Historical Football Kits

 

Sky Bet Championship 2019 - 2020

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Barnsley

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Sponsor: XXXX

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Birmingham City

birmingham city 2019-20 1st kit

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Designer: Adidas

Sponsor: Boyle Sports

The launch of the new "home" kit makes great play on the club's roots in the working class (their rivals had more genteel origins). I like the use of two shades of blue very much (the navy takes us back to their original colours) but I think the yellow trim is over-egging the pudding a tad and reminds us of some old Cardiff City outfits. Nevertheless, this is their most distinctive strip since 2015.

(Harry Meadows)

 

Blackburn Rovers

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Sponsor: XXXX

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Brentford

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Bristol City

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Cardiff City

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Charlton Athletic

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Derby County

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Fulham

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Huddersfield Town

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Hull City

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Leeds United

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Luton Town

luton town 2019-2020

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luton town 2nd kit 2019-20

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Designer: Puma

Sponsor: Indigo Residential, Star Platforms, Ryebridge Construction

Luton's rise from the National League has been spectacular and we can say the same about this season's strips. Inspiration is taken from the various colours worn by the team over the past 135 years and there is a neat colour-block on the shirt tail illustrating these graphically. With different sponsors on each shirt we can expect several unforced changes when the team travel.

(Alasdair Gibbs-Barton, Jamie Walker)

 

Middlesbrough

middlesbrough 2019-20 1st kit

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Designer: Hummel

Sponsor: 32Red

Middlesbrough have form when it comes to passing off standard templates as being inspired by something historical but this time we have the real McCoy. Hummel have created a bespoke shirt based on a popular design from 30 years ago.

(Socks not confirmed.)

(John McAleer)

 

Millwall

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Nottingham Forest

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Preston North End

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Designer: Nike

Sponsor: 32Red

Hooped socks have become the signature look for North End and they do look good. The trim on the white shirts is apparently exclusive to the club.

(John Smith, Detenator Ninety)

 

Queens Park Rangers

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Designer: XXXX

Sponsor: XXXX

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Reading

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Sheffield Wednesday

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Stoke City

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Designer: Macron

Sponsor: Bet365

The striped "home" shirt is firmly traditional and purists will be pleased that the stripes extend to the back of the shirt. The alternative provides all the contrast you could ask for with bright orange applications to offset the funereal look.

(Detenator Ninety)

 

Swansea City

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Designer: XXXX

Sponsor: XXXX

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West Bromwich Albion

west brom 2019-20 1st kit

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Designer: Puma

Sponsor: Ideal Boilers

The Throstles reached the play-offs last term but must spend at least another season in the Championship. The new striped shirt blends tradition with modernity but I'm not sure about the mottled effect on the sleeves. Retro hooped socks always look good with striped tops though.

(Simon Nelson)

 

Wigan Athletic

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Designer: XXXX

Sponsor: XXXX

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