Here are the new Dunfermline strips 2017/18, DAFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Scottish Championship season. Made by Joma, the new Pars kits were officially unveiled on June 26, 2017 by the club. They earned promotion from League One at the end of the 2015/16 season and did quite well for their first season in the Championship, finishing 5th, just four behind Morton, who took the final playoff spot.
The home kit takes inspiration from Dunfermline’s 1968 Scottish Cup triumph over Hearts Continue reading
This is the new St.Mirren kit 2017/18, Scottish Championship outfit Saint Mirren FC’s new home top for the upcoming league season. The Buddies have a new uniform partner this season in the form of Joma, who replace Carbrini, and the Spanish manufacturer’s first creation for the Paisley was officially revealed on June 23, 2017.
St.Mirren finished 7th in the Scottish Championship last season, thirteen points off a spot in the playoffs.
The club also have a new principal shirt sponsor in the form of Skyview Capital, with the California based private equity firm’s logo appearing on the front of the jersey. The shirt will be paired with predominantly black shorts and black shorts with white detailing.
These are the new Swansea City kits 2017/18, Swansea’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Joma, the new Swansea shirts were officially unveiled on 19 June, 2017. The club have two different sponsors this season, with Asia focused gaming firm LeTou replacing Beteast on the front of the jersey and American IT company Barracuda Networks coming on board to become the club’s first ever sleeve sponsor.
LeTou’s official account had a single follower on Twitter when the news of the Swans sponsorship broke (currently, it is close to 200).
Somewhat controversially, they were also the company ex Spurs medio Paulinho was promoting (when news broke in April this year that he could be deported from China)
The Premier League are allowing sleeve sponsorships beginning the 17/18 season, and the Swans join the likes of Man City, Watford and Stoke in the list of clubs to have revealed their official sleeve sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new St.Johnstone strip 2016/17, Perth St Johnstone’s new home top for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Joma, the new St Johnstone home shirt was officially unveiled on July 7, 2016. The Saints finished fourth in the Scottish Premiership in 2015/16 behind Celtic, Aberdeen and Hearts Continue reading
These are the new Exeter City shirts 2016/17, Exeter’s new home and away strips for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Joma, the new shirts were officially launched by the club on June 28, 2016. Continue reading
This is the new Partick Thistle home kit 2016/17, PTFC’s new strip for the upcoming Ladbrokes Premiership season. Made by Joma, the new Thistle top was officially unveiled on 23 June, 2016. Continue reading
These are the new Swansea City kits 2016/17, Swansea’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Premier League season. The new kits, officially unveiled on June 3, 2016 are the first for the Welsh club from Spanish firm Joma, who have inked a deal to replace Adidas as kit partners beginning the 16/17 season. Swansea will the only Premier League club to wear Joma in 2016/17.
The uniforms also have a new principal sponsor in the form of BETEAST Continue reading
Swansea City have announced that Spanish company Joma will supply kits for the club beginning the 2016/17 Premier League season. The Swans will be the only top flight club sporting Joma, and it brings to an end their five year association with Adidas.
Swansea are the second major PL club to leave Adidas at the end of 2015/16, with Southampton also parting ways with the German giants to join Under Armour. Continue reading