The Great MOJ Football Kits Quiz

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We have wanted to do a quiz for quite a while and finally got a bit of time to compile this one.

The fear is that it may be a bit too difficult and too focused on the past, but hopefully it’s the first of many and feedback will be taken into account when putting future editions together.

Let us know how you do by tweeting @museumofjerseys – good luck!


Clarence Seedorf's club career included some fine kits but he only wore one of these, which one?

Correct! Wrong!

The Dutch international moved from Internazionale to AC Milan in 2002 and would remain with the Rossoneri for ten years

Which English club provided the opposition in 1979 when Barcelona wore white shirts for the final time?

Correct! Wrong!

The 1978-79 European Cup Winners' Cup quarter-final tie was the second season in a row that Ipswich had met Barcelona in Europe - in the 1977-78 Uefa Cup, Barça had worn yellow sashed shirts at Portman Road before wearing white away to Aston Villa in the next round.

Which of these was the USA’s change kit at the 2014 World Cup?

Correct! Wrong!

Umbro took over as Brazil's kit manufacturer in 1991 - which company produced the strip immediately before that?

Correct! Wrong!

Topper produced the Brazil kit from 1980-91.

Which of these England kits was worn only once by the senior men’s team?

Correct! Wrong!

Dennis Wise scored the only goal on his debut as England beat Turkey 1-0 in May 1991, the only outing for the kit immortalised in the video for World in Motion

Romania wore a multitude of adidas kits in the 1990s, but which one of these is fictional?

Correct! Wrong!

Of the 22 founding members of the Premier League, which has had a new home kit design in each season in which they have been in the competition?

Correct! Wrong!

Middlesbrough's 1992 Admiral home shirt was the last one to have a two-year lifespan but the second year was spent in the first division following relegation at the end of the inaugural Premier League season. Arsenal are the last Premier League team to have had a two-season home strip (2012-14).

This adidas design was used by which Bundesliga club in 1996 (can be home or away)?

Correct! Wrong!

Which of these is the correctly sponsored Leeds United 2009-10 kit?

Correct! Wrong! sponsored Leeds from 2008-11, replacing RedKite, before Enterprise Insurance took over. The club have been sponsored by 32Red since 2016.

Opel sponsored a number of teams in the 1980s and 1990s, but one of these teams did not - which is the fantasy effort?

Correct! Wrong!

The Great Museum of Jerseys Football Kit Quiz

There must be some positives. Unfortunately, we can't think of them right now.

Hard to put a good spin on this one, sadly.

Something to build on for next time.

Looks bad, but not horrific

On first glance it's not great, but it's not the worst

Not the best, not the worst

High hopes but not borne out by results

Good going but room for improvement

No fuss but a fine outcome

Almost perfect

The absolute best

12 comments on “The Great MOJ Football Kits Quiz

  1. Jordi

    Got 5/10.

    Did not remember seedorf with inter

    Looking forward to see the next quizá.

    Btw. Did you got my email Denis?

  2. Terence Ryan

    Great work, really enjoyed that! (7/10 but with a few inspired guesses. Need to brush up on my kits before the next installment…)


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