Tuesday, 16 August 2016

The Football Attic Kit Podcast 04 - Euro 92

After a slightly extended break, we're back again to talk more about football kit design - and we have another special guest!

This time, it's 'Gentleman' John Devlin, creator of True Colours volume 1, True Colours volume 2, the True Colours website, but NOT - and we can't emphasise this enough - NOT Cyndi Lauper's 1986 hit song 'True Colours.' He's good, but he's not that good...

On this podcast, we've got the usual round-up of Kit News, not to mention a review of the kits of Euro 92. As ever, though, we have a Kit Off vote where you can choose your favourite from three related football shirts.

The details on how to register your vote can be found below, meantime, we invite you to listen in to the Football Attic Kit Podcast by subscribing to us on iTunes or downloading our podcast here. Enjoy!


This week's theme was 'Forgotten Away Shirts', and the result was as follows:

1st: Shirt A - Tottenham away 1977-80: (44%)
2nd: Shirt B - Everton away 1988-90: (34%)
3rd: Shirt C - Man City third 1998-99: (22%)

Total votes: 143. Thanks to everyone that participated in the Kit Off!


During the Kit News section of this podcast, we referred to a number of new kits. You can find images for them by following these links:


  1. City shirt for me, Spurs looks unfinished while The Toffees always looked like something out of Shindlers List if you get my drift !

    keep up the good work lad's !

  2. Glad to see some love for that Everton shirt - I always liked it!

  3. The Manchester City shirt is only forgotten if you wear Premier LEAGUE blinkers. Even in the lower leagues, the Kappa shirts were very well marketed.

    1. All a matter of scale, Les. You mean you don't know what kits were being worn in the Football Conference in 1998-99?!? ;-)