View Full Version : Help Football teams who play in black & white


Danny_Boy
25-01-2008, 11:06
Hello all I am looking for some help can you name me some football clubs who have a black and white football strip I have already got Newcastle Notts County Juventus SUFC's away kit but is there anymore?

Code13
25-01-2008, 11:19
St Mirren and Grimsby spring to mind.

Tricky
25-01-2008, 11:20
Queen's Park. West Brom.

BasilRathbon
25-01-2008, 11:20
The mighty Hereford United.

Tricky
25-01-2008, 11:24
Derby County, Preston North End

Port Vale, Valencia

and Boavista of course.

ReginaldD
25-01-2008, 11:29
Sheffield Wednesday before colour tv was invented:hihi::hihi:

Eddie_shef
25-01-2008, 11:37
Sheffield Wednesday before colour tv was invented:hihi::hihi:

it was their downfall!!

happyhippy
25-01-2008, 11:40
West Brom is a very dark blue, not black. Port Vale, Valencia, Preston and Derby have white shirts and black shorts.

I'm assuming you mean black and white shirts?

Code13
25-01-2008, 11:51
I actually thought Preston was white shirts, blue shorts.

Grandad.Malky
25-01-2008, 11:51
Sheffield Wednesday before colour tv was invented:hihi::hihi:

Would a derby game have one team playing in light grey stripes and the other in dark grey stripes? :hihi:

happyhippy
25-01-2008, 11:59
I actually thought Preston was white shirts, blue shorts.

Thinking about it, you're right.

Tricky
25-01-2008, 12:04
I actually thought Preston was white shirts, blue shorts.

Too true. My memory for football kits seems to be in black and white which makes these questions harder.

Code13
25-01-2008, 12:16
Would a derby game have one team playing in light grey stripes and the other in dark grey stripes?

I remember watching a Rugby League Challenge Cup Final on a black and white telly, between Wigan and Halifax. Wigan were wearing red and white hooped shirts, white shorts, red socks. Halifax were wearing blue and white hooped shirts, white shorts, blue socks. Looked absolutely identical!

Grandad.Malky
25-01-2008, 12:27
06-07 Atletico Miniero home http://www.uksoccershop.com/products/6739.html


07-08 Borussia MGB home http://www.uksoccershop.com/products/3734.html


07-08 Juventus home http://www.uksoccershop.com/products/7935.html

07-08 Newcastle home http://www.uksoccershop.com/products/6781.html

WEST BROM 1960-70S Retro Football Shirts http://www.uksoccershop.com/products/5974.html

GRIMSBY 1960-1970S Retro Football Shirts http://www.uksoccershop.com/products/5374.html

Treatment
25-01-2008, 12:34
Minstrel Town ?

BasilRathbon
25-01-2008, 12:49
The Guinness Brewery First XI?

adlinds
25-01-2008, 15:02
I think Gretna do and Rochdale are this season as it's their original shirt colours and it's their centenary year

Danny_Boy
25-01-2008, 18:14
Thanks for help guys I need a black and white shirt and was looking on ebay the above ideas will give me a broader search.

CHAIRBOY
25-01-2008, 20:41
Darlington, Ayr United, East Stirlingshire

Agent Gypo
25-01-2008, 20:45
Vasco da Gama (Brazil) play in black and white.

Tricky
25-01-2008, 21:12
This (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Brazil-Anti-Racism-07-08-10-PELE-football-shirt-L_W0QQitemZ170188832724QQihZ007QQcategoryZ112897QQ ssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosti ng) is the one I'd go for

happyhippy
25-01-2008, 21:20
This (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Brazil-Anti-Racism-07-08-10-PELE-football-shirt-L_W0QQitemZ170188832724QQihZ007QQcategoryZ112897QQ ssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosti ng) is the one I'd go for

'Tis very nice.

happyhippy
25-01-2008, 21:22
Darlington, Ayr United, East Stirlingshire

How could I forget the Shire!

