Premiership Countdown: 31 Days to Go

l 06ashs Premiership Countdown: 31 Days to GoWe’re just over a month from the start of the Premiership season, and right now all 20 EPL teams have unveiled their home shirts for the 2006/2007 season.

Chelsea unveiled theirs today ($64), while Arsenal (pictured right; $73) and Manchester United unveiled theirs last week ($64).

What’s interesting is that many of the clubs this year have reverted to retro designs. which — in my opinion — are better with a cleaner look-and-feel that’ll make the teams appear more professional. Is this an attempt to return to the innocence of “the good old years” or is it just a trend in fashion?

Football jerseys are, of course, big business. For example, Adidas estimated that the 2006 World Cup should help provide more than $1.5 billion (yes billion) in revenue from soccer-related products including shoes and replica jerseys.

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One Response to Premiership Countdown: 31 Days to Go

  1. TheScout says:

    I’ve seen a few pics of ManU shirts from the mid-late 90′s and they also had the badge on the left of the chest with a white border around it. Interesting they brought that back.

    http://i11.ebayimg.com/05/i/07/b8/ed/e2_1.JPG
    http://i16.ebayimg.com/03/i/07/b2/40/d7_1_b.JPG

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