Birmingham City revealed their new, limited edition third kit to be worn during the current Sky Bet championship season.

Designed by Nike, this statement piece jersey catches the eye courtesy of an all-over patterned front print composed of Safety Orange and Noble Green.

The shirt - following supporter feedback - is embellished with tonal woven badge, embroidered onto the shirt meaning that wherever Bluenoses go the badge of the Second City is stitched into everything they do.

This sits side-by-side with the iconic Nike swoosh, as two of the game’s most recognisable logos continue to stand out from the rest.

Signed off with an overlap ‘V-neck’ collar for style and comfort, the distinctive design is again a special make up composition unique to Blues, meaning no other Club in the UK will boast this particular design.

Made with the latest Dri-FIT technology and 100% polyester product, it also features a black side seam elasticated panel for an enhanced comfortable fitted look.

And, as part of Nike’s Move to Zero Initiative, the kit is made with at least 75% recycled fibres, which reduces waste and carbon footprint.

View the: Birmingham City 2021-22 Home Kit

View the: Birmingham City 2021-22 Away Kit

 


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Matt
 · 2 days ago
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Excuse me? What just happened? Nike not holding back again against tradition. It'll either blow your mind or put you off extreme kit design for life.
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Anon and on and on
 · 7 days ago
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Go away Nike. Seriously just go and get lost.
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Brian
 · 7 days ago
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Designed to appeal to the 12 year olds with short attention span.
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FREDERIC
 · 7 days ago
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Everyone to their own and all that, but this is hideous. For the team that in the seventies gave us the classic blue shirt with white broad stripe, this is a fitting contender for the all-time Hall of Shame. It is indeed ugly and jarring.
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Jc
 · 8 days ago
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It’s definitely different
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Socrates
 · 8 days ago
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That is dreadful, and no doubt will end up in future lists of the worst kits of all time.
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K
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damanz
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