- Feb 5, 2018
- AFL Club
1. StKilda adopted the crest in 1933. It was thought that was after the famous game v North that season, however, the club found paperwork showing it was implemented at the AGM at the end of 1932 and was first used on the new jumpers in 1933.Awesome work with the backs of the uniforms, Mero.
A few things, though:
· St Kilda adopted their badge in 1934, or at least after the Round 5 1933 match
· The St Kilda pages of 1934–44 link to images of the 1933 uniforms
· The 1945–52 St Kilda guernsey had black cuffs with a red stripe above, not the opposite as seen on the prior guernsey
· Essendon’s 1975–84 images show a smaller sash on the back than the front
· Essendon’s 1978–82 shorts are missing the VFL logo
· Footscray wore all-blue socks in away games in 1979
· Geelong’s 1981 image has stripes that don’t match
· Geelong’s numbers were neither black nor navy in the 1930s (see attachment)
· Geelong had black numbers in the 1940s to the 1970s, not navy
· North Melbourne wore their striped socks against St Kilda in Round 15 1998
Definitely seeing "upon which we play"Geelong fixed, still working out what the GWS jumper said.
Something that starts with "The Giants" and ends with "which we play"
So yeah, "traditional lands" and some other text.
I re-sized the front graphics though
Add this part and I think we can confirm Fizzler's guess at the full text.
And the full thing might be "THE GIANTS ACKNOWLEDGE THE TRADITIONAL OWNERS OF THE LAND UPON WHICH WE PLAY
Fixed. The problem was with the file name.