Queens Park Rangers


View From were more association with manufacturing clothing for athletics and their two-year stint with QPR remains their only involvement in top-level football. The crew neck and trim around the ends of the sleeves and shorts bore similarities with the home strip of Rangers from Glasgow at the time. After coming eighth in 1994-95, Rangers would unfortunately end up relegated at the end of 1995-96.
Blue change shorts, worn at the likes of Arsenal, Aston Villa, Manchester United and Nottingham Forest. Rather than all-blue sleeves like the short-sleeved shirt, the long-sleeved ones had a lower white hoop.
While red and black had formed the palette for QPR change kits for a decade and a half, View From mixed things up with a navy affair that referenced the club's hoops with white horizontal pinstripes.
Prior to the introduction of the third kit, Rangers travelled to face Bolton Wanderers, who had navy shorts and socks, and the sets from the home kit were used.
Later in the season, the third kit shorts and socks were used away to Tottenham Hotspur and Sheffield Wednesday.
Almost a reversal of the away strip - apart from the contrasting neck and lack of pinstripes - the third strip was used against teams in royal or navy blue. All-white appeared at Wimbledon.
The away shorts were used in the third shirt's first outing, away to Everton in November.
White-white-navy combination seen against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
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