The new Chesterfield FC Home and Away shirts by Puma have been revealed. A home kit featuring the traditional blue and white colours has been joined by a white and green away kit.

The kits are once again manufactured by German sportswear brand Puma with the logo of Technique Learning Solutions on the front and the Leengate Valves logo on the back.

Patrick is a Belgian football apparel brand which, when mentioned, evokes memories of various eras. This catalogue from 1983 is more or less peak Patrick.

Featuring colour variations to the famous two-stripe boots - colour variations to the stripes only, of course - the pages also include a wonderful Hayes manual-styled diagram of said boots’ technological makeup, with a key in French and Dutch. Something for a feature wall in a dream home?

Dunfermline Athletic FC revealed the new Away kit for the 2020–21 Scottish Championship season.

The red and black away kit has white details and is once again produced by Joma and proudly carry shirt sponsor SRJ Windows.

Club Atlético Colón - known as Colón de Santa Fe - have released a 115th anniversary shirt.

In the Argentine club’s iconic red and black halves, the long-sleeved shirt dispenses with modern stylings, including manufacturer Kelme’s logo appearing in an unobtrusive “tonal” style. Instead, there is a retro lace-up collar, nodding to the initial design worn after the formation of the club on 5th May 1905.

Umbro and Fluminense, one of the partnerships that have generated the most anxiety since last year, presented their new Away kit for the 2020 season.

The new Away kit is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the first national title of Flu, in 1970.

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Umbro and Fluminense, one of the partnerships that have generated the most anxiety since last year, presented their new Home kit for the 2020 season, which is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the first national title of Flu, in 1970.

The home shirt, in the traditional green, maroon and white colours, features the classic stripes with a sublimated pattern on the front and back.

We recently featured a Liverpool FC kit history provided by Turkish graphic designer and sportswear designer Emre Gultekin, and below you’ll find him moving his sights onto his country's national team.

Turkey, for most of their existence, have had one of the most recognisable examples of “colours” in international football. Much like Brazil and Argentina, amongst others, the historical combination has been simple but specific to the team. It has, however, gone through periods of variation.

When you think of brown on football kits, what comes to mind? FC St. Pauli? Italy, perhaps? Special lederhosen-styled German club kits? Coventry City? Coventry City.

The Sky Blues became known for a slightly different coloration in the late 1970s, as that decade rubbed off on the club in certain matches away from Highfield Road. Admiral’s tramlines would be seen on plenty of kits, but this example focussed on by John Devlin was one of the most shocking, and now appears in plenty of “Worst Kits Ever” lists.

Liverpool FC have released a blackout retro football shirt inspired by their iconic kit worn in their comeback against AC Milan during the 2005 Champions League final.

Featuring 'European Champions Istanbul 2005' embroidered, LFC crest and black textured Carlsberg sponsor, the Istanbul ’05 limited-edition blackout jersey is part of an exclusive, LFC Retro Collection.

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