Leyton Orient 2011/12 Home and Away Kits

Leyton Orient, known popularly as The O’s, currently play in League one which is the third level in the English league system behind the Premier League and the Championship. In the 2010/11 season, the O’s ranked 7th in the table with 70 points out of 46 matches (19 wins and 13 draws). Just one point separated the club from a place in the qualification Play-offs. Their biggest success was back in the 1977/78 season when they reached the semi-final of the prestigious FA Cup.

The club has unveiled the new home and away strips to be used in the 2011/12 nPower League One season. The O’s kits are manufactured by German sportswear company Puma, and online gaming firm PartyGaming sponsors the shirts. The same template was used by Puma for both the home and away shirts. The template features a long collar and two stripes on each shoulder. The main colour of the home shirt is Chinese Red, and the collar, Puma stripes and sleeve hems are white. PartyPoker is the logo appearing on the home shirt, whereas PartyCasino, another branch of PartyGaming, sponsors the away shirt. The away shirt has a royal blue base colour with a yellow collar, yellow stripes and yellow sleeve hems. The logo of Puma on the away shirt is white, and the club crest is also white for the first time. Pre-orders before the 1st July get the shirt for £30 as opposed to the normal £40 selling price.

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  1. On the thread for the for the Dundee kit, I said I would be bored of this template by July – I’m two months ahead of schedule.

  2. You know whats bull, I saw the shirt for another team and they said the 2 stripes where a tribute to cruyff who tore a stripe from his world cup shirt as a show of loyalty to puma. Sounded like a nice personal touch.

    Turns out its a basic template.

  3. Would look better without the stripes, the ones where they’re only on one side look better.

    Still very nice though. I seem to be one of the few people oh here that actually like this template. Aside from being over-used, I think it’s really good.

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