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Wigan Athletic 2022/23 Kits

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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.

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2022/23 Wigan Athletic Home Shirt

Wigan Athletic's 2022/23 Puma home shirt gave a one-of-a-kind interpretation of its bespoke striped look in blue and white. Aside from having a gradient blue-to-white finish towards the topmost portion, the jersey coloured the stripes with a darker tone of blue and further designed them with inner pinstripes. The blue round collar and sleeve cuffs harmonised well with the shirt's white sections, the sleeves and the area in-between the neckline and the chest.

2021/22 Wigan Athletic Home Shirt

Wigan Athletic players wear a Puma home shirt for the 2021/22 season. It contains a relatively simple design of broad vertical stripes in blue and white, with complementary expansive shoulder panels in white and a blue rear-end for the round collar.

2020/21 Wigan Athletic Home Shirt

Puma returns the blue and white stripes design of Wigan Athletic's home shirt for the 2020-21 season. The relatively large stripes form vertically along the main body that is flanked by blue sleeves. The shoulders have a white panel that extends to the blue sleeves. A narrow blue collar fills the round neckline up until the seam of the shoulder panels. The Puma Cats on the sides of the shoulders are blue while the one on the right chest is white. Wigan's crest and its official supporters' club's marking are on the left chest and front centre respectively. Blue shorts and socks complete the new home strip.

2022/23 Wigan Athletic Away Shirt

Wigan's 2022/23 Puma away had a black base with a tonal honeycomb pattern on the main body, with minimal yellow accents for more emphasis. The sleeves were left plain black, and the round collar and sleeve cuffs shared the same yellow colouring.

2021/22 Wigan Athletic Away Shirt

Wigan Athletic's 2021/22 Puma away shirt is red, lighter on the body and sleeves and darker on the cuffs and the buttoned henley collar. The all-over subtle geometric pattern is a template based on the kit maker's teamwear design.

2020/21 Wigan Athletic Away Shirt

Wigan Athletic's 2020-21 away kit follows a similar template to that used by Puma with their home kit. The sleeves are solid coloured, and the narrow collar on the round neckline stops at the shoulder panels. The said panels then extend up to the sleeves. Colourwise, the away shirt is black on the sleeves and collar, while the shoulder panels and the ribbed honeycomb graphic on the front body are grey. The Puma Cats on the sides of the shoulders and right chest, and the Wigan crest on the left, are gold. The official supporters' club's marking on the front centre remains with official colours. Black shorts and socks complete the new outfit.

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Wigan Athletic, nicknamed the Latics were formed in 1932 and play at the 24,826 capacity all seater JJB Stadium in Wigan, England.

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.

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