Home Shirts 1986 - 2004
  1. 1986 Home Shirt
    This is the oldest outfield shirt I have. It was the first to resume the 'Train and Robin' style crest after the 'Traffic Sign' badge of the 70's and early 80's . Its also the last time a Town shirt had pinstripes. Real classic 80's look and feel to this shirt. They literally do not make them like this anymore.
    1986 Home Shirt
    Spall LLG
  2. 1991 Home Shirt
    So this shirt is remarkable in many ways. As part of the deal that brought Glen Hoddle to Wiltshire, he was allowed a say in the design of the shirts worn that season, marketed under 'Diamond Leisure'. There was a new 'sexy' diamond badge and green was included in the trim. The shirt has a kind of diamond pattern on the fabric, but its quite subtle (not like the away). The Hoddle team was amazing to watch and I will always associate this shirt with seeing that great team play.
    1991 Home Shirt
    Diamond Leisure Burmah
  3. 1993 Home Shirt
    This shirt was actually first worn in the Play Off Final against Leicester. It will of course always be remembered as the shirt Town wore in the top flight. Made by Loki it has a bizarre 'flame' print detail. At the time this abstract patterning was popular in shirt design e.g. Norwich and Coventry from that season as well. Of course after falling out of the Prem it was worn for the following disappointing season where we fell back into the 3rd tier. Still a top shirt that is instantly recognized even by fans who weren't alive 22 years ago.
    1993 Home Shirt
    Loki Burmah
  4. 1997 Home Shirt
    So this next Mizuno shirt is again quality. It has little details such as STFC repeated inside the back hem. These shirts were massive as replicas and always seemed to fit a size to big. It was a well styled simple and solid shirt for two seasons in the old Division 1 when at one point Town briefly topped the League.
    1997 Home Shirt
    Mizuno Nationwide
  5. 2000 Home Shirt
    So you know your in the 3rd tier when Xara become your kit supplier. A totally unremarkable shirt that I can't remember wearing more than twice (even over those two seasons).
    2000 Home Shirt
    Xara Nationwide
  6. 2004 Home Shirt
    This shirt is basically a cheap copy of the popular designs by Kappa where the seams appear to be on the outside. However the Kappa shirts were made from decent material and this is just another bland unimaginative lower league shirt. Oh and the sponsors logo gets damaged if washed at 40 degrees.
    2004 Home Shirt
    Strikeforce Nationwide
  7. 1989 Home Shirt
    Despite being quite 'boxy' this last Spall is possibly my all time favourite home shirt. This was the shirt the team wore when I began going to matches, and of course was worn in the Play Off Final win against Sunderland. What followed after, with the demotion back down due to 'financial irregularities' just made me more determined to follow the team. In 1990 I went to Uni in Norwich and supporting Swindon was a link back to my folks back in Wiltshire.
    1989 Home Shirt
    Spall GWR Radio
  8. 1999 Home Shirt
    Lotto signed a kit deal with Swindon but the deal included a clause that they finish as supplier if Town got relegated (which they did). I just remember wearing this shirt as the club sold player after player and relegation looked inevitable. First Town shirt in the modern replica era to have a centred badge, again something numerous other teams had begun to do. Oh and it is ridiculously shiny material.
    1999 Home Shirt
    Lotto Nationwide
  9. 2003 Home Shirt
    So I think this is Okay, but basically the last few seasons of home shirts have been awful. It was a lot of white in it so has a bit of an 'Ajax' feel to it and it was worn in a pretty good season that ended with play-off defeat to Brighton.
    2003 Home Shirt
    Strikeforce Nationwide
  10. 1987 Home Shirt
    From pinstripes to diagonal candy stripes. This shirt ran from 1987 season to 1989. Again its a great looking 80's shirt, clean uncluttered, V - neck, classic badge. Pre 1990 not many adults wore or bought replica shirts as it was considered a 'kids' thing. Spall used a similar template for Millwall and Gillingham that season.
    1987 Home Shirt
    Spall LLG
  11. 1995 Home Shirt
    Now I like this Mizuno shirt. They are best known for golf stuff but this shirt is quality and unlike modern Adidas/Nike templates it has little details that make it unique to Town. Details such as STFC letters on the collar and diamond logo woven in the fabric. Very underrated shirt. We need more stuff like this now!
    1995 Home Shirt
    Mizuno Castrol
  12. 2002 Home Shirt
    This piece of crap is truly the worst shirt ever (even more than the 07 shirt). It is huge and the fabric is like the cheap PE kit you had to but with your school logo on it. The felt Nationwide logo feels as heavy as a licence plate. Apparently the players also hated it due to its weight which increased even more when playing in the rain. Truly the Nadir of all Swindon shirts. Never worn since and started to make me think that buying every replica from the club was a waste of money. Thanks DGI!
