What's Your Favourite Spurs Shirt of All-Time?

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Thelonious World Peace


Just Do It
Oh and in my adventure of trying to find a cheap alternative of the Centenary Ed. jersey, I came across something you fellas too might like.


Btw, any idea who this birdie is?
With step and curtains haircut, I was an 11yr old keeper who shipped in about 5 a game, this is definitely my most memorable jersey, the collar itched like hell

Ah-HAAA ...this is a classic; "we got no game this weekend" thread!

For the record... It's hard not to look much beyond these for my top 2 Home:

...and these two beauties for the away (and 3rd...) all bases covered!!


"Legacy Fan"
For you Admiral lovers, you might enjoy this documentary I have just watched on ITV player. It's called Get Shirty and plots the rise and fall of the company and how they revolutionized, invented, the replica shirt market. Here is a trailer I found but need to watch full length on ITV player.


'you middle class out of touch cunt!'
Could go with a few, but last season's third is my favourite and as stated before: one of the most underrated kits of all time:


Ordered what i assume is a snide copy off ebay today, love it now, the memories associated with it make it one of my favourites.

Mrs Perryman

I'm a Cockney Malteser 👑
My favourite shirts were the ones designed by Le Coq Sportif, seems very fitting for them to make our kits,
The first ones in 1980 were plain white or yellow, no sponsor.
My personal favourite though came from the centenary season 1982/83, which was the stripe effect, but still all white and no sponsor. Second and third strips were light blue and yellow respectively.
The following seasons 1983/1985 were also the stripe effect , but with the cockerel in the middle.
Co-incidentally, that was the most successful period in our more recent history - 2 FA Cups and a UEFA Cup.
Not a trace of red anywhere.
All this information comes from "The Spurs Shirt" book, really good read, and saves me having to google to check my facts.
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