Titanic99
25-01-2008, 21:29
The mighty Glentoran with a bit of Red and Green thrown in for good measure!

Danny_Boy
27-01-2008, 11:01
This (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Brazil-Anti-Racism-07-08-10-PELE-football-shirt-L_W0QQitemZ170188832724QQihZ007QQcategoryZ112897QQ ssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ebayphotohosti ng) is the one I'd go for

I really like that but unfortunatly I forgot to mention that it needs to be striped.

surfinjim
27-01-2008, 12:56
Santos or the mighty Dunfermline. Udinese are another one to look at.


Jim

happyhippy
27-01-2008, 15:17
Should have remembered Udinese as well.

I saw them at the Lane in the Anglo-Italian Cup in 1994. We lost 2-1 to a great overhead kick, after some tremendous refereeing when they were reduced to ten men and we were reduced to eight in the space of a minute. Bassett was went from the touchline as well (the dug outs were on the John Street side then. The new stand hadn't been built then).

It all started with a dodgy tackle on the half way line by Charlie Hartfield. Their player, Kozminski, then went down like a dying swan, and proceeded to roll half the length of the pitch (minor exaggeration). Hartfield, who, very unusually for him(!), had been booked earlier, received another and had to go. The inevitable handbags start and Glyn Hodges gets a straight red.

Meanwhile, Kozminski is still rolling all over the place and gets a yellow for feigning injury. Unfortunately, that was his second yellow, but he wasn't so injured as to need carrying off the field. Before he could do so however, Nathan Blake, who had the ball in his hands, decided to release it. He did it quite forcibly in the direction of Kozminski. His hitherto unknown goalkeeping skills were tested as the ball rebounded to him via Kozminski's nose. A quick 'trap and release' was achieved, and the ball nestled in the Italian's abdomen. Off walks Blake.

Bassett, however, through all this mayhem, was still aggrieved at the original decision, and yellow to Hartfield, and had been consistently showing his displeasure with a curious form of sign language. Strangely for BSL, the sign started and finished around the groin area, and was repeated. A lot. I think they must have a similar sign in Italy, as the Italian ref understood it and Harry trudged across the pitch to the South stand, giggling like a schoolgirl.

Either Leeds TV or Look Leeds (possibly even both) showed the whole lot the following day, and were subsequently banned from Bramall Lane for a bit.

Happy days .......

Botafogo
14-01-2011, 22:58
And, of course, Garrincha's BOTAFOGO FR, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Shirts and shorts are like Newcastle's and Juventus', with a lonely white star on a black field over the heart. The club is the one that has provided most players to the Brazilian National Team along the years. Some of them, besides Garrincha: midfielders Didi and Gerson, defender Nilton Santos, goalkeeper Manga, left-forwards Paulo César Lima and Zagallo (later the most succesful coach in our football), scorers Jairzinho, Amarildo, Roberto Miranda, Quarentinha, Paulinho Valentim, Túlio and Mirandinha, left-winger Marinho, right-winger Josimar and many, many others. Botafogo are Rio's present champions (2010) and plays home matches at Engenhão Stadium (46.931 seats), one of the best in Latin America, inaugurated in Sep. 2007 and currently replacing Maracanã in most big local games (Maracanã is being refurbished for 2014 World Cup). The most famous player to wear Botafogo's uniform at present is the Uruguayan Sebastián "El Loco" Abreu, who played the last World Cup in South Africa for his national eleven, which ended fourth in the tournement.

staninoodle
15-01-2011, 01:07
A few national sides wear black and white,Austria and of course Germany

Botafogo
15-01-2011, 14:53
Beautiful indeed these national uniforms. When Uwe Seeler and Franz Beckenbauer leaded the German team, they wore plain white shirts and socks & whole black shorts, it was more simple and elegant than nowadays.

SC Corinthians Paulista, from São Paulo, Brazil, wear an away fit like that - and it has become more used than the home model (stripped shirts, which I prefer), including at home matches.