Eight lovingly crafted questions; some are easy, some are tough - but all of them are about Premier League kits.
First in a series of kit-based videos by: Look What it Means to Him
Gareth Bale is the latest man to take a retrospective look at his life and career inside our 'changing room.' The Wales and Real Madrid star talks growing up in Cardiff and his rise to stardom at Southampton and Spurs. He also reveals his motivation behind scoring that incredible goal in the Champions League Final.
England legend Gary Lineker is the next man to step into the BT Sport changing room. The frontman on BT Sport's Champions League coverage talks about his days growing up in Leicester, from his switch to Barcelona and glory days for England. He has some stories to tell about Paul Gascoigne as well...
Chelsea legend Gianfranco Zola is the next man to step into the BT Sport 'changing room' and talk through the shirts which have defined his career and passion for football.
RIo Ferdinand is first to step into BT Sport's 'changing room' and describe his passion for football via the shirts which have defined his life
Joma was founded in 1965 to produce shoes for general use. In 1968, the company began to specialize in sport shoes production and distribution. After a relative success, Joma decided to enter into football market, obtaining a great success and becoming the leader in its country, consequently also with international success.
Eventually, Joma Sport had opened offices in the United States, Europe and Asia being currently present in over 70 countries throughout the world.
With 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia coming up next year, the new home kit was prepared to get Japan’s players ready for the contests of the World’s highest level. The base colour is “KACHI-IRO”, meaning the colour Spirit of Victory in Japanese, dark indigo colour, which is one of Japan’s traditionally-favoured colours.