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Admiral Sporting Goods Co. Drop The Leeds Collection

Tapping into their deep-rooted connection with the Yorkshire city, Admiral Sporting Goods Co. drop 'The Leeds Collection', teaming up with three icons from the city of Leeds itself to drop a unique selection of T-shirts celebrating music and football culture.

Admiral have a strong heritage in the game, effectively kickstarting the football kit replica revolution when they created a shirt for Leeds United that featured several colours rather than just one block way back in 1973. It was a radical move that not only marked Admiral out as trailblazers, it also cemented the relationship between club and brand forevermore. 

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Now, Admiral’s fashion arm, Admiral Sporting Goods, link up with three icons of Leeds in Brudenell Social Club, The Square Ball and Crash Records to drop a unique selection of T-shirts celebrating music and football culture. 

The unique graphic that features across the tees has been created by designer Daren Newman, and it takes inspiration from the Corn Exchange, Yorkshire Rose and original coat of arms of the city, which is all encapsulated around the partners from the collaboration.

The t-shirts drop at the different locations on Friday 11 March, celebrating the city and the invention of the first ever football kit with each venue having a unique colourway: Blue is available from , Yellow will be in-store at Crash Records and Rubber is available from the legendary Brudenell Social Club.

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The Leeds Collection is available at

Daniel Jones

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