Football shirt news with a difference as a limited edition National Football Museum shirt 2019-20 made by PlayerLayer has been released to celebrate the ‘STRIP! How Football Got Shirty’ exhibition.
Designed by Stanley Chow the well known Manchester illustrator and artist the National Football Museum shirt sees the light grey on the top half of the jersey and the pink on the bottom half of the jersey separated by a dark blue and yellow flash running diagonally across the football shirt.
The left cuff is coloured blue with the right one coloured yellow.
On the right breast is a pink PlayerLayer logo whilst on the left breast is a specially designed National Football Museum badge with features the ‘NFM’ initials.
On the back of the football shirt is a red number 12 which represents the ‘twelfth man or woman’, which is a term often used in football referring to the clubs supporters who drive the team on with their passion.
As with the 2019-20 Forest Green Rovers Kits the limited edition National Football Museum shirt is made out of 50% sustainable bamboo mix.
The Strip! How Football Hot Shirty exhibition started on 22 November 2019 and will run until 7 June 2020 so if you are a football shirt lover and haven’t got yourself down there yet you have plenty of time, you won’t be disappointed!
Buy the limited edition National Football Museum shirt 2019-20 from the official website. HERE