Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 2 August 2015

Signed Linfield shirt on offer

Published 02/08/2008 | 13:24

Lucy Evangelista in the new Linfield Football strip
Lucy Evangelista in the new Linfield Football strip

Linfield will have a new look when they kick-off their defence of the Irish Premier League title next Saturday.

Sportswear manufacturers UMBRO have produced a new home kit for the Blues, which was lauched this morning at Windsor Park and is now on sale at outlets throughout Northern Ireland.

The Linfield players will wear it for the first time when they take on Irish FA Championship side Larne in a Windsor Park friendly this afternoon and then next weekend when they travel to Lisburn Distillery for the opening day fixtures in the new Irish FA Premiership.

The new kit sees a slight change for Linfield in that instead of the normal red socks they will now wear blue, but the rest of it is in line with the club’s traditions.

And with the club’s striking red away shirt unveiled at the end of last season for the Irish Cup final, the defending champions really will be one of the best dressed teams in the new campaign.

The Belfast Telegraph has linked up with UMBRO to get one of the new Linfield shirts signed by the entire first-team

squad and you can win it by answering this simple question.

Which player scored Linfield’s goal in their Champions League game against Dinamo Zagreb?

If you think know the answer then email it with your name, address and a contact number to:, marking your email Linfield shirt competition.

If you aren’t lucky enough to win the shirt it is now available to buy.

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