Fantasy Kit Friday, 9-11-17 – Republic of Ireland, 1994
Nicky MacCrimmon has been creative with requests for Fantasy Kit Friday.
This was his suggestion back in February…
This week's #fantasykitfriday is a two-for-one – @nickyrannoch requested a swapping of mid-80s Dundee and Dundee United kits pic.twitter.com/vuwm4WehRG
— Museum of Jerseys (@museumofjerseys) February 3, 2017
…and he followed that up in the summer with another one – what if the Republic of Ireland had had a kit similar to Scotland’s 1994-96 outfit?
With the important World Cup qualifier against Denmark this Saturday and Tuesday, it seemed like a perfect time to try it.
For those who can’t recall, that Scotland kit featured a tartan pattern – and there is an official pattern called Ireland’s National (albeit registered by a man in Spring City, Pennsylvania, USA).
Opinions may be mixed on its success, but it was definitely worth trying. The decision to go with a green and white crest was based on the fact that the orange of the real one would have looked out of place.
- If you’d prefer to see real Ireland kits, Eddie O’Mahony’s new book, 40 Shades of Green, has sold out its first print but should be in the FAI Shop soon
2 thoughts on “Fantasy Kit Friday, 9-11-17 – Republic of Ireland, 1994”
could you make the next Fantasy Kit Friday .slovenia v scotland from the 8.10.17 i think it would really cool to see
Those shorts sort of remind me of the pair Celtic wore on their white third kit (marketed as their “international away kit” in 2009/10…