Portadown 2013/14 Uhlsport Home, Away And Goalkeeper Kits

Portadown 2013/14 Uhlsport Home, Away And Goalkeeper Kits

Portadown 2013/14 Uhlsport Home, Away And Goalkeeper Kits

Portadown is a Northern Irish football club participating in the NIFL Premiership, the top tier of Northern Irish football. The team plays home games at Shamrock Park which has a seated capacity of 2,740. The team finished 7th out of 12 clubs in the NIFL Premiership during 2012/13, obtaining points from 15 wins and 10 draws out of the 38 matches played. Portadown have won the Irish league 4 times in their history with the latest triumph coming in 2001/02.


The club has launched the new home, away and goalkeeper kits for the 2013/14 campaign. The kits are manufactured by Uhlsport and sponsored by MET Steel. The secondary sponsor is Hunky Dorys and the sponsor logo appears on the top part of the back. The home shirt has a red base colour with a white horizontal stripe going across the chest down to the right sleeve. The collar has a white edge and a red central triangular patch. The home shirt is complemented by red shorts and white socks. The away kit uses the same Uhlsport template. The main colour of the shirt is navy blue. The edge of the collar and the chest stripe are red. The away shirt is complemented by navy blue shorts and socks. A grey and black goalkeeper shirt was also unveiled, as can be seen in the picture above.

Posted on July 06, 2013

Comments on “Portadown 2013/14 Uhlsport Home, Away and Goalkeeper Kits”

  1. Aditoff

    Love to score with the goalie! 🙂

  2. D King

    Met Steel – Shouldn’t they sponsor Millwall.

    OK, suprised Uhlsport aren’t still in English football. They once makde Blackburn’s shirts (and Blackpool, Gillingham, Bristol City etc).

  3. Andy

    Uhlsport should be renamed awful sport. Because that’s what their kits are

  4. Sainty

    @2 – Very good, haha.

  5. Jimmy Bob

    She’s a keeper

  6. Samson

    To be fair, not bad at all.

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