Wigan Athletic today unveiled their home shirt for the 2011-12 Premier League season.
I’m in two minds regarding the design. In one way, I think it cheapens the look of the team and it makes them look like Millwall or Ipswich Town (no offense), but then again, the design is a simple, classic cut that is better than some of the home shirts they’ve produced in recent years.
Designed and manufactured by Mi-Fit, the new kit will be officially unveiled for the first time when Latics take on La Liga side Villarreal in a pre-season friendly at the DW Stadium on Sunday August 7.
The new Wigan home shirt features an old-fashioned white collar and white trim along the side of the shirt and on the cuffs, while the Mi-Fit logo is featured in gold and the rest of the shirt is blue.
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