Limited Edition Blackburn Rovers Women X Dodici Otto 2023-24 Shirt

Women’s football kit news as a special limited edition Blackburn Rovers Women x Dodici Otto 2023-24 shirt has been unveiled.

Limited Edition Blackburn Rovers Women X Dodici Otto 2023-24 Shirt​
Limited Edition Blackburn Rovers Women X Dodici Otto 2023-24 Shirt

The limited edition 2023-24 Blackburn Rovers x Dodici Otto shirts sees the home jersey featuring a design on the white half of the shirt which includes a rose, ‘Forever Blue & White’ text, a blue heart and other details.

Limited Edition Blackburn Rovers Women X Dodici Otto 2023-24 Shirt​

In the Summer of 2017 artist Jordan founded Dodici Otto at the age of 19 when he couldn’t find a football shirt no one else had. The concept of implementing his own designs onto shirts was developed before Euro 2020.

Blackburn Rovers Women X Dodici Otto 2023-24 Shirt

Commercial and Marketing Manager, Pete Sutton, said: “We were after something special to commemorate the start of the 2023-24 season and our continued growth after rebranding to Blackburn Rovers Women.

“We spoke in depth with Dodici Otto and they kindly offered to design us a unique special edition shirt.

“Dodici Otto have worked with a number of high profile football clubs, brands and personnel, so it is fantastic they have designed a shirt for us too, and it looks fantastic!

“It is limited edition and a real collectors piece for any Blackburn Rovers fan and we thank Dodici Otto for their efforts.”

Artist Jordan said: “Dodici Otto is art inspired by sport and the culture and it started when I wanted to buy a football shirt that no one else had, so I decided to design and print my own back in the summer of 2017.

“Since then, it has evolved from designing and printing on blank sport t-shirts to now printing on official football shirts.

We have worked with Chelsea, Leicester City, Manchester United, West Ham United, Leicester Riders and now Blackburn Rovers.

“We are also working with some of the biggest brands in the world including Nike, Adidas, Puma, Premier League and Barclays.

“We also work closely with a lot of the footballers to create bespoke pieces that come in the form of frame shirts and we also do a lot of work within the community, sponsoring teams at grassroots level.”

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