In order to avoid a colour clash when on the road, The Tigers have been known to mix and match elements of both home and away kits. Sometimes though, City kitmen have displayed a tragic lack of foresight and failed to take sufficiently distinguishable apparel, forcing the club to borrow pieces of kit from an […]
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Despite wearing amber socks for the visit of pink clad Bradford in pre-season, City have maintained a uniform look at home throughout the 2011/12 campaign, as you’d expect. Away from home though, The Tigers have worn three combinations of kit to distinguish themselves from the home side. The Argentina blue adidas away shirt has, so […]
The amber shorts and socks set are sure in vogue at the moment. Following their first use together with the home kit at Derby on Saturday, the Reserves used the same combination v. Gateshead Reserves on Monday night for a 4-1 win at the Gateshead International Stadium. Picture from Gateshead’s OWS.
The Tigers today revealed an amber alternate shorts set in the 2-0 win at Pride Park, pairing them and amber socks with the home shirt. It was a smart move by kitman John Eyre, as the Argentina blue away shirt doesn’t really provide adequate contrast with the white shirts of Derby County. The amber socks […]
Most people think of 3rd kits as a fairly recent innovation, a Premier League era concept intended to generate cash from sales of replica shirts, but The Tigers made use of a 3rd kit way back in 1971. For much of early 1970s, City wore a traditional all white away kit when the amber shirts, black shorts […]
Familiar faces appearing on Bradford City’s 2012 calendar should come as no surprise, given that ex-Tigers Craig Fagan, Jamie Devitt and Matt Duke are all currently plying their trade at Valley Parade, but Dele Adebola in a City kit? Shurely shome mishtake? The Adebola picture was taken during a Bradford game at least, the late […]
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, commenting at the height of this week’s manufactured outrage regarding poppies on the England shirts used the word ‘tradition’, as if a poppy appliqué has always enhanced the national team’s garb in games played close to Remembrance Sunday. While the wearing of remembrance poppies to commemorate lost servicemen dates back to 1920 (and contrary to […]