Ahead of the 19/20 season, this summer has seen us create some of the best and brightest football kits we’ve ever made. Mainly thanks to our new #PowerUp technology giving us more scope to upgrade standard template kits. Read more here.

The other big reason is because of our customers…  You guys are becoming more demanding and more creative with regards to what you want from a kit design and quite frankly, we love that! We’ve really enjoyed working with you all to bring your visions to reality.

So we thought it would be a nice idea to put together a list of our favourite kits of the last few months. Showcasing not only the exciting things we can do with football kits, but also the ideas and creativity of our customers.

Before you lot start getting salty about the ordering of this, the kits are in no particular order. And if we’ve left anyone out, please don’t be offended! We make a lot of kits, sometimes we lose track. If you think that your kit should have been included in the list please let us know on our socials!

Anyway, feast your eyes on these beauties…

Ballers Football Academy

The London based Ballers Football Academy provide structured coaching sessions and training camps for all ages and abilities. Their kit uses the solid base of a Nike Park shirt which is brought to life by the vibrancy of the Volt/Black colourway. Nicely complemented by the stylish sponsor logo and sleeve prints. We’ve also got a lot of time for any crest with a skull in it. Bringing pirate vibes to South-East London. Shout out to the lovely GK kit too…

St Clears AFC

The Saints are a club based in Pembrokeshire, Wales. We’ve been working with them for a lot of years but this has to be the best kit we’ve ever made for them. Both the home and away kit are stone cold stunners. Again, the solid base of a Nike Park shirt, but with the addition of the ‘Beam’ #PowerUp design. A glitch effect Kitlocker logo also sits nicely in the middle. The central print is used to incorporate the traditional club colours into the away shirt. They’ve also got a very angry looking pig on their crest. Class.

Sutton Common Rovers FC

This is another great example of a grassroots club levelling up their match kit with #PowerUp. The SCR Sunday League side have gone for a green Nike Park shirt with the custom ‘Slash’ design through the middle. This put together with a lovely printed badge and sleeve print creates what must be one of the nicest kits on the London Sunday League circuit #PrideOfTheCommon

Unidays FC

Sometimes simple is beautiful. That’s definitely the case for these kits that we made for Unidays FC. There’s not that much to say about these kits other than they are just really, really nice aren’t they?

Kitchener FC

We recently announced our new partnership with Ipswich based YouTube football team Kitchener FC. For their new kit we’ve combined a red Nike Park Jersey with the ‘Aero’ #PowerUp design. Look closely and you’ll also find the Kitchener FC logo used to create a tonal pattern throughout the shirt. This cracker is available to order now HERE.

SE Dons

In case you didn’t know, SE Dons are London’s biggest and best Sunday League team and have gone from strength to strength in recent years. This culminated in a cup double at the end of last season. Their cup finals attracted a total of 4,700 loyal fans, all keen to see their YouTube heroes in the flesh. Their kits have also gone from strength to strength. This season their home shirt has been incredibly popular. The green Tiro 19 jersey fits perfectly with the Dons home colours. The shirt is amplified with a custom name/number print on the back, sitting above their “Longest 90” mantra. Get your Don wear HERE!

Totley West End FC

Hailing from the leafy suburb of Totley in Sheffield and boasting Kitlocker’s own part-time Olivier Giroud tribute act Oli B among their ranks, West End are an amateur team but their new kit is anything but. Using the Vivid Pink Nike Park Shirt and the ‘Aero’ #PowerUp design, they’ve elevated their kit to Champions League levels. They might also want to start thinking about upgrading their strike force too (soz Oli).

Palmers FC

Palmers FC are the undisputed OGs of YouTube football. Smiv and the boys have been shining a light on grassroots football via their YouTube channel for years now and have built up a consistent track record of beautiful kits. This seasons home and away shirts are no different. The home shirt is a custom colourway of the Nike Park Derby II with their very own #PowerUp design. The white away number is based on the ever-popular and aptly named Nike Legend, well and truly powered up. If you want to hear Smiv chatting kit and much more then make sure you check out our podcast.

RIASA

Richmond International Academic & Soccer Academy, or RIASA for short, offer sports degrees which are dual-credited in both the USA and the UK. On top of that, students also receive professional level academy coaching. Their Nike Strike jersey is adorned with UK and USA flags on the sleeves which is a really nice touch.

AFC Saxilby

What do you do when your pop-punk band becomes an international success whilst touring with the likes of Blink-182? Well the next step is of course to sponsor your local village football team. That’s what one member of the band Neck Deep decided to do for AFC Saxilby. It resulted in this cracking yellow and black number which is based on an adidas Squadra 17 jersey. AFC Saxilby are bringing rock and roll football to Lincolnshire. Literally.

Rising Ballers

Rising Ballers is a football team and media platform built to promote young players making their way in the world of football. So far, they’ve done this with great success. They recently announced that one of their players has signed a pro contract with Premier League side Sheffield United. Like many others, Rising Ballers have chosen the ever-popular Nike Park as their blank canvas in red, black and white. Each of the three shirts has a central beam down the middle made up of geometric shapes and sponsored by Sport Bible.

Hampton & Richmond Borough FC

We worked in collaboration with Mundial and Fotmob on this thing of beauty for National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough FC. Both the home and away kits are based on the adidas Entrada, upgraded by an exclusive #PowerUp print which was designed by the guys at Mundial. The white away kit recently reached the Semi-Final of Copa90’s best kits of the season poll on Twitter. The Beavers knocked out some big names before being cruelly beaten by Brentford’s rather plain looking away kit. Not bitter.

What do you reckon?

There you have it. Twelve of the best kits we’ve knocked up this summer and I’m sure you’ll agree that there are some absolute works of art in there. If you think that your team’s kit should have been on this list then don’t hesitate to give us a shout on our socials.

It’s not too late to #PowerUp your kit for this season and become the envy of your league. Click here to check out all of the designs and get the ball rolling on your new kit.

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