Stoke City are a football club who plays in the Championship. They were first promoted to the Premier League era for the 2008/09 season, finishing second in the Championship. Stoke City wear red and white striped shirts with white shorts and socks which are currently manufactured by Macron, who took over from New Balance in 2016. Bet365, their principal sponsor since the 2012/13 season, continues to do so up until today.

Stoke City 23/24 Kits

Stoke City 23/24 Home Kit

Stoke City’s 2023/24 Macron home had the classic feel of the club’s home kits from the late ’90s and early early ‘2000s. This was because of the narrower profile of the traditional stripe design in red and white, which also took the space on the sleeves. White details included the polo collar and the sleeve cuffs, which further had a black middle striping with red highlights. The same striping can be found on the slit on the front of the neckline.


Stoke City 23/24 Away Kit

Using shades of purple, royal blue and turquoise, Stoke City’s 2023/24 Macron away added carried camo visuals in addition to the snakeskin-like print across the entirety of the shirt. The sleeve cuffs were divided into royal blue and navy, with turquoise acting as a demarcation line. Navy also provided a solid fill to the collar that carried a turquoise trim.


Stoke City Home Kits

2022/23 Stoke City Home Shirt

Stoke City Home 2022/23 KitThe home shirt of Stoke City in 2022/23 was a product of Macron and featured the traditional red and white striped pattern. This jersey, however, added white diagonal lines of various gradients on the red sections to produce visuals of flowing chevrons. White raglan sleeves preceded the broad sleeve cuffs, which had parallel central pinstriping in black and red (the same pattern applied to the round collar). Including the logos, this was the first time black as an accent appeared in a Potter’s outfit.


2021/22 Stoke City Home Shirt

Stoke City Home 2021/22 KitThe Potters wore a Macron-produced home shirt for the 2021/22 season. The shirt maintained the club’s traditional red-and-white vertical striped look, covering both the body and the sleeves with the said pattern. Subtle diagonal pinstripes visibly flowed on the upper portion of the shirt. Narrow sleeve cuffs and a round collar with front overlap, both of which are white, fitted perfectly to the colours of the shirt.




Stoke City Away Kits

2022/23 Stoke City Away Shirt

Stoke City Away 2022/23 KitStoke City employed a smart-looking Macron alternate shirt in 2022/23. The predominantly white jersey became remembered for its black highlight sashed design with prominent offset red borders (which, in turn, had black outlines on the edges). A red-black-red parallel tri-striping filled the centre of the broad sleeve cuffs and polo collar.



2021/22 Stoke City Away Shirt

Stoke City Away 2021/22 KitThe Potters kept it green with their 2021/22 Macron away shirt. Aside from the viridescent base, the jersey also sported a pinstripe design in black across the front side. Also in black was the thick striping accompanied by two thin ones on the sleeve cuffs and the v collar.




Stoke City were formed in 1863 making it one of the first clubs to be formed in world football. They were originally called Stoke Football Club but their name was changed to today’s in 1925. Stoke, who are called the ‘Potters’ after the local industry, play their home games at the over-30,000 capacity bet365 Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent.

Stoke play in a home kit consisting of a red & white vertical-striped shirt with white shorts and white socks. Stoke’s colours have held aloft the League Cup in 1972 and been to three FA Cup semi-finals, but not made the big final yet. Some famous names have donned the red and white shirt but we have singled out perhaps the greatest in Sir Stanley Matthews who played for city from 1932-1947 and then again between 1961-1965.

During Stoke City’s first season in the Premier League they made the Britannia Stadium (former name of their home ground) a fortress where they beat the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion.