This is an original worn/issued Norwich City home number 11 shirt made by Admiral.
This design was worn for 5 seasons between 76/77 and 80/81.
You can read more about Norwich City and Admiral in our blog.
This is worn/issued home number 6 Norwich City shirt used for Martin Peter’s testimonial match against the England ’66 World Cup team played on 18th October 1978.
There is no club badge. Instead, there is the specific match detail embroidery.
This is a long-sleeve worn/issued Norwich City shirt from the 76/77 season.
This shirt is particularly interesting because it’s an early version of the Admiral shirts and used a white, heat-pressed logo and different styling for the club badge compared to later versions.
This is a worn/issued Norwich City goal keeper’s Admiral shirt.
This is a short-sleeve number 4 Norwich City away shirt.
This is a long-sleeve number 11 Norwich City away shirt.
There is a very subtle difference between this and the away shirt shown above. The 11 shirt has a black background on the sleeve trim showing the white admiral logos. On the 4 shirt, the white logos are shown against a green background.
You can read more about this variation here.
This is a short-sleeve number 10 away shirt.
This is an original Norwich City Admiral tracksuit top.