TFFC FIRST TEAM PLAYING KITS
1970 (Temple Fortune's first match)
1970/71, 1972/73, 1973/74 and 1975/76
1976/77 and 1977/78
1978/79 and 1979/80
1980/81
1981/82, 1982/83, 1983/84 and 1984/85
1985/86 and 1986/87
1987/88
1988/89
1989/90
1990/91 and 1991/92
1992/93 and 1993/94
1994/95
1995/96, 1996/97, 1997/88 and 1998/99
1999/00 and 2000/01
2001/02
2002/03, 2003/04, 2004/05 and 2005/06
2006/07 and 2007/08
2008/09
2009/10
2010/11
2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14 and 2014/15
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
Kit status: Players' wore their own white school PE T-shirts and shorts during the Club's very first 11-a-side match
Number of seasons in use: Actually 1 match only!
Manufacturers: Unknown
Suppliers: Probably schools
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: No numerals
Usual socks used: Players wore their own socks
Comments (if any): Standard school PE shorts were white or navy
Kit status: New shirts, players provided their own white shorts
Number of seasons in use: 4
Manufacturers: Unknown
Suppliers: Pullens Schoolwear in Temple Fortune Parade
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: No numerals
Usual socks used: Players wore their own socks
Comments (if any): Sometimes navy shorts were worn instead of white. Matches were not played during season 1971/72 and 1974/75
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers and suppliers: Soccertogs by mail order
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: Black numerals
Usual socks used: Green socks
Comments (if any): The Club's first season in the MSFL, Temple Fortune first wore these colours on Sunday 5th September 1976 in an away league fixture against Bushey United in Watford
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers: Coffer Sports
Suppliers: Unknown
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: No numerals
Usual socks used: Royal blue with red and white hooped tops
Comments (if any): Martin Leigh purchased this new kit
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers: Coffer Sports
Suppliers: Unknown
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: No numerals
Usual socks used: Red with blue and white hooped tops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 4
Manufacturers: Umbro
Suppliers: Pullens Schoolwear in Temple Fortune Parade
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: No numerals
Usual socks used: Red
Comments (if any): New red shorts in 1983/84. This kit was used in the First Team's first match in the MSFL Premier Division and also the 1982 Peter Morrison Trophy (Southern Area) Final
Kit status: Formerly used by Second Team in 1983/84, new red shorts
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers: Umbro
Suppliers: Unknown
Sponsorship: None
On reverse of shirt: No numerals
Usual socks used: Red
Comments (if any): Effectively Temple Fortune's first complete yellow and red kit, it was worn during the First Team's MSFL Second Division championship-winning season (1985/86)
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers: 2000
Suppliers: Pollard Sports via Clive Pollard (TFFC player)
Sponsorship: Pollard Sports
On reverse of shirt: Black numerals
Usual socks used: Red
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: New shirts, same shorts
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers: Spall
Suppliers: Pollard Sports via Clive Pollard (TFFC player)
Sponsorship: Pollard Sports
On reverse of shirt: Black numerals
Usual socks used: Red
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers and suppliers New Olympic
Sponsorship: Ultratown via Alan Mattey (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: Black numerals
Usual socks used: Red with yellow and red hooped tops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers and suppliers New Olympic
Sponsorship: Zoo Systems via Nigel Conway (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: Red numerals
Usual socks used: Red with yellow and red hooped tops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: New shirts, same shorts
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers and suppliers Unknown
Sponsorship: Salamon Boys via Mark Abrahams (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: Black numerals
Usual socks used: Red with yellow and red hooped tops
Comments (if any):
Kit status: Reintroduction of 1990/91 shirts, new red shorts
Number of seasons in use: 1
Usual socks used: Red socks
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 4
Manufacturers and suppliers Kellys of Liverpool
