Stoke City Shirts

Stoke City Shirts

Stoke City Shirts

Stoke City are a football club who plays in the Premier League and were first promoted to the league 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 manufactured by Warrior who took over from adidas from the 2014-15 season and are sponsored by Bet365 who took over from Britannia for the 2012-13 season.

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 28,380 capacity Britannia Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, one of the newer stadiums in England.

Stoke City look to push on from their current solid campaign in the upcoming 2016/17 season wearing an Italian infused Macron kit collection. Set for debut in Stoke City's final home game of the season against West Ham, the 'Potters' look towards the campaign ahead by showcasing their all-new hom [...]

Macron become the latest brand to compose Stoke's famous red and white stripes after signing a new four year deal. Taking over from American brand New Balance, the Italian roots of Macron hope they can produce a kit collection for Stoke City which will push them even further up the Premier League [...]

As the current Premier League season comes to an end, numerous clubs have already or are set to showcase their all-new shirts for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign to give fans a look towards their team's future [...]

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 a fortress where they beat the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion.

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