Bolton Wanderers have had some great kits over the years but nothing comes close to this bad boy.
The 1994-95 Bolton Wanderers home shirt is an absolute classic.
In 1994 Bolton Wanders were building a team to compete in the top flight. They were managed by Bruce Rioch and had up and coming players Jason McAteer and Alan Thompson playing with old pro’s like John McGinlay and Mixu Paatelainen. They finished 3rd in First Division and got to the final of the League Cup.
It was made by Reebok who were venturing into English football with sponsorship of Aston Villa and Liverpool.
The shirt was banging. Not only was it made by Reebok but it was sponsored by Reebok with their name on the sleeves along with the crest for the Football League.
On the back is original numbering from Reebok with #10 on the back. John McGinlay, who was Bolton’s top scorer that season with 22 goals.
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