Gillingham Football Club currently play the fourth tier of English football, League Two where they their highest ever league position was where they won the league in the 1963-54 season. Nicknamed 'The Gills', Gillingham play in red and blue home shirts with white shorts and blue socks which are manufactured by Vandanel who have produced their shirts for over five seasons.
The Gills play in blue and white shirts with red trim for their home games, with red and white with blue trim for away fixtures. They also have a third alternate kit which is white and blue, with red trim. No trophies have been won by players wearing a Gillingham shirt, but Manchester United legend Steve Bruce started his career at the club.
League One club Gillingham prematurely make available their 2016/17 kit range for early bird season ticket holders. In a move to repay their loyal fans, Gillingham have decided to tease their all-new and in-house manufactured home, away, and third shirts for the forthcoming season to coincide wit [...]
League One side Gillingham have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for next season [...]
Here are the new centenary shirts of English League Two club Gillingham FC [...]
New design images have been revealed showing the home and away shirts for Gillingham FC for their Centenary season next season [...]
Gillingham who are based in Kent were formed in 1893, at that time they were called New Brompton FC. The founders also had the good sense to purchase their ground which is their base today, the 11,580 capacity Priestfield Stadium in the town of Gillingham.
Gillingham play a small rivalry against Millwall and Swindon Town but no other team considered Gillingham to be a rival team.