Millwall Release Their Home Shirt Design For 2014, Chosen By Fans [PHOTO]

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The supporters of Millwall Football Club have chosen the club’s home shirt for the 2014/15 season from a selection of choices, deciding to go with a retro-looking shirt designed by Macron.

Millwall’s home shirt for 2014/15 features a dark blue shirt with a classic designed collar (a v-neck) and the club crest and shirt manufacturer logo in white.

We’ll have to wait to see whether Millwall have a shirt sponsor for next season that will have its name emblazoned across the front. It’d be a shame to see a sponsor name or charity spoil the simplicity of the shirt design.

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3 Responses to Millwall Release Their Home Shirt Design For 2014, Chosen By Fans [PHOTO]

  1. trickybrkn says:

    You don’t have their new sponsor on that kit, Swift Leisure.

  2. Smokey Bacon says:

    Classy! It will look the business in league 1!

    Nice shirt though. Don’t like the badge though. The lion is too small.

    Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii…………..

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