It's time for another Football Attic Kit Podcast, and this time we return with another special guest - our old friend and kit enthusiast, Andy Rockall.
Andy joins us to look at this week's kit news, plus we go back 40 years to take a long lingering look at the football kits being worn during the Football League First Division, 1976-77.
Plus, in honour of Andy being on our podcast, we've asked him to suggest three Tottenham Hotspur home shirts for our latest Kit Off vote. He's gone with the theme of 'Breaking with tradition' and has picked three cracking shirts that show how Spurs varied their traditional style on the field at different points in the past.
Details of how you can register your vote are shown below, meanwhile you can listen in to the Football Attic Kit Podcast by subscribing to us on iTunes or you can download the podcast here. Thanks for listening, and enjoy!
KIT OFF - POLL CLOSED
This week's theme, as chosen by Andy Rockall, was 'Tottenham Hotpur - Breaking with tradition.' We received 186 votes, and here's the result:
1st: Shirt B (Hummel 1985-87) - 51%
2nd: Shirt A (Admiral 1977-80) - 37%
3rd: Shirt C (Kappa 2005-06) - 12%
Thanks to all of you that took part in the vote. We'll have another Kit Off for you in Episode 8!
During the Kit News section of this podcast, we referred to a number of new kits. You can find images for them by following these links:
- 1860 München Oktoberfest 2016 by Macron
- Internazionale (third) by Nike
- PSG (third) by Nike
- Fiorentina (third) by Le Coq Sportif
- Luxembourg (home) by Adidas
- Moldova (away) by Jako
- Cameroon (home) by Puma
- Ghana (home) by Puma
- Ivory Coast (home) by Puma
- Andorra (home and away) by Adidas
- Denmark (home) by Hummel