico, the new Yeovil home shirt was officially unveiled on June 1, 2017. The Glovers finished 20th in League Two in the 2016/17 season.
Yeovil are heading into their 15th straight season in the Football League in 2017/18, and somewhat bizarrely, have opted to have 3 stars on the shirt (one star for every five seasons in the Football League) Continue reading