Historical Football Kits

 

Ladbrokes Scottish League One 2018 - 2019

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Premiership | Championship | League One | League Two

Airdrieonians

airdrieonians 2018-19

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airdrieonians 2018-19 change kit

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Designer: Under Armour/Hummel

Sponsor: Holemasters, Stewarton Memorials

Airdrie have retained their excellent strips for another season although their socks are now supplied by Hummel. I noticed that they wore their black strip with red Hummel shorts in a pre-season match and wonder if a transition is under way.

 

Arbroath

arbroath 2017-18

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arbroath 2017-19 change kit

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Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: MegaTech

Both strips have been retained from last season.

(Gary Morris)

 

Brechin City

brechin city 2018-19

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brechin city 2018-19 change kit

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Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: JJKS Estates, Ferguson Oliver Wealth Management

Brechin were, to put it mildly, out of their depth in the Championship last season. As part timers in a division of full-time professionals they were always going to struggle and in fact they finished with just four points and without a win. To their credit, on the other hand, they avoided the mistake that has led others to financial ruin by trying to spend their way out of trouble, regarding their season in the second tier as an adventure. A return to a more traditional red and white first kit is a welcome move. This is in the same Pendle template as the change kit which is retained from last season.

(Alexander Perkin)

 

Dumbarton

dumbarton 2018-19

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dumbarton 2018-19 change kit

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Designer: Joma

Sponsor: Turnberry Homes

Dumbarton were relegated via the play-offs and start off in League One wearing an interesting variant on the style worn for the past six seasons. The characteristic chest band is in place, now complemented by black sleeves and shorts for the first time. The most unusual feature is the graded gold horizontal lines on the front of the shirt.

(Thomas Wg Hughes)

 

East Fife

east fife 2017-18

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east fife 2017-19 change kit

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east fife 2018-19 third kit

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Designer: Joma

Sponsor: Mr Mechanic, East Fife Joinery

The grey and black strip is new while the rest are kept from last season. The shorts and socks can be swapped around and there is a red set of shorts that can be worn with the change kit.

 

Forfar Athletic

forfar athletic 2018-19

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forfar athletic 2017-19 change kit

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Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: Orchard Timber Products

Forfar generally retain their kits for two seasons so this term its time for a new first strip, which drops navy altogether in favour of a clean light blue and white look.

 

Montrose

montrose fc 2017-18

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montrose 2017-19 change kit

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Designer: Nike

Sponsor: Carnegie Fuels Ltd

Montrose won the League Two title last season which is good going considering that a couple of years ago they might have lost their place in the SPFL. Their strips are unchanged.

 

Raith Rovers

raith rovers 2017-18

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raith rovers 2018-19 change kit

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Designer: Puma

Sponsor: valmcdermid.com, Tag Games

Raith finished as runners-up but failed to negotiate the play-offs last season. They have kept their first choice strip and have a new yellow and black alternative with fashionable graded bands.

(Calum S)

 

Stenhousemuir

stenhousemuir 2017-18

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stenhousemuir 2018-19 change kit

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Designer: Mitre

Sponsor: Warriors in the Community

Stenhousemuir finished fourth in League Two last term and went on to win the play-offs. Their kits are unchanged.

(Sytse Korts)

 

Stranraer

stranraer fc 2018-19

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stranraer fc 2018-19 change kit

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Designer: Joma

Sponsor: Stena Line

After nine seasons wearing Stanno's distinctive outfits, Stranraer have switched to Joma and their rather pedestrian "Champion" design complemented by an Argentina style alternative.

(Alisdair Gibbs-Barton)