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These are the new Zimbabe Home and Away shirts by Umbro.

The Zimbabwean FA recently announced a deal with the British kit manufacturer and two new kits have been delivered to be worn in 2014.

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The Away shirt is white with green and yellow trim and the Home yellow with green and white.  The shirts can be worn with a combination of white, yellow or green shorts and socks.

 

 

 

 

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MartinLeRoy
+27

MartinLeRoy

Umbro very much still exist and are plotting a comeback after being shafted by Nike. Some big teams will sign up to them in the next couple of seasons. Looking forward to seeing them return properly.
Guest
+6

Guest

Not horrible, but not very exciting. To be honest, if I see the Umbro logo on it, I'm gonna like it. My favorite is still the Nacional de Uruguay kit, as well as when Umbro were making the West Bromwich Albion kits.
Guest
+6

Guest

Umbro were always my favourite kit design so I was a bit upset when they stopped making kits. I hope they come back soon, and at least they're showing small gimpses of being around.

Kit itself is a bit bland but the yellow one looks brilliant, with a squad number central to the shirt I think this is a great kit.

Nice to see an African team with a non Puma kit too
Guest
+9

Guest

How ignorant and west-world-centered are the readers of this site? "No teams still use umbro".. Ever heard of Santos from Brazil? Liga de Quito? Nacional de Montevideo? Cruz Azul? It's the area from where you get your best players for your little clubs lol.
Not to mention a bunch more.. (or countries like Canada, Ireland, Norway, Peru) At least atletic bilbao ring a bell? Sheesh.. open your world span..
Guest
+1

Guest

Quoting Suno7:
How ignorant and west-world-centered are the readers of this site? "No teams still use umbro".. Ever heard of Santos from Brazil? Liga de Quito? Nacional de Montevideo? Cruz Azul? It's the area from where you get your best players for your little clubs lol.
Not to mention a bunch more.. (or countries like Canada, Ireland, Norway, Peru) At least atletic bilbao ring a bell? Sheesh.. open your world span..


And of course the Botswana national team.
Guest
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Guest

Umbro actually belongs to an American company called Iconix Brand Group. They licence a lot of their brands out to department stores and clothing stores.

The brand will probably be revived in a bigger sense in the near future.

Nike made a mess of Umbro but again, I'm pretty sure they just wanted the bigger Umbro teams to wear Nike.

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