Middlesbrough Shirts

Middlesbrough Shirts

Middlesbrough Shirts

Middlesbrough currently play in the Championship where they last played in the Premier League in the 2008-09 season. Nicknamed 'Boro', Middlesbrough wear an all red kit with white trim and is manufactured by adidas who have produced their shirts for four seasons and are sponsored by Ramsdens. Boro's away shirts is blue with white trim.

Middlesbrough also known by the nickname of Boro play their home games in shirts which are red with a white band around the middle.

Premier League newcomers Middlesbrough unveil their all-new home and away shirts for the pinnacle of English football. After finishing in second place and automatically promoted into the prestigious Premier League, having a superior goal difference to third placed Brighton & Hove Albion, Middlesb [...]

Newly promoted Middlesbrough will flaunt an adidas manufactured kit range for the upcoming 2016/17 Premier League campaign. Finishing the Championship season in second place after a highly impressive campaign, the North East club of Middlesbrough will join counterparts Sunderland in the Premier L [...]

As the current Premier League season comes to an end, numerous clubs have already or are set to showcase their all-new shirts for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign to give fans a look towards their team's future [...]

Middlesbrough football club were formed in 1876 by members of Middlesbrough Cricket Club, this was a common practice at the time as football was seen as a game to be played in crickets off-season. Middlesbrough FC turned professional in 1889, returned to amateur status in 1892 then became professional for good in 1899. Boro play their home games at The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, Cleveland.

There are an interesting mix of famous Boro fans with names such as; Bob Mortimer the Comedian & Actor, Chris Kamara a Sky Sports commentator, Chris Rea the Musician, David Shayler a Former MI5 spy, Jet the Former star of Gladiators and Derek Thomson a Channel 4 Racing presenter.

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