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Retro Everton Shirts

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Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
£ 59.99 GBP
Newcastle United 2006-07 Home Shearer #9 (Excellent) L
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Retro Everton Shirts

Vintage Everton shirts, some classic Everton retro kits

A selection of original retro Everton shirts to include vintage home, away and training kits and jackets. The classic Everton tops span from the early 90s with some of the most iconic Premier League old kits, up until the latest season jerseys. The collection includes printed shirts with legends such as Tim Cahill, Wayne Rooney and other legends.

Everton’s blue home shirts tend to look great with white and other colour contrasts, and perhaps the all-time classic is the 1981-82 home shirt. The wide polo collar created space for plenty of white contrast and the Umbro diamond sleeves looked great. You can have too much white of course, arguably in the white side panels of the 2000-02 home shirt or in the over-large white bib of the 2009-11 home shirt, but each to their own style.

The 2016-17 home shirt was a great example.  A simple, classic design with white bands around the neck and cuffs, and lovely yellow accents on the cuffs. We think that Everton was also very fortunate to have the Chang sponsorship, from 2004 to 2017, as that Chang elephant logo just looks brilliant and makes us smile.

Everton’s 2015-16 third shirt was one of the more unusual, olive green with orange details.  The club certainly went for it, partnering up with Marvel Comics artist and Everton fan Wil Sliney to create a comic style promotional poster. 2009-10 saw Everton go purple for the first time in its history, with its third shirt. Gold lines to the sides and other detailing gave it a regal air.

It was inspired by the Echo’s Liverpool Unites children’s charity which benefitted from the sale of the shirts. No stranger to black, we quite like the 2002-03 third shirt, with its white accents. It helps that Wayne Rooney wore it.