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Why do we like football kits?

Because of the colours, perhaps. Without colour, you can't easily tell one team from another. Maybe it's the sense of history and tradition. Supporters expect their team to look much the same on the pitch as they always have.

It could also be the sheer range of designs that change from year to year by any number of different suppliers. A moveable feast of creativity and flair.

Whatever the reason, football kit design is something worth celebrating. Kitbliss is a tribute to football kits, their history and their diversity.

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Latest updates

  • 26 nov2021
    Agreeably vague
    Costa Rica's new badge looks nice enough, but appears to lack enough detail to retain any interest...
  • 24 nov2021
    A word on the bird...
    Norwich City have redesigned their club badge, and Kitbliss is on hand to discuss just how good it is.
  • 22 nov2021
    Kitbliss Podcast 35 - out now
    Listen to our latest podcast in which John Devlin discusses his second book, True Colours 2.
  • 11 nov2021
    Manchester City in Data
    Kit supplier and sponsor information now added to the Data section.
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  • 10 oct2021
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