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Strip! The National Football Museum Podcast
37 minutes | 5 days ago
Women's Kits: Attitude and Identity
We are joined for this episode by our Women in Football Curator, Belinda Scarlett, who talks us through the development of kit in the women's game. From the 1800s to the 2019 Women's World Cup, we discuss some of the best kits in our collection and how there has been so much progress in both the tailoring and design of shirts in the women’s game. We also hear from former England star Liz Deighan on a shirt she lifted the FA Cup in and current Manchester City star Aoife Mannion about what kit means to them.
25 minutes | 12 days ago
Grassroots Innovations: Getting Noticed in Non-League
This episode we will be journeying down the divisions to see how non-league and grassroots clubs are breaking away from template designs to create some of the most innovative and exciting kits in football. We speak to Phil Galloway about the fantastic shirt he designed for 1874 Northwich and Lewes FC’s Maggie Murphy about how their equality ethos filters through into their kits. We'll burst a myth about small birds and a Welsh club will have one of their kits thrown into the Hall of Shame.
31 minutes | 19 days ago
Green Revolution: Strip for the Planet
In this episode we look at the impact of football kit on the environment, whether clubs releasing three new kits every year can ever be sustainable and what the kit makers are doing about it. We speak to Hummel designer Rob Revell about their zero h20 kits and PlayerLayer’s Roderick Bradley about the eco friendly bamboo charcoal shirts they’ve developed. We also chuck a hideous Warrior kit into our Hall of Shame and find out which club can wear its home kit for every match.
25 minutes | a month ago
Eye-Popping Bangers: The Umbro Approach
Discussing all things Umbro, the longstanding North West brand responsible for some of our all-time favourite shirts - as well as one new entry into our Hall of Shame. We also hear from legendary graphic designer Peter Saville, who created England’s eye catching 2010 strip.
30 minutes | a month ago
The Bold and the Brave: The adidas Influence
In this second episode, we'll be chatting about the explosion of football kit creativity kickstarted by adidas in the 1980s. We speak to former adidas designer Ina Franzmann, who created some of the most iconic kits of all time, and current design director Juergen Rank about the creative process. We also chuck an infamous grey kit into the Hall of Shame...
29 minutes | a month ago
Replica Kit Boom! The Age of Admiral
We delve into the first century of strip and the rise of the replica shirt. We burst a myth about shirt sponsorship and hear from football kit pioneer Bert Patrick, the founder of Admiral, the Leicester brand responsible for the dawn of the replica market and some of the most memorable kits of the 1970s and early 1980s.
1 minutes | 2 months ago
Strip! Pre-Match Introduction
Your pre-match preamble with two of the team behind the National Football Museum's Strip! exhibition. Introducing the museum's Head of Exhibitions, Jon Sutton, and Tim Ashmore, our Graphics & Interpretation Producer, who will be talking you through the history of the humble football shirt. Strip! How Football Got Shirty is on display at the National Football Museum until Spring 2021.
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