Historical Football Kits


Scottish League Two 2014 - 2015

spfl logoThe team that finishes last can no longer do so with impunity because they will now have to play the winner of play off between the champions of the Highland League and the new Lowland League for a place in League Two.

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Albion Rovers

albion rovers 2013-14 home kit


albion rovers 2013-15 change kit


albion rovers 2014-153rd kit


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Designer: Macron

Sponsor: Reigart Demolitions (1st), Impact Signs (2nd), Radio Clyde Cash for Kids (3rd)

The Wee Rovers donated £10,000 from their Scottish Cup windfall to Radio Clyde's children's charity last season and have followed that up by introducing a charity third strip. Gate receipts from home matches when the strip is worn plus merchandising profits will go to Cash for Kids. Given their hand to mouth finances, this is a wonderful gesture. Their other strips are unchanged.

(Alexander Leiberich, Graeme Houston)


Annan Athletic

annan athletic 2014-15 1st kit


annan athletic 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Stanno

Sponsor: M&S Engineering

Annan are wearing the latest Stanno design as are their neighbours, Stranraer.

(Lee Smith)



arbroath fc 2014-15 1st kit


arbroath fc 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Pendle

Sponsor: MegaTech Projects

The Red Lichties were relegated last season. Maroon shorts replace last season's white ones and a new shirt sponsor appears but otherwise the first choice strip is unchanged. The black reserve kit is new and features maroon piping on the shirt.

(Graeme Houston)


Berwick Rangers

berwick rangers 2013-15 1st kit


berwick rangers 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Zoo Sports

Sponsor: JB Site Investigations

Berwick have retained their first choice strip from last season. The club had planned to introduce a new red change strip but production problems mean that the blue and white change strip is also kept for a third season.

(Alexander Leiberich, Dennis McClearly BRFC)



clyde fc 2013-14 home kit


clyde fc 2013-15 change kit


clyde fc 2014-15 3rd kit


Designer: Joma

Sponsor: O'Neill Interiors, Caplan (2nd & 3rd)

Think Pink Scotland (a West of Scotland charity raising awareness of breast cancer) receive 20% of revenue from the sale of the new third shirt. The other strips are unchanged.

(Graeme Houston)


East Fife

east fife fc 2014-15 1st kit


east fife 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Under Armour (1st), 1903 (2nd)

Sponsor: M&H Logistics (1st), East Fife Joinery (2nd)

East Fife lost their place in League One after being beaten in last season's play-off final. Having played in own brand kits since 2011, the club have opted to contract with Under Armour. The new "home" strip combines gold and black stripes with white shorts, a scheme adopted in 1922 and worn for over 40 years. The own brand white change shirts from last season are retained but now worn with black shorts/socks.

(Graeme Houston, Dennis Cook from East Fife FC, Cody Fulcher)


East Stirlingshire

east stirlingshire 2014-15 1st kit


east stirlingshire fc 2014-15 change kit


east stirlingshire 2013-15 third kit


Designer: Jako

Sponsor: LK Galaxy (1st), Independent Asbestos Removal (2nd), Donaghue & Co (3rd)

While the new first strip is not as distinctive as last season's, it does have a pedigree as part of Shire's recent kit history. The third choice shirt is retained.

(Nick Foster, Graeme Houston)


Elgin City

elgin city 2014-15 1st kit


elgin city 2013-15 change kit


Designer: EC 1893

Sponsor: McDonald & Munro Ltd

City have retained their own-brand kits from last season although the first strip is now worn with white rather than red socks.

(Lee Smith)



montrose fc 2013-14


montrose fc 2014-15 change kit


Designer: Nike

Sponsor: John Lawrie Group

There are no changes to Montrose's strips this season.



Queen's Park

queen's park fc 2013-14 home kit


queen's park 2013-15 change kit


Designer: Under Armour

Sponsor: Irn Bru

Queen's Park finished bottom last season and will need to do better this season if they are to avoid the risk of dropping out of the SPFL. Their strips are retained from last season.

(Graeme Houston)