Here are the kits that have been released so far for the 2013-14 Championship season, we have also included the credible leaks of shirts for teams where we have them, this information and page will be updated as new kits are released and new leaks emerge, so check back for the latest updates.
Barnsley – Barnsley narrowly avoided relegation last season after coming 21st and their home and away shirts are supplied by Nike. The home kit is sponsored by C.K. Beckett(front) and Hayselden(back) and it boasts their trademark red colour scheme. The away kit is sky blue with a white right sleeve and vertical sash on the front. Barnsley hold the record for the most number of seasons in the Championship.
Birmingham City – Supplied by Diadora the home shirt boasts a thick white stripe in the middle with the iconic royal blue on the sleeves and shoulders while the away shirt is highlighted yellow with navy blue trim. Both shirts are sponsored by Nicolites.
Blackburn Rovers – The Rovers officially switched to Nike from Umbro for this season and their home shirt boasts the traditional blue and white halved design much like Turkish side Galatasaray’s home shirt. The away shirt boasts a red base with white trim and it is the same template as Barnsley’s away kit.
Blackpool – Supplied by new kit suppliers Errea the Blackpool home shirt boasts the traditional tangerine colour with white trim while the away shirt has a white base with a tangerine sash across the front. Errea also produce Brighton & Hove Albion’s kits.
Bolton Wanderers – With a new club crest the Bolton Wanderers home and away shirts are produced by German brand adidas. The home shirt is white with blue and red trim and it is the same template as Premier League sides Hull City and Sunderland’s away template. The away shirt is a highlighted orange/red colour with navy blue trim.
Bournemouth – Newly promoted side AFC Bournemouth launched their home and away shirts with a new club crest. Its is the second time the club have played in the Championship and their home shirt boasts a traditional red and black striped design while the away shirt is black and the third shirt is white with a red and black sash across the front.
Brighton & Hove Albion – Manufactured by Italian brand Errea the home shirt boasts the traditional blue and white striped design while the away shirt is yellow with navy pinstripes. Both shirts will be sponsored by the shirt sponsor American express.
Burnley – Burnley’s home and away shirts are supplied by Puma and the home shirt boasts the traditional claret and blue colours while the away shirt is white with claret shorts. The club’s shirt sponsor Premier Range is located in the middle of the shirts.
Charlton Athletic – Supplied by Nike the Charlton Athletic home shirt was first unveiled by new signing Mark Gower and Under-21 captain Bradley Jordan. The shirt sponsor is Andrews Air Conditioning and the home shirt features a red base with white trim while the away shirt is the same template but with a white base with black trim.
Derby County – The team who finished 10th last season unveiled their home and away kits which marked the club’s second year with kit supplier Kappa. The home shirt boasts the classic white colour with black trim while the away shirt is maroon with black and white trim. Both shirts are sponsored by buymobiles.net.
Doncaster Rovers – Supplied by Avec who are a division of Just Sport the club;s new home shirt features the traditional red and white hooped design. The newly promoted side’s away shirt is the same template as the home shirt but with blue and black hoops.
Huddersfield Town – Huddersfield Town will be commemorating their 100th anniversary wearing blue and white striped home shirts which was firsts seen for the 1913-14 season and the away shirt being black and red.
Ipswich Town – Produced by Mitre the home shirt boasts the traditional blue and white home colours while the away shirt features a red base with black and white trim. The Marcus Evans shirt sponsor is featured on the middle of both the home and away shirts.
Leeds United – Macron unveiled the Leeds United home shirt in late April with the away and third shirts being revealed several weeks later. All three shirts are sponsored by Enterprise Insurance with the away shirt being gold and black and the third shirt is blue.
Leicester City – The Foxes home and away shirts are supplied by German brand Puma and they both are sponsored by King Power. The home shirt boasts a traditional blue design while the away shirt is the same template as the home but in a grey colour scheme.
Middlesbrough – Boro’s home and away shirts are yet again supplied by adidas and the home shirt is red and white and the design is the similar to several Premier League shirts such as Stoke City’s away shirt. The away shirt is striped blue and black like the template on Stoke City’s home shirt.
Millwall – Supplied by Macron the home and away shirts were unveiled in late June. The club announced that the national charity Prostate Cancer UK will be its main sponsor for the upcoming season. The home shirt boasts a trademark navy blue colour scheme with the away kit being white.
Nottingham Forest – Nottingham Forest revealed their home shirt by German brand adidas in early July. The club announced that they had signed a new shirt deal with kits suppliers adidas. The home shirt is all red with white trim and the away shirt is yet to be unveiled by the club.
Queens Park Rangers – Relegated from the Premier League last season QPR will look to bounce back on their first attempt and their home, away and third shirts are manufactured by Italian brand Lotto. The three shirts all feature hoops with the home shirt being blue and white, the away being red and black and the third is green and yellow.
Reading – Also relegated from the Premier League last season Reading’s home shirt boasts thinner blue and white hoops and the away kit is black with red hoops. Supplied by Puma the club’s home and away shirts are sponsored by Waitrose.
Watford – Watford reached the play-offs final last season and they will look to do the same this year. Supplied by Puma the home shirt features a yellow colour scheme with black trim while the away shirt is maroon with white trim. The club’s shirt sponsor is 138.com.
Wigan Athletic – The first ever club to be relegated and win the FA Cup, Wigan Athletic’s home shirt boasts the classic white and blue stripes while the away shirt is black with gold detailing. Both shirts are sponsored by 12Bet.
Yeovil Town – Yeovil Town were promoted from League One last season and their home shirt is supplied by Sondico and it features green and white hoops with the shirt sponsor being W+S National Recycling Services.
Posted on August 02, 2013