Classic Football Shirts

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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.

Historical giants of French football AS Saint-Étienne have released a limited edition Loïc Perrin tribute shirt.

The new design is in green and has stylings, particularly in the French Tricolore-coloured chevron, which reference “Capi”’s final appearance for Les Verts - the 2020 French Cup Final.

Norwich City FC revealed its new crest which will be used across all club branding from June 2022.

Together with industry-leading agency SomeOne, whose work includes similar projects at Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers, the club has created a modernised, evolved crest which will ensure consistency across all digital, print and physical branding.

This is the new Esporte Clube Bahia “Raiz de Todo Bem” - the root of all good - shirt.

The 2021 in-house design - subtly branded as an “Esquadrão” product - sees the Brazilian side’s usual white being embellished with grey patterning on a product released in line with the Consciência Negra (Black Awareness) day.

This special 'limited edition' jersey, made by Macron, celebrates 90 years of history of the San Marino Football Federation.

A unique jersey from the colours used, taken from the first historical flag of San Marino (from 1465 to 1797) to the graphic details that refer to the national identity.

The result of the 225th stage of the Kit of the Week challenge (KOTW 225) is one of the least surprising there was in some time.

While the voting was far from unanimous, and there were several sublime entries, Sithuraloms shirt design for Brazilian side Sampaio Corrêa is a masterpiece, and they’re truly deserving of their victory.

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Umbro have quite the pedigree in football kit design - they have been around for very close to a century - and way back in 1969, the year of these catalogue pages, they were a dominating force.

Even something as simple as their “Blue ‘C’ Nylon” sock range excites - they did, after all, have a “l-o-n-g wear guarantee” - but the “Denis Law umbroset for boys” is another level.