Wigan Athletic are a Premier League football club based in Wigan, England and they play at the DW Stadium which holds just over 25,000 people. Nicknamed the 'Latics', Wigan Athletic wear blue and white striped shirts manufactured by Mi-Fit who became the official kit manufacturers in 2009 and are sponsored by 12Bet who have sponsored Wigan kits for two seasons. Wigan Athletic's goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi wore a green shirt with yellow trim whilst the away kit is black with white and gold detailing.
Wigan Athletic, nicknamed the Latics were formed in 1932 and play at the 24,826 capacity all seater JJB Stadium in Wigan, England.
Wigan Athletic complete their Kappa kit range for the upcoming 2016/17 season in clean style. Shirt sponsors for Wigan, Inter Sport, are used as the forefront of design criteria for the Championship club's latest third shirt through a red and blue band wrapping the otherwise solid white base-coat [...]
Championship club Wigan Athletic unveil their stunning away shirt for the fast approaching season. After being promoted into the Championship for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign after an impressive showing last term, Wigan Athletic prepare for away days by releasing their all-new alternative strip [...]
League One champions Wigan Athletic unveil their home shirt for the upcoming Championship season. After a highly successful 2015/16 campaign, seeing the club automatically promoted, Wigan Athletic will now look at the next progression of returning to Premier League football by finishing high up t [...]
League One side Wigan Athletic have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season. With their 14-15 kits supplied by MiFit, the new kits for the Latics are supplied by Italian brand Kappa who also supply kits to the likes Leeds United, Toulouse, Wolfsburg and Boru [...]
Having launched their new home kit last week, Championship side Wigan Athletic have officially launched their new away kit for the 2014-15 season. Featuring a new shirt sponsor Intersport, the new away kit for the Latics is yellow and blue [...]
They made it into the Football League in 1978 as Northern League Champions, but it took twenty five years to bust out of the lower leagues and two promotions in three years saw the team make it to the Premiership, were they made an impressive start to the debut season.
Much of this was made possible by the funding of the club by former Blackburn Rovers player, Dave Whelan, who broke his leg in the 1960 FA Cup final and the managerial skills of Paul Jewell and Roberto Martinez.