A set of light blue shirts were obrtained, claret stripes were added to the shorts, claret being the commercial colour of the Ironworks, and the old vermilion socks were replaced by black ones. Shorts: White with one claret and two blue ‘tick’ side panels. Moore) in 1975. Similar in style to the previous offering, slightly remodelled to include pinstripes which were all the rage in the 80’s. West Ham retain their connection to the older club This was dropped in 1983 in favour of a simple crossed hammer design but it was reinstated in 1985. in the season that the young Bobby Moore made his debut. West Ham. Wembley FA Cup Final where they lost 0-2 to Bolton. West Ham. Pony’s first attempt mirrored the classic West Ham designs of the 60s and 70s with a striped crew neck, light blue sleeves and the Pony ‘tick’ trademark shadow pattern running through the shirt and one large ‘tick’ across the chest. The away kit took all the stylings of the home strip - baggier fit, shadow pattern and all – and converted it once again into the classic West Ham away style, albeit in a now slightly deeper shade of blue. of them pinched a set of claret and blue shirts from his club (he was Shorts: White with blue side panel, Scoreline logo finished with claret trim and club’s initials ‘WHUFC’, Socks: White topped off with two claret stripes. A new third strip was launched for the 1994-95 campaign. In 1987 the colours were changed from gold on blue to light blue on claret. Football’s rise in popularity in the early 90’s also saw a rebirth of retro fashions, which strongly influenced the kits of the time. A West Ham United side took on an F.A. : White with Claret and Blue side panels, Bukta logo and club badge. Ham United, who signed professional players. Today the original 1994 shirt can fetch upwards of £140 with today's modern reproduction shirt retailing at £35. Blue shorts and socks which both included the club’s initils ‘WHUFC’ for the first time completed the outfit. Shorts: White with side panels of claret and blue with Pony logo and club badge. West Ham’s first away strip of the decade was a clean classic all white design. Our valued Season Ticket Holders can also enjoy a 10% discount off the new kit, by simply logging in to the online store using their West Ham account. Pony delved further into the club’s archives to produce their next home kit. the Hammers won promotion to the First Division and appeared in the first West Ham kit history. Check out the evolution of West Ham's soccer jerseys on Football Kit Archive. To celebrate the club’s centenary, a shadow pattern of bubbles and the number ‘100’ was incorporated throughout the fabric of the shirt. The crests worn in these important matches added Boleyn Castle, a local landmark, to the crossed hammers. Shorts: White with three claret side strips and included the club’s initials ‘WHUFC’ and Adidas logo, Socks: White topped off with three claret stripes and Adidas logo. : White with Claret and Blue side panels, Bukta script logo and club badge. Get your Official Programme for West Ham United v Fulham now! FC - Images of Sport (Peter Cullen 1998), s Article by Jack Helliar provided by David Smith & Kevin Slade, A Chelmsford Chronicle (28 August 1924) submitted by Richard Essen. Pony logo and club badge. West Ham. Never one to miss an anniversary, the club introduced a spacial crest for the 2020-21 season. After five years, the club’s deal with Dagenham Motors ended and for the majority of the season the shirt was without a sponsor, until footwear giants Dr Martens stepped in towards the end of 1997-98. Yet another version appeared in 1997 with a heavy gold outline. As with the home shirt, the fabric featured a small chequerboard shadow pattern comprising a crossed hammers logo. Shorts: Blue shorts with claret side panels. 2019-20 Home. The move away from traditional bright colours at this time was due to clubs producing kits with replica shirts for fans in mind. The redesigned badge appeared in the final and during the 1975-76 season that followed. : Blue topped off with one claret stripe. This new kit did not capture the imagination of the fans and was replaced as first choice change strip after just one season. Almost 10,000 fans took part, making this the largest exercise of its kind undertaken by Premier League club. silverware, winning the FA Cup by beating Fulham (now captained by Bobby : Blue shorts with claret side panels. HOME; KITS. & Shipbuilding Company decided to form a works team to be called Thames Alongside the Home kit, the Away kit is inspired by the Club’s golden period of the 1960s, during which the east Londoners won the FA Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup and provided three members of England’s 1966 FIFA World Cup-winning team glory, the 125th Anniversary Away kit is a modern twist on the strip worn by all-time greats Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters. next 26 years. As with the home kit, a small version of the Hammers motif was added within the collar. This match is probably the first in which the famous crossed hammers appeared. In 1919 West Ham were elected : Navy blue with light blue side panels, claret waistband. West Ham United’s 2020/21 Umbro Away kit is available to pre-order from the Official Online Store today – the Club’s 125th birthday – with free UK delivery. As a fan, there is a lot of nostalgia with this kit, making me think of those old photos I saw from the sixties, when some of the Club’s greatest players wore a kit that looked just like this. From 1950 the crossed hammer badge was worn regularly, usually embroidered in claret on a light blue patch but with several variations until it was retired in 1966. There is a story that in the summer of 1899 Bill Dove, This was dropped in 1983 in favour of a simple crossed hammer design but it was reinstated in 1985. Three years later Shorts: Blue with claret side panel and Scoreline logo finished with white trim and the club’s initials ‘WHUFC’, Socks: Blue topped off with two claret stripes, Bukta, who had in fact produced the Hammers strip in the mid-70s, arrived as kit suppliers in 1989. The shirt featured an identical Pony shadow pattern to the home and away kit. Side panel and under-arm panels of Blue completed the kit. With the club struggling for survival in their first season back in Division One. In 1964 Playing Kit : West Ham United 1900 to 1999, : White topped off with three claret stripes, : White with three claret side strips and included the club’s initials ‘WHUFC’ and Adidas logo, : White topped off with three claret stripes and Adidas logo, : Blue with three claret side stripes and included the club’s initials ‘WHUFC’ and Adidas logo, : Blue topped off with three claret stripes and Adidas logo, : White with blue side panel, Scoreline logo finished with claret trim and club’s initials ‘WHUFC’, : White topped off with two claret stripes, : Blue with claret side panel and Scoreline logo finished with white trim and the club’s initials ‘WHUFC’, : Blue topped off with two claret stripes. responsible for doing the laundry) to settle the bet. 2020-21 GK Home. Retro influences were left firmly behind with the next home kit, which featured a new variation on the traditional colours.