In the National Football Museum’s brand new football podcast series, Strip! How Football Got Shirty, exhibition curator Jon Sutton and exhibition designer Tim Ashmore discuss the humble football shirt’s place within the very fabric of the game.
The National Football Museum is England’s only national museum for football. It explores the impact of football on our lives and how it shapes identities. The Museum offers opportunities to explore the history of the beautiful game through the world’s finest collection of football objects.
Join the team at the Museum as they delve into stories of football shirt design, technology and sponsorship, chat with key figures and experts within the industry and pore over the best (and worst) kits of all time.
The six episodes cover wide-ranfing topics ranging from the first century of the strip, the rise of the replica shirt and the development of kit in the women's game, to the impact of football kit on the environment.
The podcasts can be downloaded from the usual outlets and Strip! How Football Got Shirty is on display at the National Football Museum until Spring 2021:
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The National Football Museum is England's national museum of football. It preserves, conserves and displays important collections of football memorabilia.