Reggae legend Bob Marley makes an appearance in new Bohemians FC kit
Irish football club Bohemians FC have revealed their new away kit to be used for the 2019 season which features reggae legend Bob Marley.
On Tuesday, October 23, the club made the announcement on their social media saying the kit will cement the stadium’s special place in the hearts of football fans worldwide.
The jersey, which was designed by the clubs new kit supplier O’Neills to pay tribute to the clubs musical history, is white and features yellow, green and red stripes on the left side, with Bob Marley’s face in black and white at the bottom.
“We are delighted to reveal our 2019 away jersey. Designed by #Bohs in conjunction with our new kit suppliers O’Neills, it gives a nod to Dalymount's special place in the hearts of football and music fans,” read the club’s tweet.
We are delighted to reveal our 2019 away jersey.
Designed by #Bohs in conjunction with our new kit suppliers O’Neills, it gives a nod to Dalymount's special place in the hearts of football and music fans.
Available for pre-order in time for Christmas: https://t.co/gCjzKUSiJK ???? pic.twitter.com/H6ZMlIMLQA — Bohemian FC ????? (@bfcdublin) October 23, 2018
Dalymount Park, Bohemians’ stadium hosted a Bob Marley concert in 1980.
The ‘Home of Irish Football’, as it is usually referred to, was also graced by Thin Lizzy and the Boomtown Rats in the 1970s and Meatloaf and Black Sabbath, along with Marley in the 80s.
Other music legends who performed at the iconic stadium include Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Faith No More, Ice Cube and Sonic Youth.
- Man City, Barcelona legend Yaya Toure retiresFootball 1 week ago
- Wilfred Bungei: Alcohol nearly ruined meAthletics 1 month ago
- Liverpool defender reveals Champions League game plan to stop MessiFootball 3 weeks ago
- Former Premier League star reveals how close he came to committing suicidePremier League 3 weeks ago
- Stage set for Kenya Cup play-offs clashRugby 1 month ago
- Liverpool back on top as Salah stunner kills off Hazard’s ChelseaFootball 1 month ago
- Former Harambee Stars Goalkeeper Francis Onyiso on football, public apology to wife and training soldiersFootball 1 week ago