Millwall Football Club currently play in the Championship where the club wear dark blue and white shirts which are manufactured by Macron and sponsored by Racing Plus. The Millwall home shirt features a white patch on the chest and two thin hoops wrapping around the chest and the away shirt is white with sky blue trim and the third strip is an all orange design. Nicknamed 'The Lions', Millwall play their home games at The Den in London and they have several rivals including West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Charlton Athletic, Leeds United, Portsmouth and Gillingham.
Millwall play at the 20,146 capacity New Den Stadium in Bermondsey, South East London. Millwall wear home shirts of blue, with white shorts and blue socks, away from the New Den they wear a kit of yellow shirts, shorts and socks. Millwall's last big cup run saw them make a surprise appearance as runners-up when reaching the FA Cup Final of 2004.
The passionate club of Millwall are handed their classiest home shirt in years from kit suppliers Errea. Using their 59 game unbeaten streak of back in 1967 as the forefront of design criteria, and therefore due to its 50th anniversary of the remarkable achievement, Millwall's classic blue and wh [...]
League One play-off pushers Millwall unveil their all-new away shirt for the upcoming 2016/17 season. Whether it be in League One or the Championship, Millwall FC will take to away grounds in one of the most unique colour-ways within the 2016/17 campaign through a two-toned yellow hooped alternat [...]
League One club Millwall sign Errea as kit suppliers and offer fans the chance to create their away strip for 2016/17. With Millwall FC and kit manufacturers Errea agreeing terms to see the passionate Italian brand act as suppliers for 'The Lions', power has been handed over to The Den faithful b [...]
The team started life as Millwall Rovers with workers on the Isle of Dogs in 1885. They were originally nicknamed the dockers after the clubs supporters, Millwall got their nickname 'The Lions' from their heroic giant killing displays in the FA Cup at the turn of the 20th Century, in 1900 they reached the Semi Finals an impressive feat as they were a lower league club.
Millwall have had several notable supporters at the club including actors Daniel Day-Lewis and Denzel Washington. The Millwall shirts have been sponsored by several different manufacturers including Macron, Bukta, Lonsdale, Strikeforce, Asics, Spall, Gimer and Osca.