One of the most exciting times during the off-season for football fans is the revealing of their club’s new kits.
The revealing can spark mass debates so as the Non=-League clubs gear up for another season, we’ve taken a look at who we think have nailed their 17/18 kit designs. See if you agree.
1. Barrow AFC – Away (Maroon)
Your Kit. Your Colours. Your Club.
On sale tomorrow from 10am in the Club Shop.
£40 Adults / £30 Children pic.twitter.com/gs2esjyChq
— Barrow A.F.C. (@BarrowAFC) June 29, 2017
Barrow AFC have well and truly smashed their kit designs this year. In at number one is their Maroon away kit which looks super smart, I’m sure many supporters from different clubs will be jealous of this design.
2. York City – Home
Coming down tomorrow to get your new Home shirt? From approximately 2.30pm some of the players will be down to meet and greet City fans. pic.twitter.com/dIYv9dp53g
— York City FC (@YorkCityFC) 6 July 2017
York City will be looking mighty fine whenever they play at Bootham Crescent, their home colours of Red, Blue and White work really well and this is one of our favourite kits.
3. Darlington – Away
— Darlington FC (@Official_Darlo) July 4, 2017
Bravo Darlington. We are super impressed with their Maroon away kit, a must buy for their fans this season.
4. Hartlepool United – Away
— BLK Sport UK (@BLKSportUK) 4 July 2017
A controversial away kit for Hartlepool this season, but we like it. Sometimes different can be good and this is one of the times we think it works. Potentially the kit that will divide opinion the most.
5. Nuneaton Town – Home
— Nuneaton Town FC (@Official_NTFC) May 17, 2017
Blue and White is always a great combination and Nuneaton have managed to make the stripes work. The fade works really well, this kit should definitely prove popular with the club’s supporters.
6. Worthing – Away
The different shades of blue on the away strip work in tandem and although their kits may look similar to that of a certain Bayern Munich, match what they do on the pitch and The Mackerels season should go swimmingly.
7 and 8. Torquay United (Away) and Boston United (Away) &
SHOW YOUR COLOURS: United will be wearing their white away kit on Saturday. Snap up yours from club shop today/tomorrow (9.00am to 5.00pm): pic.twitter.com/fcFjcSsSv7
— Boston United (@bostonunited) July 6, 2017
Both of these kicks look great, the simple combination of Grey and White works well. If it wasn’t for so many teams using the combination, the chances are it would be higher up the order.
9. Bath City – Away
— Bath City FC (@BathCity_FC) July 4, 2017
We’re liking our first kit on the list. Bath City haven’t gone too overboard with their new away kit as the Blue and White colour combination works a treat.
Your favourite kit missing off this list?
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