Hajduk Split 2010/11 Umbro Kits

Here are the new Hajduk Split kits produced by Umbro for the 2010/11 Croatian Prva HNL season.

Hajduk are one of Croatia's most successful club teams, they have won 6 Croatian league titles and 9 league titles as part of a united Yugoslavian league.

With the occasion of Hajduk's one hundredth year anniversary, the club launched their new kits for the new season.

The home shirt is all-white with golden details decorated around it, the sleeves, the collar and the club logo also, which has the dates of the establishment of the team. The shirt is more than this though, there are hoops in the shirt, not made of solid colour as per usual but with lyrics of the club's anthem, 'Bili su bili vrhovi planin'. Also down the sides of the shirt are decorated with a pattern of three crowned lions, part of the Dalmatian coat of arms.

The away shirt is a more typical hooped shirt, in the form of blue and white solid stripes, horizontal over the shirt. The shirt also celebrates the clubs centenary, with the same gold details across the shirt. As well as this there is a 'Hajduk Split 1911' motif on the back of the collar.

Thanks to marino_st1

Hajduk Split 2010/11 Umbro Kits

Hajduk Split 2010/11 Umbro Kits

Hajduk Split 2010/11 Umbro Kits

Hajduk Split 2010/11 Umbro Kits

Hajduk Split 2010/11 Umbro Kits

 

 

 

 

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Comments (6)

  1. Paul - curswine

and you were doing so well starting to design stuff by yourself.<br /><br />I know it&#039;s not the same as copying someone&#039;s kit from here but it still doesn&#039;t teach you anything to just copy and paste logos onto the new Lille and Portsmouth shirts.

 
  1. Dylan Keenan

ok, i&#039;ll go back to designing my own kits again! =D<br />so i see you support liverpool, curswine! - are you from there? =D

 
  1. jimmy
  1. fsc

Remind anyone else of the arsenal away kit from a few years back?

 
  1. fsc

Nice. Nike and Umbro are making some very nice kits this year. Come to think of it, Adidas and even Puma aren't that bad too.

 
  1. Robert Halford

The first one does look like that Arsenal one from a few years back, and I think it's a great shirt. Is just me or do the logos seem to be too low down on the hooped one and the shorts matched with the wrong kits?

 
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