Sponsorship: Kingsleys Estates via Murray Lee (friend of Peter Kyte)
On reverse of shirt: Red numerals
Usual socks used: Red with navy and red hooped tops
Comments (if any): Kingsleys wanted to use royal blue but Nigel Kyte, unkeen to move away from Temple Fortune's yellow and red theme, compromised on using navy blue instead, which effectively became the Club's third colours. This kit from Kellys included sufficent red (including the numerals) to maintain the traditional colours. Note how navy was used in subsequent kits, mainly in the printing
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers and suppliers Kellys of Liverpool
Sponsorship: Honorary Members
On reverse of shirt: Curved TFFC lettering in navy and navy numerals
Usual socks used: Red and yellow hoops
Comments (if any): A group of TFFC's Honorary Members (Jonathan Davidoff, Tony Espinoza, Steve Feiger, Jeremy Fess, Phil Friend, Nigel Kyte, Peter Kyte, Brian Silver and Nick Waitsman) contributed towards the purchase of these new shirts
Kit status: Same shirts, new shorts
Number of seasons in use: 1
Usual socks used: Red and yellow hoops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: New shirts, same shorts. New shorts added in 2004/05 in same style
Number of seasons in use: 4
Manufacturers and suppliers: Pendle Sportswear
Sponsorship: Turnhold Properties via Garry Simpson (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: Red numerals
Usual socks used: Navy with yellow and navy hooped tops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 2
Manufacturers and suppliers Soccer Company, Liverpool
Sponsorship: Bekhors via Gary Bekhor (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: Navy numerals
Usual socks used: Green with one white hoop at top
Comments (if any): This kit was purchased as a new-style variation of the original green and white kit used in 1976/77 and commemorated 30 years in the MSFL
Kit status: Formerly used by Old Boys Team in 2004/05
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers and suppliers: Maudesport
Sponsorship: Bekhors.com via Gary Bekhor (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: Black numerals with white outlines
Usual socks used: Red with one yellow hooped tops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Formerly used by Old Boys Team in 2007/08
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers and suppliers: Soccer Company
Sponsorship: Ellis & Co via James Ryan (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: TFFC lettering in yellow and yellow numerals
Usual socks used: Red with yellow and red hooped tops
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers: Errea Sportswear (Italy)
Suppliers: Pro Teamwear UK
Sponsorship: Daniel Stewart & Company via Paul Walker (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: TFFC lettering in red and red numerals
Usual socks used: Yellow
Comments (if any): This kit was worn when the First Team won the MSFL Second Division championship for the second time
Kit status: Complete new playing kit was purchased to replace the 2010/11 one which was reportedly stolen in December 2010 from the car of Matt Gilbery, one of the First Team players
Number of seasons in use: 4
Manufacturers: Errea Sportswear (Italy)
Suppliers: Pro Teamwear UK
Sponsorship: Daniel Stewart & Company (in name only)
On reverse of shirt: TFFC lettering in red and red numerals
Usual socks used: Yellow
Comments (if any): Matt Gilbery paid £440 towards the cost of the replacement kit. Green socks with one white hoop at top were used in 2013/14 (2006/07 unused stock); red socks in 2014/15
Kit status: Formerly used by Old Boys Team in 2008/09
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers and suppliers: Soccer Company
Sponsorship: Ellis & Co via James Ryan (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: TFFC lettering in navy and navy numerals
Usual socks used: New navy socks with red side stripes from Pendle Sportswear
Comments (if any): The shirts were reintroduced because they carried the 40 Years emblem which appropriately commemorated TFFC's 40th season in Maccabi football
Kit status: Complete new playing kit
Number of seasons in use: 1
Manufacturers: Attack (Pro Teamwear UK's brand)
Suppliers: Pro Teamwear UK
Sponsorship: Ellis & Co via James Ryan (TFFC player)
On reverse of shirt: TFFC lettering in yellow and yellow numerals
Usual socks used: Yellow
Comments (if any): None
Kit status: Same shirts, new navy shorts with yellow curved design
Number of seasons in use: 1
Usual socks used: Red with yellow and red hooped tops
Comments (if any): None