Welcome to Kitlocker.com’s Kits of the Month for November!

As you know, we make some absolutely beautiful kits here at Kitlocker HQ. And we reckon that it’s a crying shame most of you never get to see them. So we’re giving some of our favourites the attention they deserve on a monthly basis.

If your kit hasn’t been included please don’t be offended. It’s probably just because we didn’t get chance to take any snaps before shipping out your order. Send us some pics if you think we’ve missed a banger of a kit and we might feature it in the following month’s list.

Let’s take a look at some of the best of the bunch. Enjoy!

Saltwood AFC

We’re kicking off with this magnificent effort from Kent based Saltwood AFC 🔥

They’ve gone for the Nike Park Derby III shirt which is an absolute cracker. We all love a bit of black and gold and this kit is no different. And on top of that it’s got a really well designed club crest and sponsor logo.

Haslingden Girls & Ladies FC

This is a prime example of what you get when you combine a solid shirt (Women’s Park VII), amazing colourway and a #PowerUp print that complements the whole thing perfectly 😍

Plus, that has to be one of the best club crests we’ve seen this season. Bravo Haslingden GLFC 👏

Walton & Hersham FC

Walton & Hersham are a semi-pro football club based in Surrey. And we’re BIG fans of their new kit.

The kit is designed by Spanish sportswear supremoes Joma.  It’s beautifully simple with those subtle pinstripes and white sponsor prints 👌

Southwark Dynamos

It’s big. It’s bold. It’s beautiful.

It’s a massive Eagle on a Puma Team Flash shirt. And we love it 🦅

Southark Dynamos have pushed #PowerUp to the limit with this print and the result is special.

DC Football Academy

We love a shirt with a concept. And the concept for this shirt is soooo good.

DC Football Academy is a London based academy for 15-25 year olds.

The design features the boroughs from which their players originate and is inspired by London’s youth and culture 🙌

Doncaster Rovers Belles

This shirt was created for Doncaster Rovers Belles as part of remembrance month, and dedicated to the women of World War II. 

The special design incorporates a central poppy pattern and back print. After being worn by the first team, the shirts are being auctioned off to raise money for the Royal British Legion 👏

Info on the auction can be found here.

Vicky Park Queens

Vicky Park Queens were formed after lockdown restrictions were lifted in April. Now, with the help of Kitlocker, they’re releasing their first kit with a percentage of profits reinvested in growing the women’s football space in Leicester ⚽

From 9 women attending the first session in April, the club now has 40 women who play during the twice weekly sessions with new faces joining the Queens every week. Open to women and non binary people over the age of 18, players come from as far as Birmingham to join the sessions.

Like the shirt? Of course you do. Look at it 😍

Click here to grab one for yourself.

Get in Touch 🗣

Like what you see? Maybe you could be in next month’s edition of Kits of the Month…

Click the link below or get in touch with our team at [email protected] to get the ball rolling on your new kit.


How useful was this post?

Average rating 5 / 5. Vote count: 2

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.