Football, Fashion, Culture and Design.
With well over 200 shirts on display, STRIP! is the largest curated exhibition of football shirts ever assembled in this country.
The exclusive new exhibition unpicks the global fascination with football shirts and how they have influenced football culture, design, fashion and technology.
Of the 200 shirts, a starting 11 have been selected. It includes the 1990 Iconic England shirt and the Brazil's classic 1970 World Cup shirt. PlayerLayer and Forest Green Rovers will be in the starting line up with their 19/20 Home Shirt.
PlayerLayer have also created a limited-edition National Football Museum football shirt.
PlayerLayer have used a 50% sustainable bamboo fabric. It has been designed by Manchester artist and illustrator Stanley Chow with the brief to ‘create something striking that represents the museum and football today’.
It features a lightning bolt on the front, representing the energy of the football fans. Half of the front facing design is a bold pink colour – representing the museum’s commitment to diversity. The other half is white with the cross of St George on the reverse, reinforcing the message that the museum is England’s only national museum for football.