Classic Football Shirts

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Udinese Calcio and Macron have presented their 125th Anniversary shirt, the third for the 2021-2022 season.

The jersey celebrates the club's history through the historical logos that have characterised the ‘bianconere’ uniforms.

Umbro France has teamed up with one of the countries most exciting artists to create a limited-edition jersey.

The first jersey features original artwork by Jaouad Bentama. Based in New York, Jaouad’s work combines painting and found objects that consistently refer to childhood.

Panini and Lyle & Scott are two brands closely connected with football. With the Italian sticker and merchandise brand celebrating its 60th birthday, the two teamed up to celebrate Panini’s diamond anniversary.

Panini X Lyle & Scott binds a historic clothing brand with a global leader in collectables, celebrating the high-quality products that both are famous for with the iconic spell-out and knight Panini logos, alongside our equally iconic Golden Eagle.

The Costa Rican national side have unveiled a new crest.

The forward-thinking process behind the new design has created an ultra-modern but understated team badge focussed on the nation’s initials.

These are the new Home, Away and Third shirts for AFF and AFC international side Thailand.

All produced by Warrix, the theme that runs through the four releases - navy Home, white ivory Away and both red and green Third - is that of faith and of the “White Kunchornchat" (white elephant).

Macron and Bologna FC 1909 celebrate 20 years of partnership, one of the longest in the Italian and international football scenes.

A relationship that began in 2001 and that for Macron has represented the entry into professional football, a moment that kickstarted the journey that led the Italian brand to its current status as an international leader in teamwear.

Legendary French side AS Saint-Étienne are replacing their crest and have called on fans to vote for one of three options.

Closing at midnight on Sunday 28th November, supporters can choose from a trio of designs which were put together after, first, a consultation phase which boasted the involvement of 12,000, and, subsequently, workshops with a group of 42.

This is the new TSV 1860 München Christmas shirt.

Produced by Nike, the design for the German 3. Liga side is a classic, white, collared affair with golden detailing and an embossed lion low down.

Recently selling for £4000 at auction, this is Dieter Hoeneß’s Mexico ’86 shirt.

An adidas design, as most (West) Germany shirts are, the item was only expected to reach between £500 and £700 but its significance - as a genuine World Cup shirt issued to a player who appeared in the Final - meant it far surpassed that.