Football is a major part of the culture in the U.K. and as much as the nation follows the highest levels of the sport, Britain also understands the importance of its grassroots level. And while there are grassroots clubs across the country that have garnered huge followings on YouTube — such as the SE Dons and Hashtag United — one club that is doing things differently is the Soho Warriors. The East London team is made up of a collective of illustrators, designers, writers, models, and directors who have worked with the likes of adidas and Stone Island, and they meet on the football pitch every week to play and connect through their love of creative outlets.
With this being said, the 2010-launched club has just presented its upcoming kits via FIFA 23 and the designs look to build on the fashion-football synergy the team has built since its launch. Both the home and away shirts draw inspiration from a local church that sits at one end of the club’s pitch in Haggerston. The home jersey features a red-check glow, while the away strip is coated in a light beige hue — yet both designs are reminiscent of the church windows that the squad sees regularly.
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You can have a closer look at the Soho Warrior F.C. jerseys above above and they are both available to wear IRL and you can pre-order them on the official Soho Warriors website.