New Football Kits

Millwall Have Released Their 2018/19 The Den-Inspired Home Kit

Earlier today we showed you Leeds United’s latest away kit. It’s a complete contrast from their home kit and has proven rather controversial with fans. In the 1980s, Leeds United were known as a tough club. Their matches were regularly tarnished with violence and despite not all fans wanting to fight, an away match at Leeds was always a tricky one. Another such club was Millwall who have released a home kit reflective of their past. The Den was constructed in 1993 and fits in nicely with the club’s image. To this day visiting Millwall’s stadium is always tense and more than a little noisy.


Millwall have had a tough time these past few years. They’ve bounced around the lower leagues and now with Neil Harris at the helm, The Lions are competing in English football’s second tier. The club have so far picked up five points from three games and are currently sitting in 10th place.




The jersey itself is navy in colouring. Running vertically are a number of thin, white stripes. The kit, designed by Macron is said to reflect the club’s history. It is 25 years since the club played their first season at The Den and the home top is based on the first kit worn at the notorious stadium.


millwall 18_19_macron_home_kit_d


The neckline for the kit is a simple one, however it also seeks to reflect the original kit worn upon arrival at the Den. It is semi-classic and has a single button to fasten at the front.


Finally, on the side of the kit is a physical, commemorative badge recognising 25 years at The Den.




Whether you’re a lover or hater of Millwall, it’s hard to not think this kit is excellent. The jersey is bursting with historical recognition and Macron’s careful, considered design is certainly a big hit with the fans.


Most Popular

To Top