Umbro Football Kits
Hailing from Manchester, Umbro have been tailoring football kits since the early 20th Century. In 1934 they made Manchester City's kit, which they went on to win the FA cup in.
Today Umbro combine their experience of the technical aspects of creating performance clothing, with iconic style to produce apparel and equipment seen on some of the world's best players.
They have supplied the team strip for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic, kitted out all but one of the 1966 national World Cup teams, and found original fame on the national stage at the 1934 F.A. Cup, when they provided tailored shirts and shorts for finalists Manchester City and Portsmouth.
Umbro started life in Cheshire in the 1920s, when tailor Harold Humphreys and his brother set up in business together as Humphreys Brothers Clothing.
With one eye on the future as they realised football was taking off as a national sport, they aspired to bring ideas and ideals to the burgeoning sportswear industry. Umbro – the name comes from HUmphrey Brothers – had set the ball rolling for unparalled success.
Now, nearly 80 years after their initial foray into the sporting world, Umbro's range of clothing is beloved by football fans in more than 90 countries across the world.