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HOME KIT 20/21: 100 years Heroes – News



Burnley Football Club is pleased to unveil our 2020/2021 home kit.

The design is inspired by the kit worn by one of the largest teams of players in the history of the club; commemorating the winning heroes of the 1920/1921 League Championship 100 years ago.

With a title in the First Division, as well as obtaining a record of 30 undefeated games in the Football League, which would last 80 years, such as manager John Haworth, the famous linebacker of George Halley, captain Tommy Boyle and Billy Watson and the top scorer Joe Anderson, among others listed below, has become a household name in their relentless accusation of the first of two English championship trophies the club has won in its long and proud history as one of football’s founding members.

One century after this historic stage, we could not be more proud to commemorate these 100-year-old heroes.

Developed by Umbro, the new home kit uses the classic design of 100 years ago as an influence, with the prominent blue collar in a stylized “cut” neckline that adds a modern twist.

Traditional blue sleeves are also a distinctive feature as they sit lower on the arm.

“Feet, hearts, minds” The tri-color band, which was adopted as the mantra in the Sean Dyche era, adds another modern note to the back neckline, along with the official licensed label on the side seam.

The shirt is complemented by white shorts with a side contrast with a clear contrast and light socks with a contrasting blue cuff and BFC forms.

The kit “Heroes of 100 years” 2020/2021 will be initially sold by pre-order on Monday 17of August la from 9:00, followed by the launch of a store on Saturday, September 5th.

The pre-order guarantees that you will receive the kit by Saturday, September 5 at the latest.

Not sure what size you are? Download our size guide below.


The heroes of 100 years.

Manager: John Haworth

Team: Tommy Boyle (captain), Joe Anderson, Alf Basnett, Frank Birchenough, Tom Brophy, Benny Cross, Jerry Dawson, George Douglas, Bert Freeman, George Halley, Cliff Jones, Bob Kelly, Jack Lane, James Lindsay, Bob McGrory, Len Moorwood, Eddie Mosscrop, Billy Nesbitt, Len Smelt, David Taylor, Bill Taylor, Billy Watson, Walter Weaver.