England football shirts - green white hoops
This page shows shirts from English teams that also have the green white hoops or stripes, or that are similar to the Stromp shirt (one side green, one side white). Not all the jerseys are from football clubs, other sports such as rugby are represented. In fact, hoops or horizontal stripes are particularly popular with rugby teams. Many of the clubs shown here are from the Premiership, but also from other leagues, and there are shirts from several non-league and amateur clubs from all over England.
There are many other English clubs that wear the hoops that are not represented here, either because it has not yet possible to get one of their shirts (or good quality photos), or because I simply do not know about them.
There are probably many more teams in Europe that wear the green white hoops! If you know any, let me know! But first check the English teams section, and also the continental European teams section. And see the links above for American, African, Asian and Australian green white hooped kits!
Alsager Celtic FC
England. Matchworn jersey. Alsager Celtic is a football team dedicated to the local children and youth. Itt is run by the parents of the players, that mostly stay together since mini football
Aylesbury United FC
England. Child shirt. The team, nicknamed "The Ducks", is a classic English club formed in 1897 that plays in the lower leagues. They have been champions of the Southern League.
Bradford Park Avenue AFC
England. With roots in 1880 as a rugby club, football was soon adopted and eventually became dominant. The green white colours only came in 1911, with red, amber and black being kept as second kit.
Something special: a Catholic football club in England
Catholic United Football Club has had different names in its history that started in 1959. What has remained steadfast is the name Catholic, and with it the reputation for all that is good in the game. This shirt was very gently sent to me by the Chairman of the Club.
Catholic United FC
England, team shirt. First known as Southend Catholic, then Catholic Athletic. The Club reached the Charity Cup Final with kits given by Celtic Glasgow, and thus wear the green white hoops
With thanks to the Chairman of the Club, Mr. Warren O'Neil
Eltham Progress FC
England, match worn shirt. Eltham Progress are a football team from Charlton, London. They play in the Orpington & Bromley Sunday Football League, Division 1
Farsley Celtic A.F.C
England. Football shirt from this club formed in 1908. Since 2010 it competes in the Koolsport Northern Counties East League
England. Rugby jersey. Traditional club formed in 1887, it wears the green and white hoops of Durham School. In the 1990s the club split in two, the other half being the Newcastle Falcons
Greenford Celtic FC
England, match worn shirt. A youth football club formed in 1986, where young people meet to play football games and take part in training. It has U7 to U18 teams as well as a senior team
Guildford & Godalming Rugby Football Club
England. The Guildford & Godalming Rugby Football Club is now called Guildford Rugby Club after merging in 2002 with the Old Guildfordians RFC. Guildford, in Surrey, is the only English town with a cathedral.
Knaresborough Celtic Junior FC
England. Match worn. Founded in 1995, Knaresborough Celtic Junior Football Club is a community club for the local children from U8 to U17 plus a senior team
Lincoln City FC
England, away shirt 1998/99. Formed in 1884 based on a team that had been playing since the 1860s, Lincoln City became professional in 1891. It has played several times in Division 2
London Road Lions
England, amateur youth team. Match worn kit. This is a particularly beautiful shirt, because the club's symbol is a rampant lion over green/white stripes. It doesn't get better than that.
England, match worn away shirt from 2002/2003. Formed in 1896 or 1897 as an amateur club, its colours are blue and white. This is a rare green/white kit
England, alternative shirt 1994/96. Most of the club's founders were Scottish so the club's colours are blue and white. Known as the Lions, Milwall won the Second Division championship in 1987/88
Northwhich Victoria FC
England. Home shirt. Known as The Vics or The Trickies, this team formed in 1874 is named in honour of the reigning monarch, Queen Victoria
Nottingham Rugby FC
England. Rugby union club, home shirt. Formed in 1877 when Alick Birkin returned to Nottingham from Rugby School. V.H.Cartwright was Nottingham's first international player between 1904 and 1906, followed by many others, mainly in the 1980s
Queen's Park Rangers
England. Third shirt 2004/05. This is a very strange football shirt, made of teflon. Queens Park Rangers were formed in 1882 as the St Judes. They became QPR after merging with the Christchurch Rangers in 1886. Their main colour is blue/white
Ridge Hills Celtic
England. Five a side match worn shirt. Ridge Hill Celtic has youth and senior football teams
Soham Town Rangers FC
England, match worn home shirt. Formed in 1947 from Soham Rangers and Soham Town, this club plays in minor leagues
West Hartlepool Rugby FC
England, rugby team. This is one of the ugliest shirts in the collection - so much red. It's fantastic quality though.
Yeovil Town FC
England. Replica home shirt. With two rampant lions on its crest, and playing with the green white horizontal hoops since 2003/04, Yeovil Town F.C. are an English association football team founded in 1890
Yeovil Town FC
With thanks to Mr. Vitor Guimarãis