Blackburn Rovers currently play in the Championship after they were relegated from the Premier League in the 2011-12 season. They play their home games at Ewood Park in Blackburn and are nicknamed 'Rovers'. Blackburn wear blue and white halved shirts which are supplied by Nike. The away kit features a turbo green colour with dark blue trim.
Blackburn wear blue and white halved shirts, one of the most instantly recognisable in the game. Two early players for the club suggested the design of their school shirts should be used for Rovers' new kit and their traditional green was changed to the light blue of Cambridge University, at the request of some other players at the time. The design has lasted the test of time, still used on the shirt today; the colour of blue has varied over the seasons as has which half is white and which is blue.
Blackburn Rovers compliment their iconic blue and white home shirt with a modernly styled away strip of navy. Looking to return back into the elite of English football after several years in the Championship, Blackburn Rovers are now ready for the upcoming 2016/17 season by adding an away shirt t [...]
The historic club of Blackburn Rovers prepare for another season of Championship football in 2016/17 by unveiling their latest trademark home shirt. When it comes to iconic shirt designs you'd be hard-pressed to find a more distinctive example than the white and blue halves of Blackburn Rovers wh [...]
The iconic blue and white halved home shirt of Blackburn Rovers will be passionately composed by English counterparts Umbro from 2016/17 onwards. A synonymous look for the famous club, Blackburn Rovers will once again display the Double Diamond of Umbro upon their kit collection from 2016/17 afte [...]
Blackburn Rovers were formed in 1875, they were previously known as Blackburn Grammar School Old Boys, they play their home games at Ewood Park, Blackburn, Lancashire.
The player who has scored the most goals whilst wearing a rovers shirt is Simon Garner, who bagged 168 league goals in his career at the Ewood Park club. Other famous players to pull on the kit include; Alan Shearer, Damien Duff, Ronnie Clayton and Andy Cole.