    2002 Home Shirt
    DGI Nationwide
  13. 1986 Home Shirt
    This is the oldest outfield shirt I have. It was the first to resume the 'Train and Robin' style crest after the 'Traffic Sign' badge of the 70's and early 80's . Its also the last time a Town shirt had pinstripes. Real classic 80's look and feel to this shirt. They literally do not make them like this anymore.
    1986 Home Shirt
    Spall LLG
  14. 1987 Home Shirt
    From pinstripes to diagonal candy stripes. This shirt ran from 1987 season to 1989. Again its a great looking 80's shirt, clean uncluttered, V - neck, classic badge. Pre 1990 not many adults wore or bought replica shirts as it was considered a 'kids' thing. Spall used a similar template for Millwall and Gillingham that season.
    1987 Home Shirt
    Spall LLG
  15. 1989 Home Shirt
    Despite being quite 'boxy' this last Spall is possibly my all time favourite home shirt. This was the shirt the team wore when I began going to matches, and of course was worn in the Play Off Final win against Sunderland. What followed after, with the demotion back down due to 'financial irregularities' just made me more determined to follow the team. In 1990 I went to Uni in Norwich and supporting Swindon was a link back to my folks back in Wiltshire.
    1989 Home Shirt
    Spall GWR Radio
  16. 1991 Home Shirt
    So this shirt is remarkable in many ways. As part of the deal that brought Glen Hoddle to Wiltshire, he was allowed a say in the design of the shirts worn that season, marketed under 'Diamond Leisure'. There was a new 'sexy' diamond badge and green was included in the trim. The shirt has a kind of diamond pattern on the fabric, but its quite subtle (not like the away). The Hoddle team was amazing to watch and I will always associate this shirt with seeing that great team play.
    1991 Home Shirt
    Diamond Leisure Burmah
  17. 1993 Home Shirt
    This shirt was actually first worn in the Play Off Final against Leicester. It will of course always be remembered as the shirt Town wore in the top flight. Made by Loki it has a bizarre 'flame' print detail. At the time this abstract patterning was popular in shirt design e.g. Norwich and Coventry from that season as well. Of course after falling out of the Prem it was worn for the following disappointing season where we fell back into the 3rd tier. Still a top shirt that is instantly recognized even by fans who weren't alive 22 years ago.
    1993 Home Shirt
    Loki Burmah
  18. 1995 Home Shirt
    Now I like this Mizuno shirt. They are best known for golf stuff but this shirt is quality and unlike modern Adidas/Nike templates it has little details that make it unique to Town. Details such as STFC letters on the collar and diamond logo woven in the fabric. Very underrated shirt. We need more stuff like this now!
    1995 Home Shirt
    Mizuno Castrol
  19. 1997 Home Shirt
    So this next Mizuno shirt is again quality. It has little details such as STFC repeated inside the back hem. These shirts were massive as replicas and always seemed to fit a size to big. It was a well styled simple and solid shirt for two seasons in the old Division 1 when at one point Town briefly topped the League.
    1997 Home Shirt
    Mizuno Nationwide
  20. 1999 Home Shirt
    Lotto signed a kit deal with Swindon but the deal included a clause that they finish as supplier if Town got relegated (which they did). I just remember wearing this shirt as the club sold player after player and relegation looked inevitable. First Town shirt in the modern replica era to have a centred badge, again something numerous other teams had begun to do. Oh and it is ridiculously shiny material.
    1999 Home Shirt
    Lotto Nationwide
  21. 2000 Home Shirt
    So you know your in the 3rd tier when Xara become your kit supplier. A totally unremarkable shirt that I can't remember wearing more than twice (even over those two seasons).
    2000 Home Shirt
    Xara Nationwide
  22. 2002 Home Shirt
    This piece of crap is truly the worst shirt ever (even more than the 07 shirt). It is huge and the fabric is like the cheap PE kit you had to but with your school logo on it. The felt Nationwide logo feels as heavy as a licence plate. Apparently the players also hated it due to its weight which increased even more when playing in the rain. Truly the Nadir of all Swindon shirts. Never worn since and started to make me think that buying every replica from the club was a waste of money. Thanks DGI!
    2002 Home Shirt
    DGI Nationwide
  23. 2004 Home Shirt
    This shirt is basically a cheap copy of the popular designs by Kappa where the seams appear to be on the outside. However the Kappa shirts were made from decent material and this is just another bland unimaginative lower league shirt. Oh and the sponsors logo gets damaged if washed at 40 degrees.
    2004 Home Shirt
    Strikeforce Nationwide