There are many wonderful websites and online resources dedicated to football kit design. Here's a selection of those I recommend you visit.
From the master illustrator John Devlin, a website that builds on the thoroughly-researched content of his two True Colours books. Blog articles, updates and more kit imagery than you can shake a stick at all come together to make one of the best kit design sites around.
If you've ever wanted to design a football kit and show it off to the whole world, this is the place to do it. Allow Jay, Design Football's commander-in-chief to guide you through the process with podcasts, competitions and all the resources you need to immerse yourself in fantasy kit heaven.
The very epitome of devotion to the kit history of one team, Les Motherby has done his favourite club, Hull City, proud. Featuring photographs, write-ups and blog posts about The Tigers, there's something for every kit fan here, whether you're a Hull City fan or otherwise.
Just about every football kit ever known from English and Scottish football history and beyond, illustrated and presented with enough supplementary information to complete your ideal personal kit design experience.
A magnificent photograph resource featuring well over 100,000 shirts uploaded by fans since the website started in 2006.
Denis Hurley's tribute to the world of kit design, complete with illustrations galore and regular features such as the ever-popular 'Midweek Mashup' and 'Fantasy Kit Friday.'
Denis Hurley presents a cavalcade in white, green and red as the kits of his favourite club fall sharply into focus. Enjoy a trip down memory lane as the many and varied designs decorate your screen in vivid detail.
Join James Taylor as he takes you through his own personal football shirt collection and describes the place each shirt has in the rich history of football kit design.
Seemingly every football shirt under the sun available to buy for your personal collection. Probably not even 'seemingly'.
Need an outlet for purchasing classic retro football shirts? This one's recommended - you won't be disappointed with the wide range on offer. It also has a great News section that's well worth checking out regularly...
A magnificent graphical history of Derby County kits ranging from 1884 to the present day.