Scottish League Two: Edinburgh City (1st), Cowdenbeath (1st).5 July - 2018-19 Update Premier League: Wolverhampton Wanderers (sleeve sponsor added), AFC Bournemouth (1st), Newcastle United (1st), Burnley (1st).League One: Sunderland (1st, 2nd), Wycombe Wanderers (1st, 2nd*).
1 June - 2018-19 Update Premier League: AFC Bournemouth (2nd), Leicester City (1st). Among the interesting material posted since my last visit is a grainy photograph of the original club from 1883-84 which I've added to the club page. 30 May I've added kit graphics for the Champions' League Final as well as the one-off strip worn by Coventry City in the League Two play-off final.
The photograph shown here is from 1946-47 and shows the team wearing green and white hoops, an outfit donated to the team by one of the directors in 1944. The 2018-19 Premier League/Engish Football League and Scottish Professional Football League sections are now OPEN.
11 July - 2018-19 Update Championship: Sheffield Wednesday (1st), Norwich City (1st).
League One: Coventry City (1st, 2nd), AFC Wimbledon (1st, 2nd).
After four seasons this was retired and their pre-war strip of black and white stripes was restored. As ever I welcome all contributions to help fill in the gaps but please remember I need details of full kits, not just shirts, and leaked images are not accepted.
31 May - 2018-19 Update Championship: Stoke City (1st, 2nd), Rotherham United (1st), Derby County (1st). The first to send in detais of each kit gets a credit on the site.
25 May - 2018 World Cup Update The last missing strips for Iran, Senegal and Morocco have been added and the Tunisia 1st strip has been updated.
I'll be opening the 2018-19 English and Scottish Club Sections next week.
In fact it is the result of a policy decision by Adidas whose spokesperson made this statement after the launch of the new Sheffield United kit had attracted negative comments on social media.
"Our current design direction for the upcoming season sees us providing a plain reverse shirt treatment for Sheffield United, and our other partner clubs, who have stripes within their identity.
While I was researching the origins of this badge I came across this photograph of the 1949-50 team who were the first to wear the robin on their shirts. I've added yesterday's match to the World Cup Group A section and over the next four weeks will be populating the match-by-match sections.