Classic and Retro Swansea City Football Shirts

Swansea’s kit has been incredibly stable through their 98 year history - white shirts, white shorts and white socks - with very brief ventures in black shorts or socks. The only real anomaly arrived in the sixties when, in common with many clubs keen to shake up tradition a little, orange replaced black as a trim colour. Recent years have also seen red join white and black in Swansea’s colour palette. White shirts were also worn by Swansea’s rugby team around the time of the football club’s formation and it is believed this influenced the team’s choice of kit colour. Swansea’s strips have always been strong and elegant with only occasional lapses into bad taste - the early 1990s spring to mind for example, when in a trademark Matchwinner design, abstract flashes of red and black were plastered over the players’ chests. Red has been the most common Swansea change colour over the seasons although various shades of blue have also been worn, and in recent years black has proved a very effective away colour for the side. The club’s first ever shirt sponsor, Diversified Products (DP) arrived at Vetch Field in 1984 and remained for seven years - still the club’s longest sponsorship deal to date
2010-11 Swansea City Away Shirt *Mint* M

2010-11 Swansea City Away Shirt *Mint* M

£45.00
(Approx $59 / €50)