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Scotland Football Shirts

The Scottish National Team are one of the best supported sides in international football, regularly attracting 50,000 fans to support the team at Hampden. However, the Scots have not had much to cheer about in recent times having not qualified for a major finals since 1998. It is a far cry from the glory days of the national side which saw some of the games greatest players wear the Scotland football shirt including Dennis Law, Kenny Dalglish and Gary McAllister.

Our dedicated Scottish football shop has all the latest Scotland merchandise from Adidas, including the latest home and away kits. The Scotland home jersey is traditionally navy in colour and can be bought in a full range of adult, womens, kids and infants sizes. For the 2012/13 season, the Scotland away kit has returned to it's more traditional white after a previous yellow effort from Adidas.

For Scottish football fans who prefer to remember happier times, we have a great collection of classic Scotland retro shirts from the 1960s and 1970s which make the perfect gift for the older generation who were around to enjoy the most vintage era in Scottish football history.

Since signing with Adidas, the Tartan Army have been treated to a fantastic range of Scotland training kit and Scotland leisure wear. This includes jackets, training jerseys, polo shirts, hoodies, fleeces, sweat tops, woven shorts, windbreakers, tracksuits and much more. We also provide a cool range of Scotland T-Shirts which are very reasonably priced and are a great gift item.

Finally, be sure not to miss out range of cheap Scotland shirts with great clearance deals on replica kit, training wear and accessories.

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Scotland Football Kit

Despite their poor qualification record, having failed to reach a major tournament since the 1998 World Cup, Scotland are one of the proudest and most patriotic international football teams, regularly selling out 50,000 capacities at Hampden Park. The Tartan Army are widely regarded as one the best national team fans in the world and have won numerous awards from FIFA and UEFA for their support.

On the pitch, Scotland do have a proud history with many legends of the game pulling on the famous navy blue jersey. Record cap holder Kenny Dalglish, former Manchester United striker Dennis Law, Ally McCoist, Graeme Souness and Alex McLeish are just some of the stars to represent the national team.

Scotland Home Shirt

As participants in the first ever international football match, when they drew 0-0 with rivals England, the Scottish national team kit is the oldest international shirt in the world.

The Scots were a navy blue home shirt with matching shorts and socks which reflects the national flag. However, although the first jersey was indeed navy, it took a number of years and a number of attempted combinations before they finally settled on this as their home colours.

In 1881, the team wore a hooped jersey in the colours of yellow and pink. These were the racing colours of Archibald Primrose, the 5th Earl of Rosebery, who was an important Scottish liberal peer and one of the first ever patrons of the SFA. A year later, they faced England in the blue and white hoops of rugby side Edinburgh Academicals and the following year faced Wales in a kit which is similar to the current Hamilton Accies home jersey.

After a number of years rotating between the navy blue jersey, the Earl of Rosebery inspired colours and even a black and white Queens Park inspired kit, Scotland permanently adopted the navy jersey in 1935. Various tweaks have been made over the years, for example white sleeves were common place in the early years but are no longer part of the kit, but the core principles of the design have remained consistent over time.

Scotland Away Shirt

Scotland have had some rather interesting away kits over recent years. While white was the popular choice in their earlier history, there have been some rather different choices in the more recent past. Pink has been a popular choice with kit manufacturers and has been met with a mixed reaction from the Tartan Army.

In 2014, they released a white shirt with yellow and pink patterns based on the original Earl of Rosebery design, however this did not go down well with supporters. Unperturbed, Adidas followed this up with a bright pink jersey which again was met with a mixed response, particularly as it was worn during some disappointing defeats for the national side.

Scotland Kit History

Scotland are currently in a multi-year partnership with German sports brand Adidas, who took over the contract from Diadora. In truth, the quality of the Diadora kits left a lot to be desired and Adidas have added a degree of professionalism to the design.

Despite the underachievement of the national team, Scotland shirts continue to sell well as the Tartan Army show their love for their country and pride in the national team.