STRUGGLING TO FIND THE PERFECT DESIGN FOR YOU CLUB?
Any of the below ideas can be replicated in your exact club colours or have their design adapted to perfectly match what you have in mind. This includes a variety of collar options and panel inserts.
Our standard striped Football Jersey, made famous over the years by clubs such as Newcatle United, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday.
Not for the faint hearted!
Make a statement on the pitch whichever colour palette you settle for.
A thinner stripe than a standard striped match jersey. Popular in the 70s and 80s and without doubt making a coming back now!
Make a statement with this bold design. A pattern that works in so many colour combinations.
A simple hooped shirt design, think Celtic, Sporting Lisbon or QPR!
A classic single colour jersey with a subtle watermarked pattern. Add a change of colour in the collar and cuffs for a effective contrast.
Undecided between stripes and hoops? This design might just help you find some middle ground.
A diamond encrusted pattern that is sure to appeal to many clubs, especially when seen in their exact club colours.
A thicker stripe alternative jersey with a slight twist. Alter the colours of any aspect of the shirt including collar and cuffs.
Bold hoops, in a lightning style look, giving a powerful look in any colour options.
A design with so much potential when used with a striking colour palette.
Classic camo, what else can we say!
A modern twist on the traditional hoop design. An option that can look sensational in certain colour palettes. As with all of our shirts choose any of our collar and cuff styles.
A far from normal hooped shirt option that can be a real head turning jersey in the right colours.
Sometimes there is nothing wrong with a simple single colour classic look shirt with option collar and cuff trim.
Remember you can watermark a pattern into any single colour shirt giving it a fantastic personal touch.
A pattern that looks fantastic in any colour combination however we’re sure you’ll agree it is simply perfect in a black design as per this example.