Historical Football Kits


Scottish League One 2014 - 2015

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airdrieonians 2014-15 1st kit


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airdrieonians 2014-15 2nd kit


airdrieonians 2014-15 3rd kit


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Designer: Puma

Sponsor: Annick Structures (1st) Media Security Scotland (2nd) Edu Sports Academy (3rd)

Red shorts are reinstated for the first choice strip and the shirt is embossed with detailing from the club crest below the traditional diamond. The change strip is a vibrant pink and black while the third strip is recycled from last season.

(Andrew Kennedy, Annmarie Ballantyne - AFC)


Ayr United

ayr united 2014-15 1st kit


ayr united 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Adidas

Sponsor: Bodog

Ayr have signed up with Adidas and are wearing plain black shirts with white shorts and socks. This is not a good look for a team that is associated with either plain white shirts or hoops. That said they did wear all black in 1995-96.

(Stuart Kidd, Lee Smith)


Brechin City

brechin city 2014-15 first kit


brechin city 2014-15 second  kit


Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: Delson

Brechin have gone back to white shorts for their first choice kit while the new toop features a broad white band across the front. The alternative kit is unchanged.


Dunfermline Athletic

dunfermline athletic 2014-15 1st kit


dunfermline athletic 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Joma

Sponsor: The Purvis Group

Dunfermline lost out on promotion last season because they lost to Cowdenbeath in the play-off final. Joma have now delivered an excellent first choice outfit based on the classic Pars' design that first appeared in 1958.

(Graeme Houston, Lee Smith)


Forfar Athletic

forfar athletic 2014-15 1st kit


forfar athletic 2013-15 change kit


Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: Orchard Timber Products

Pendle's hooped template design (also worn by Alloa in gold/black) revives a look that Forfar sported in the 1930s and 40s (they also briefly wore hooped tops in 1968). Excellent.

(Lee Smith)


Greenock Morton

greenock morton 2014-15 1st kit


greenock morton 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Nike

Sponsor: Milions Sweets

Morton dropped out of the Championship last term after finishing bottom. They have switched from Puma to Nike this season: the standard Hoop III jersey is similar to the traditional Morton style while Precision II is chosen for the alternative in navy and pink. Blue shorts and socks can be worn with the hooped top but white appears to be the first choice.

(David Watson)



peterhead fc 2013-14 home kit


peterhead 2013-15 change kit


Designer: Adidas

Sponsor: Kerloch Oil Tools

Peterhead were League Two champions last season. Their strips are unchanged.

(Lee Smith)



stenhousemuir 2013-14 home kit


stenhousemuir 2013-15 change strip


Designer: CIC

Sponsor: Gulnar Restauarant (1st) Figure 11 Communications (2nd)

The club confirmed on their Facebook page in May that they would be keeping both their strips from last season.

(Lee Smith)


Stirling Albion

stirling albion 2014-15 first kit


stirling albion 2014-15 change kit


stirling albion velgin city 2014-15 petrofac training cup

V Elgin City

26 July

Designer: Macron

Sponsor: Prudential Insurance

Albion won promotion via the play-offs and now celebrate their 70th anniversary by adopting a "home" strip based on the classic design worn 1957-65, which is completed by the old saltire and lion rampant crest (the Stirling coat of arms) adopted in 1961.

The club have confirmed that white shorts will be first choice although a red set is available when needed. The change strip is retained from 2013-14. The team borrowed a set of shirts from Elgin City for their tie in the Petrofac Training Cup.

(Willie Kay, Ed Picksley)



stranraer fc 2014-15 1st kit


stranraer 2014-15 change kit


stranraer fc 2013-15 change kit


Designer: Stanno

Sponsor: Stena Line

This is the 27th season that Stena Line have supported Stranraer through shirt sponsorship, a British record. The club has reverted to white shorts for their first choice strip with a white/red alternative in the same template. They have kept their change kit from last term as third choice.

(Graeme Houston, Alisdair Gibbs-Barton)