Historical Football Kits

 

Ladbrokes Scottish League Two 2019 - 2020

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Cove Rangers become the second team to win promotion to the SPFL, the first from the Highland League, after soundly beating Berwick Rangers over two legs in the promotion play-off. The Wee Rangers now play in the Lowland League.

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Albion Rovers

albion rovers 2019-20 1st kit

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albion rovers 2019-20 2nd kit

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albion rovers 2019-20 3rd kit

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Designer: Joma

Sponsor: K&T Plant Hire

Rovers have kept both of their kits from last season but a new sponsor replaces Reigart Contracts whose name has appeared on their shirts for the past 20 years. As usual they wear the same shorts and socks with both first and second choice kits so having a third kit in blue and white is only sensible.

(Stephen Ferrell)

 

Annan Athletic

anan athletic 2018-19

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annan athletic 2019-20 2nd kit

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Designer: Halbro

Sponsor: M&S Engineering

Annan have kept both of their strips from last season.

(Steven Thomas)

 

Brechin City

BRECHIN CITY 2019-20 1ST KIT

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brechin city 2019-20 2nd kit

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Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: Glencadam Distillery

After a catastrophic season in the Championship, Brechin have plunged straight down to the basement. Perhaps reverting to all-red, their preferred colour scheme for most of the last 50 years, will signal an improvement in their fortunes. The white change shirt from last season is retained (with the new club sponsorship) and is now worn with the white shorts that were first choice last season.

 

Cove Rangers

cove rangers 2019-20 1st kit

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cove rangers 2019-2020 2nd kit

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Designer: Adidas

Sponsor: ACE Group

The SPFL debutants play in a genteel suburb of Aberdeen, which has a population over just over 7,000. They have retained the strip they wore last season in the Highland League but with a new sponsor, an Aberdeen-based freight forwarding company that has agreed to sponsor the club for the next three seasons. The white strip is new.

(Duncan Little)

 

Cowdenbeath

cowdenbeath 2019-2020 1st kit

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cowdenbeath 2019-20 2nd kit

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Designer: Errea

Sponsor: Delta 70

Fifty years ago Cowdenbeath won promotion to the Scottish First Division, then the top tier. To mark the occasion Errea have delivered a fine replica of the candy stripe strip worn at the time.

(Chris Malcolm)

 

Edinburgh City

edinburgh city 2019-20 1st kit

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edinburgh city 2019-20 2nd kit

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edinburgh city 2019-20 3rd kit

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Designer: Macron

Sponsor: Forth Capital

The all-white strip worn last season proved unpopular with supporters as well as the kit manager who struggled to remove the marks made on the shorts by artificial pitches. Macron now supply the club and have created a bespoke first choice shirt. The change strip has been dubbed the "heritage kit" and is described as "a celebration of our city and club's foundation" and pays "homage to our formation as a club in 1928 and our revival alongside the reds of Postal United in 1986."

(Alick Milne)

 

Elgin City

elgin city 2018-19

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elgin city 2019-20 2nd kit

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Designer: EV2 Sportswear

Sponsor: McDonald & Munro Ltd

Elgin have kept both of their kits from last season.

 

Queen's Park

queens park fc 2018-19

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queens park fc 2016-18 1st kit

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Designer: Under Armour

Sponsor: Irn Bru

Because of their amateur principles, Queen's Park retain their strips for several seasons rather than attempt to extract the maximum cash from their support. The change strip was introduced in 2016 when it served as first choice during their 150th anniversary. It is a replica of one of the club's earliest strips.

 

Stenhousemuir

stenhousemuir 2019-20 1st kit

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stenhousemuir 2019-20 2nd kit

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Designer: Uhlsport

Sponsor: LOC Hire

Stenhousemuir were relegated last season after losing the play-off final against Clyde. They have signed up with the German sportswear provider, Uhlsport. The new home strip is deceptively simple from a distance but close to the fading diamonds printed into the chest turn out to made up of a fine mesh. The change strip is outstanding.

 

Stirling Albion

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stirling albion 2019-21 2nd kit

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Designer: Macron

Sponsor: Prudential

Albion rotate their strips alternately every couple of seasons. The new purple number was chosen by the supporters and will be kept until 2021.