Fantasy football shirt designs

It's always interesting to see what people come up with if they design a football shirt without any rules or restrictions. Just pick the colours you want, sponsor you would like to see on your shirt and brand that you think will fit the shirt.. mix it up a little.. and you get a fantasy shirt.

Well, here you find an interesting collection of fantasy football shirt designs made by Marshall from England, another "football manager" kit designer. See anything you like..?

Werder Bremen changed their club logo by a Christmas tree in the match agains

Werder Bremen changed the shape of their club logo into a Christmas tree in the match against Leverkusen. Although they may have had Christmas trees on their shirts yesterday, Werder Bremen were anything but in the giving mood on the final Bundesliga match-day of 2007.

The Green-Whites put on an electrifying display to beat Bayer 04 Leverkusen 5:2 at the Weser Stadium

MATCH WORN EIRE DON GIVENS SHIRT 1980 V ARGENTINA - SWAP WITH KEMPES

Up for auction : MATCH WORN DON GIVENS EIRE SHIRT V ARGENTINA 1980

The seller added the following : MATCH WORN EIRE DON GIVENS SHIRT. 1980 V ARGENTINA - SWAP WITH KEMPES COA FROM GMMI GROUP

MATCH WORN / ISSUED JIMMY HASSELBAINK LEEDS SHIRT - VERY RARE AS IT HAS JIMMY ON THE BACK OF THE SHIRT - HASSELBAINK WORE JIMMY ON HIS SHIRT FOR FIRST LEAGUE APPEARANCE - THIS WAS STOPPED BY FA - THIS SHIRT WAS PREPARED FOR HIS FIRST AWAY GAME.

Up for auction : RARE MATCH ISSUED / WORN HASSELBAINK LEEDS UNITED SHIRT

The seller added the following : MATCH WORN / ISSUED JIMMY HASSELBAINK LEEDS SHIRT - VERY RARE AS IT HAS JIMMY ON THE BACK OF THE SHIRT - HASSELBAINK WORE JIMMY ON HIS SHIRT FOR FIRST LEAGUE APPEARANCE - THIS WAS STOPPED BY FA - THIS SHIRT WAS PREPARED FOR HIS FIRST AWAY GAME. SHIRT WAS FOR THE 97/98 PREMIERSHIP SEASON

1970'S MATCH WORN / ISSUED SAUDI ARABIA SHIRT

Up for auction : 1970'S MATCH WORN / ISSUED SAUDI ARABIA SHIRT

The seller added the following : MATCH WORN / ISSUED SAUDI NUMBER THREE SHIRT FROM LATE SEVENTIES. CLASSIC ADMIRAL STYLE OF THE LATE SEVENTIES I AM A MAD COLLECTOR OF LEEDS AND ENGLAND MATCH WORN SHIRTS, AND I WANT TO EXPAND MY COLLECTION!!! ESPECIALLY PRE 1990, AND WOULD BE INTERESTED IN ANY SWAP PROPOSALS

As well as reproducing extracts from the TRUE COLOURS books, his new site will also feature exlusive articles about the fascinating world of football shirts history along with all the news of the all the latest kits as they are released. Plus you can find out more about the author and illustrator of the books, John Devlin and what’s next in the True Colours series.

True colours doesn't need an introduction, everyone who knows his shirts, knows the excellent work of John Devlin in the form of 2 books called True Colours. He did have a website for years but now it's totally renewed and interactive. available here at: truecoloursfootballkits.com

As well as reproducing extracts from the TRUE COLOURS books, his new site will also feature exlusive articles about the fascinating world of football shirts history along with all the news of the all the latest kits as they are released. Plus you can find out more about the author and illustrator of the books, John Devlin and what’s next in the True Colours series.

By James BaileyThe gold outline upon the chocolate, symbolising and cherishing the past golden days and optimistic of Spurs’ hunt for success in the next season

The start of the 2006/2007 season and as a diehard Spurs fan I queue up in the Spurs Megastore ahead of the preseason friendly versus Inter Milan. In my hand, among other THFC patented merchandise, is folded my chosen shirt for the upcoming season.

Not the white home kit, not even the blue away but my daring decision is to chose the "chocolate" coloured 3rd choice shirt- the limited edition top. It was the release day of this, apparently scarce, Puma/Mansion shirt. The gold outline upon the chocolate, symbolising and cherishing the past golden days and optimistic of Spurs’ hunt for success in the next season.

That feeling inside of buying a brand new shirt is one of magic but the sensation is even stronger when it is the first day on sale. After splashing out a mammoth £40, which as a football fan you often have to explain to others that it is worth the astronomical price, I placed the top over my head. Walking into the "home of football" I felt proud to be wearing my shirt.

That sentiment only lasted approximately 3 weeks. After a few washes my ultra-rare shirt died. Not only did the Puma logo rapidly wear off but similarly following was the treasured cockerel emblem. Today my shirt sits among my other aged football memorabilia, now just known as the "Mansion Shirt" as that logo is the only printing remaining upon the chocolate background.

NEWCASTLE UNITED 95-96

 By Chris Simpson

Seeing this fantastic Adidas shirt again in LeoJuniors classic list conjured up some great flashbacks. The first time I saw this (along with many others I guess) was when the transfer record was smashed and Alan Shearer was unveiled to the Geordie masses.

I remember the Grandad collar being a big leap away from the designs of the time and the material was something altogether different as well. For me, this is quite simply one of the best football tops ever made. Clean lines with straight forward, no-nonsense colours finished off nicely with the partnership of the 'Nookie Brown' sponsors of the time.

Nobody who follows the game can surely forget the side that Kevin Keegan took within touching distance of winning the league in this kit, Les Ferdinand, Phillipe Albert, Rob Lee, David Ginola et al.

Hammering Manchester United 5-0 in the pouring rain is one game which really stands out in the memory whenever I see this shirt. Even the lettering & numbers were really good on this shirt in the days before all Premier League sides had to conform to the standard issue. Quite simply - A classic. I have to agree.

at a press conference held in the Landmark Hall in Yokohama, adidas and Kaká proudly presented the new adidas football line to the public: adiPURE.

At a press conference held in the Landmark Hall in Yokohama, adidas and Kaká proudly presented the new adidas football line to the public: adiPURE. Kaká, star player of AC Milan and Brazilian national team player, received his new, extremely classic and highly elegant black & white football boots.

Kaká opened a black marble shoe box made especially for him and unveiled his new handcrafted adiPURE football boots.

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