The Your First Football Shirt collection is a book by the Football Shirt Collective of 30 interviews and illustrations with footballers such as Alan Shearer and Bob Wilson and fans like BBC’s Dan walker and comedian Josh Widdicombe. Here Ireland star Jason McAteer talks about his first ever shirt, along with his most famous goal in the green jersey.
Nerea Palacios, the creator of I Want To Work For Nike and Game of Thrones World Cup inspired kits has teamed up with Illustrator Daniel Nyari, for a crowd sourced project to produce a set of independently produced football jerseys.
The Panathinaikos 2014/15 Home Kit from Adidas
Known ‘O Canarinho’ The Little Canary, it is one of the most iconic images in sport. Yellow flashing with blue on bronzed skin, dancing, darting, with a ball moving like paint strokes. Zig-zags, turns, pass, pass pass. Brazil. The cradle of football. Movers. Masters. The jersey of the Selecao epitomises soccer and the World Cup, and when the tournament kicks off in Sao Paulo on June 12, millions will wear the beloved shirt in a nation besotted with the beautiful game. And yet, the garment wouldn’t exist – certainly not in its current form – without the devastation of Brazil’s loss in the 1950 World Cup final and the subsequent imagination of a 19-year-old from the city of Pelotas.
The new Umbro Irish home kit is now available to buy. First worn worn in the friendly with Turkey and themed ‘Green to the Core,’ the new home jersey and team kit is almost entirely green with the exception of a white collar and white turnover on the classic green socks.
Olympique Marseille have revealed their 2014/15 home, away and third Kits
Nike have revealed the new Socceroos kit for the 2014 World Cup paying tribute to Australia’s first tournament team of 1974 and with obvious comparisons to current hosts Brazil.
Images have been released of the new Northern Ireland Adidas away shirt which will be worn for the first time in March’s friendly with Cyprus.
Although known for some time, PUMA will become the official kit partner of Arsenal as of July 1st following an announcement on the Arsenal website.
League of Ireland champions St. Patrick’s Athletic have revealed their new home kit for next season, designed by Umbro.