Sunday, 15 January 2017

The Football Attic Kit Podcast 12: National League 2016-17

Happy New Year, kit lovers everywhere!

Welcome to another 12-month period of adulation, criticism and analysis of the best kits the world has to offer, courtesy of your hosts, Chris Oakley and Rich Johnson.

To start the year off as we mean to go on, we bring you a new episode which this time features a Kit Collection discussion where we pick our favourite three home and away kits from the National League 2016-17. Yes, it's non-league fun all the way, not least because our Kit Off poll this week also takes its cue from tier 5 of football in England and Wales. See below for details...

As well as all that, we've also got some kit news that takes us almost to all four corners of the globe, plus we find out what football shirts you were hoping to get from Santa. And if you're still dissatisfied after all that, you really should try listening to somebody else's football kit podcast...

To hear Episode 12, you can subscribe to us on iTunes or you can download the podcast here. Thanks for listening!


We asked you to pick your favourite away shirt from three that belonged to National League teams in the 2016-17 season.

The poll is now closed and the final result was as follows:

1st - Shirt A (Dagenham & Redbridge)           37%
2nd - Shirt C (Tranmere Rovers)      33%
3rd - Shirt B (Solihull Moors)          31%

Total number of votes: 106

Thanks for taking part!

A crib sheet is available featuring pictures of all the kits mentioned in this podcast, plus links to the websites and projects mentioned. Send us an email if you'd like access to our shared Google Doc now, and we'll do the rest!


  1. As a Wrexham fan I was disappointed we went with Macron but it seems to be a rite of passage these days for a non-league club and this season's effort isn't that bad, I suppose.

    I expected a template job (albeit that this seems to be an old template - Hereford had it last season and I don't think it was new then) and the fact that it won a fan vote means I can't hate it too much.

    (BTW, I've got a blog here - - but OpenID isn't recognising the URL!)

    1. Thanks for your comment, Liam. I gave my official response to it during the latest podcast - and gave your website a plug too!

      All the best - Chris.