The GAA Kits Blog
Graphical accounts of counties' kit histories can be accessed here.
The kits worn in the hybrid International Rules games between Ireland and Australia.
Site curator Denis Hurley talking to Neil Delamere about some of the stories behind the origins of county colours.
Kerry and Mayo both have predominantly green shirts, but that hasn't always resulted in change kits being worn whey they have met.
Different shirts in three consecutive games? It has happened, and more than once too.
Every so often, clashes with the opposition leave GAA goalkeepers having to find emergency solutions.
The three-stripe design is synonymous with adidas, but O'Neills use it too - find out how.
In the late 1990s an early 2000s, Galway's Athenry had a huge level of change compared to the average club.
Welcome to Pride In The Jersey, the Gaelic games kits site. 

Please excuse the ongoing renovations, which are long overdue but will be worth the wait, we hope. 

Links can be accessed by clicking on the various buttons on the page, with the Historical County Galleries being the primary nerve-centre of the site, charting the jerseys worn by the various teams within the GAA.

Below is the newly-added blog, where news and opinion will be posted on what we are optimistic will be a regular basis.
Wexford hurler Éanna Martin designed the UCC jerseys in his time there - we spoke to him about his interest in jerseys.

The GAA Kits Blog

Seismic change on the way?

by Pride In The Jersey on 02/14/16

The Irish Sun had big news yesterday, suggesting that Dublin are on the verge of agreeing a new equipment deal, with someone other than O'Neills.

Any manufacturer capable of ponying up a six-figure sum would surely be an established player in the soccer market, though for now we'll desist from the adidas and Puma rumours which are elsewhere. Don't be surprised if it's not one of the top firms, but still someone well regarded.

Elsewhere, how about that new Down change shirt? Designer smoking Benson & Hedges at the time, perhaps?

In 2012, Wexford looked to be headed for a traditional style while their underage teams wore a completely different kit. Read the story here.