Nicknamed 'The Tykes', Barnsley Football Club wear red home shirts with white trim and are manufactured by Nike who have produced their kits for over three seasons and in previous years they have had Lotto, Surridge, Jako, Koala, Red Flag and Admiral. Barnsley hold the record for the most number of seasons spent at the second level of English football than any other team.
Nicknamed the Tykes, Barnsley are a football team based in South Yorkshire, they were formed in 1892. Barnsley play at the 23,009 Oakwell Stadium and for their home games they wear red shirts, white shorts & red socks. The away kit is a light blue shirt with dark blue sleeves, dark blue shorts & socks.
Newly promoted Championship side Barnsley follow-up their home shirt release by unveiling an all-new away strip. After already showing excited fans their home look for the upcoming 2016/17 season, Puma and Barnsley now flaunt the away shirt which such fans and players will pull on whilst on their [...]
League One play-off finalists Barnsley unveil their home shirt of which they hope to wear in the Championship within the 2016/17 season. With the team's highly anticipated League One play-off final against Millwall fast approaching, Barnsley have given their loyal fans a look at what could either [...]
On the back of their 2015-16 home kit release, League One side Barnsley have officially revealed their new away kit for next season. Using the same kit template as their new home shirt, the new away shirt is black and uses additional white trim on the v-neck collar, shoulder stripe, branding, spo [...]
League One side Barnsley have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
Having launched their new home kit at the end of June, League One side Barnsley have officially revealed their new away kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Avec, the new away uses a similar kit template seen on the home shirt boasting a yellow base with black sleeves [...]
Barnsley's greatest times were early on, reaching their first FA Cup final in 1910 losing to Newcastle United and but winning the cup in 1912, beating West Brom. Reaching the Premiership in 1997 was also a massive achievement, an unsuitable one though and Barnsley were relegated after just one season.
Barnsley have worn a red home shirt for over a century where it was first seen in the late 19th century and before that they used a blue and white shirt as well as a brown and white shirt.