Football Shirt Culture

Look forward to a brighter future with the Nike Limited Edition Yakar Shirt, a special edition jersey created to highlight the power of football and give hope to schoolchildren in Senegal.

The Yakar Project aims to improve the daily lives of children by helping them engage with sport. Fifty percent of the profits from this shirt will be donated to the ADE School in Thiaroye, an underprivileged suburb of Dakar, going towards the funding of a new, dedicated football pitch for the school’s pupils.

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This is the new Puma Olympique de Marseille “OM x Africa - Blanc/Orange/Vert” shirt.

This version of the collectors’ edition shirt released to celebrate Africa Week - acclaiming Africa’s influence amongst the club and fanbase and l’OM’s programmes on the Mother Continent - is patterned in white, orange and green as a specific nod to the palette of Côte d’Ivoire (known in the English-speaking world as “[the] Ivory Coast”).

One of a set of three, this is the collectors’ edition OM x Africa “Jaune/Vert” (yellow/green) Senegal shirt.

This version celebrating the club’s historic ties with Senegal through personnel at l’OM as well as the fanbase, the Puma camo design has been released as part of the “Africa Week” celebrations. The patterning is overlaid with the Puma logos and club crest in black - tying in with the minimalist neck - and a special patch on the sleeve.

l’Olympique de Marseille have released a new Puma collectors’ edition “OM x Africa” shirt in “Noir/Vert/Rouge” ().

The new shirt has been released to celebrate Africa’s influence in both the club - from the hierarchy to the playing staff - and the fanbase. This version - one of three - is in the colours of Morocco, which as a country and people has particular ties with the club and city.

From Kit and Bone’s “North Pole Premier League” range, this is their Snowman City 20/21 football shirt.

Is it Frosty the Snowman? Or, as the crest and sponsor imply, Raymond Briggs’ The Snowman? Both? Or - perhaps crucially - neither? Regardless, we need a little cheer this year and this colourful, Christmas-styled number - that mildly suggests the 2014-15 Manchester City Away - delivers it with a bow attached (NB: no bow attached).

The name Rudolf has significant ties to football via Herr Dassler’s Puma, so it’s fitting to see it make a couple of appearances on this Kit and Bone release.

That said, so does “Adolf” thanks to adidas. Fortunately, it’s unlikely to be similarly celebrated by football’s self-styled “Unofficial Partner”. No, Kit and Bone are paying tribute here to the legendary red-nosed reindeer as part of their special “North Pole Premier League” football shirt range.

Christmas is virtually upon us. For many, a Christmas like no other, but the football kit world is providing things like this to cheer us.

Kit and Bone essentially produce alternative football shirts and this F[ather]C[hristmas]F[ootball]C[lub] design has the hallmarks of an elite release but slavered with Yuletide trimmings - the North Pole competition patches and “SLEIGH NAVTECH” sponsorship branding nice touches.

To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Unisport revealed three exclusive football shirts, ​designed for fans and football lovers.

This classic timeless design​ celebrates 25 years of football​ in Copenhagen. The limited-edition black shirt is detailed with the perfect balance of gold. the adidas’ logo is featured on the middle of the chest and Unisport's anniversary badge just below​.

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To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Unisport revealed three exclusive football shirts, ​designed for fans and football lovers.

This limited edition shirt is designed in Unisports signature colour of dark green. The shirt is inspired by the growing relationship between streetwear and football, and connects football fans on and off the pitch​.

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