|Footballs most iconic kits on 14:17 - Apr 16 with 613 views||BDS|
Plymouth Argyle kit in the late 60s. Green with a white hoop. In those days keepers always played in green except I suppose when playing against Plymouth. I seem to remember the occasional red or blue Jersey and I believe international keepers could wear yellow.
|Footballs most iconic kits on 15:48 - Apr 16 with 568 views||stevethejack|
"Carl and Rhys: Your comment about football shirts at Glastonbury has got us all teary eyed, Ellie! There's nothing quite like stumbling across someone in a 1994 Swansea City away shirt at 3am in a muddy field. Summer 2021 can't come soon enough!'
|Footballs most iconic kits on 18:47 - Apr 16 with 501 views||Libertarian|
I have one of those Denmark ‘86 tops. (#13)
Absolutely no chance of getting in it these days
|Footballs most iconic kits on 22:42 - Apr 16 with 438 views||TNT|
I've always wanted the red and green striped away Swans shirt of the '70s. Don't think it was available to fans then, nor been since. Birchy, get on the case... long sleeved too, please!
Torquay fans called us 'sticks of rocks', and 'christmas trees', but you should've heard the fkn gulls cry, when The Swans scored number 4!
|Footballs most iconic kits on 23:02 - Apr 16 with 423 views||Pegojack|
If we're talking non Swans kits, I'd say my favourite has to be that iconic Newcastle United shirt, black and white stripes with the big dark blue Newcastle Brown star in the centre of the chest.
|Footballs most iconic kits on 23:08 - Apr 16 with 419 views||builthjack|
That blue away kit from about 11 or 12 years back was too close to the scummers for my liking
|Footballs most iconic kits on 03:24 - Apr 17 with 368 views||Wanderer|
Anything from the 1970 World cup before sports companies started tarting around with the strips.
|Footballs most iconic kits on 07:56 - Apr 17 with 317 views||Kilkennyjack|
Ajax - white with red .... iconic for total football.
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