League One club Sheffield United wear red and white striped shirts with black shorts and white socks which are manufactured by Macron. Nicknamed 'The Blades', Sheffield United have had several kit manufacturers in their history including Le Coq Sportif, Patrick, Avec, Umbro, Hobott and Admiral. Coached by Chris Morga, the club play at Bramall Lane, Sheffield which holds over 32,000 people.
Sheffield United were founded in 1889 and entered the football league in 1892, they were a professional team almost from their inception. The Blades as they are nicknamed play at Bramall Lane a 30,936 capacity stadium in Sheffield, England.
Sheffield United add their away shirt to the club's kit collection for 2016/17 after recently releasing their home strip. Posing as the alternative look for the League One club of Sheffield United's classic red and white stripes, adidas have opted for a striking predominantly black away shirt wit [...]
League One club Sheffield United pose in their new home shirt for the upcoming 2016/17 season. Once again composed by the three-stripes of adidas, whom incorporate their trademark branding upon the shoulders, Sheffield United hope to improve on their 2015/16 mid-table campaign by pushing higher u [...]
Revealing their new home kit back in March, League One side Sheffield United have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. The Blades revealed a shock new white home shirt which lacks the stripes and features red pinstripes [...]
Sheff Utd won the English league in 1898 and have four FA Cup wins to their name. They are immortalised in Premiership history, having Brian Deane score the first ever Premier League goal in 1992 against Manchester United. Sheffield United along with Arsenal were the first team to have their match broadcast on radio, during their game in 1927.
Their home shirts are red and white striped, along with black shorts and socks. Famous fan Sean Bean wore the teams colours in the movie When Saturday Comes.