Notts County Shirts

Notts County Shirts

Notts County Shirts


Notts County are most notably known for being the oldest current professional football club in the world where they were established in 1862. Nicknamed 'The Magpies', Notts County wear black and white striped home shirts with black shorts and socks which was first seen in the 1890-1900 decade and their shirts are manufactured by Fila who have produced their shirts for several seasons.



Notts County wear a strip of black and white striped shirts with black shorts and socks for home fixtures. The home kit was the inspiration for the home shirt of the Italian club Juventus. The black and white strip of the Magpies has had several well known players pull it on such as: Tony Hateley, Peter 'Pedro' Richards, Jeff Astle, Mark Draper, Tommy Johnson, Brian Kilcline, Dixie Dean who played 9 games after leaving Everton and Tommy Lawton who made 151 appearance between 1947/51.

League Two outfit Notts County have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season [...]

Having launched their new home kit last week, League One side Notts County have officially revealed their new away kit for the 2014-15 season [...]

League One side Notts County have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Unveiled by the club's new signing, former Manchester United player Alan Smith the new home kit features a new striped design boasting three thick stripes down the front rather than their trademark sm [...]

Notts County are a football club based in Nottingham, England they are the oldest professional football team in the world having been founded in 1862. The Magpies as they are nicknamed play their home games in the 20,300 capacity Meadow Lane Stadium, Nottingham.

Notts County famously won their only FA Cup title back in 1894 and have been the champions of the Second Division on several occasions and Les Bradd holds the record for the most number of goals at the club with 125.


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