Pompey or Portsmouth currently play in League Two after consecutive relegations due to administration and they were forced to sell most of the best players including Peter Crouch, Sylvain Distin, Glen Johnson and Niko Kranjcar. Portsmouth signed a new shirt with Sondico for the 2013-14 season and they wear blue home shirts with white shorts and red socks which are sponsored by Jobsite. The club exited administration in April 2013 when the Pompey Supporters; Trust deal to buy the club was completed.
Portsmouth Football Club were formed in 1898 and they are one of the clubs that became a limited company and professional club right from the outset. Portsmouth play their home games at Fratton Park, Frogmore Road in Portsmouth. The ground at Fratton Park was purchased by the founders of the club and despite improvements, is showing signs of age. Therefore at the end of the 2003/04 season, plans to develop a new stadium were drawn up and approved.
The South Coast club of Portsmouth have released their entire kit range for 2016/17 created by Sondico. The once Premier League club pushing for European football however now League Two outfit, Portsmouth, look to climb back up the English football pyramid by unveiling their latest home, away, an [...]
Portsmouth FC bosses hand the power over to the fans for next seasons strip selection. En-keeping with the same process as seen in the previous season, Portsmouth FC are allowing their passionate fans to choose which home, away, and third kits will be worn by their heroes as a public vote will ta [...]
On the back of their new home and away kits launched in May, League Two outfit Portsmouth have officially launched a new third kit for the 2015-16 season. Supplied by Sondico, the new third shirt for Pompey uses the same kit template as the recently released white away shirt boasting a modern sho [...]
Portsmouth who are nicknamed Pompey after the city, play their home games wearing shirts in dark blue. Jimmy Dickinson with 764 holds the record for the most league appearances in the shirt between 1946-1965.
Pompey have throughout their history had a strong rivalry with near neighbours Southampton, even when they have not been in the same league. Portsmouth also have a reputation for developing players and not spending vast sums in the market to ensure their survival.