You’ll have seen us harping on over the last few weeks about our new #PowerUp service. This gives you the opportunity to take standard Nike or adidas teamwear kits and upgrade them with your choice of 14 unique designs. We’re going to keep on harping on about it, because we love it and from the responses we’ve had so far, it looks like you guys do to.


If you aren’t fully familiar with #PowerUp, you can read up on it by clicking here.

“Yes we love the designs but how can we actually get our hands on one?” I hear you ask…

Well, all you have to do is follow these 5 easy steps to be the envy of your entire league. At least in the kit department anyway…

1. Pick Your Base Shirt 👕

There are no limitations. We can print any #PowerUp design onto any Nike or adidas kit. So take your pick from the two ranges below. You’ll be able to find something that suits your club identity, colours and budget.

2. Pick a Design 👇

Have a look through the 14 designs (more incoming 👀) HERE and choose your favourite, how ever hard that might be. Try to find something that complements your choice of shirt nicely. Check out 5 Ways to #PowerUp Your Team’s Kit for some inspiration.

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3. Get Creative 🤔

Have a think about what colour you want the design to be. Whether you want something subtle which matches the kit perfectly, or you want something loud and vibrant, we can cater for your tastes. Sometimes it’s the colours you least expect to go together which have the biggest impact. We can even add colour gradients and fades to the designs.

4. Add Your Club Crest and/or Sponsor 🛡

In order to truly make the kit yours you’ll want to add your club crest. We’ve got a number of options for how this is applied, which our sales team will talk you through. You can also add a sponsor logo to any #PowerUp shirt. Don’t worry about overlapping, logos can be integrated into the design.


5. Get in Touch! 🗣

Once you’ve got an idea of each of the above, it’s time to get in touch with our sales team (via #PowerUp link at the bottom of this page) to make your creation a reality. They’ll be able to provide design proofs so that you can see how your kit will look before the order is placed.

If you are providing club logos or sponsor prints then please provide them in an EPS file format if possible. If you are unable to do so then a small additional cost may be added in order to convert from other file formats.

It would also be massively handy if you could have your required sizes and squad numbers ready in order to speed up the process.  Check out the size guides on your chosen kit for help with this.

Ready to #PowerUp? 🔋

Head to to get started!

While you’re here… Fill in our National Kit Survey to be in with the chance of winning a free set of #PowerUp kits for your club!

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