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History of Wisła Kraków football kits in photographies


Reconstruction based on Roman Wilczyński's memoirs. This is probably how the first shirts looked like in the spring of 1906.
Reconstruction based on Roman Wilczyński's memoirs. This is probably how the first shirts looked like in the spring of 1906.
1910 Two blue stars on red shirts. Such kits were used since the merger with Jenkner team in 1907 till 1910/1911.
1910 Two blue stars on red shirts. Such kits were used since the merger with Jenkner team in 1907 till 1910/1911.
1910.
1910.
September 1910 roku - the oldest known picture of Wisła team with White Star.
September 1910 roku - the oldest known picture of Wisła team with White Star.
May 1911. 8-pointed White Star.
May 1911. 8-pointed White Star.
Two blue stars were replaced with a single white one for patriotic reasons. Eight pointed star can be interpreted as the symbol of Eos - rebirth, redemption, happy future.
Two blue stars were replaced with a single white one for patriotic reasons. Eight pointed star can be interpreted as the symbol of Eos - rebirth, redemption, happy future.
Before 1914. Five pointed star - the design that became the standard.
Before 1914. Five pointed star - the design that became the standard.
Wisła Kraków reactivation after World War I would not be complete without the restoration of the White Star. Note that the goalkeeper's shirt is the reversal of normal shirt: Michał Szubert (left) wears a white shirt with a red star.
Wisła Kraków reactivation after World War I would not be complete without the restoration of the White Star. Note that the goalkeeper's shirt is the reversal of normal shirt: Michał Szubert (left) wears a white shirt with a red star.
1924. Józef Piłsudski among Wisła players. Wisła had that day the second outfit of shirts with red and blue stripes.
1924. Józef Piłsudski among Wisła players. Wisła had that day the second outfit of shirts with red and blue stripes.
The second outfit two years later, but the number of stripes is different. Picture presents Henryk Reyman (left) before the game with Polonia Warszawa.
The second outfit two years later, but the number of stripes is different. Picture presents Henryk Reyman (left) before the game with Polonia Warszawa.
Second outfit in 1930.
Second outfit in 1930.
Old pictures remain black and white, but a painting by Vlastimil Hofmana - a remarkable artist and big Wisła fan - brings colors.
Old pictures remain black and white, but a painting by Vlastimil Hofmana - a remarkable artist and big Wisła fan - brings colors.
In the thirties goalkeepers had shirts with club's emblem on the chest. Edward Madejski...
In the thirties goalkeepers had shirts with club's emblem on the chest. Edward Madejski...
... and Maksymilian Koźmin.
... and Maksymilian Koźmin.
German occupation meant a confiscation of clubs possessions. Polish sports clubs were outlawed. Wisła - like other teams - continues its activity in the underground. Wisła players use inostensible shirt, like the one pictured above.
German occupation meant a confiscation of clubs possessions. Polish sports clubs were outlawed. Wisła - like other teams - continues its activity in the underground. Wisła players use inostensible shirt, like the one pictured above.
Once even such "shirts" had to be used. 1940.
Once even such "shirts" had to be used. 1940.
Tadeusz Legutko in 1941. The shape of a star is clearly visible. Was the White Star unseamed to mislead the occupant?
Tadeusz Legutko in 1941. The shape of a star is clearly visible. Was the White Star unseamed to mislead the occupant?
Fortunately part of Wisła property was secured from confiscation.
Fortunately part of Wisła property was secured from confiscation.
After Wisła incorporation into Zrzeszenie Sportowe Gwardia (Militia Sports Association) club's tradition has been broken. Despite the initial agreement, Wisła colors were replaced with Gwardia's.. The picture presents Stanisław Flanek in a white shirt with a red-white-blue stripe and Gwardia emblem.
After Wisła incorporation into Zrzeszenie Sportowe Gwardia (Militia Sports Association) club's tradition has been broken. Despite the initial agreement, Wisła colors were replaced with Gwardia's.. The picture presents Stanisław Flanek in a white shirt with a red-white-blue stripe and Gwardia emblem.
The same player in two different shirts: Gwardia's...
The same player in two different shirts: Gwardia's...
... and traditional one. Leszek Snopkowski is portrayed.
... and traditional one. Leszek Snopkowski is portrayed.
Political thaw following Stalin's death enables the restoration of the White Star. 1956.
Political thaw following Stalin's death enables the restoration of the White Star. 1956.
Wisła defenders in the sixties: Monica, Kawula, Budka with a very orthodox design of the kit.
Wisła defenders in the sixties: Monica, Kawula, Budka with a very orthodox design of the kit.
A surprising design: red star on white shirts. 1966.
A surprising design: red star on white shirts. 1966.
The seventies. Shirts are once again white, but this time the Star remains unchanged. Placing it in a red field was definietly a better solucion.
The seventies. Shirts are once again white, but this time the Star remains unchanged. Placing it in a red field was definietly a better solucion.
Adidas kit, 1981.
Adidas kit, 1981.
Zdzisław Janik i 1992. Kit prepared by Adidas.
Zdzisław Janik i 1992. Kit prepared by Adidas.
Probably the most inventive design in Wisła's history: blue stripe across the shirt and shorts. This design reflects club's emblem. 1993.
Probably the most inventive design in Wisła's history: blue stripe across the shirt and shorts. This design reflects club's emblem. 1993.
1998/1999 - Wisła with Adidas kits
1998/1999 - Wisła with Adidas kits
1999 - Adidas
1999 - Adidas
2002/2003- Nike
2002/2003- Nike
The following season (2003/2004) .
The following season (2003/2004) .
2006/2007 - Umbro
2006/2007 - Umbro
Wisła team in 2006. For the centennial anniversary of the club a very conservative design was prepared.
Wisła team in 2006. For the centennial anniversary of the club a very conservative design was prepared.
Moreover, special "retro" shirts were issued.
Moreover, special "retro" shirts were issued.
They were based on the shirts from late twenties and early thirties.
They were based on the shirts from late twenties and early thirties.
Wisła team used the "retro" shirts for the game with Sevilla FC, which was the main point of the jubilee celebrations.
Wisła team used the "retro" shirts for the game with Sevilla FC, which was the main point of the jubilee celebrations.
2007/2008
2007/2008
Umbro for 2008-2010. Placing the White Star on the left shoulder aroused some controversy.
Umbro for 2008-2010. Placing the White Star on the left shoulder aroused some controversy.
Three kits prepared by Umbro.
Three kits prepared by Umbro.
Adidas for 2010/2011
Adidas for 2010/2011
Adidas for 2011/12
Adidas for 2011/12
White Star back on shirts! - 2013/2014
White Star back on shirts! - 2013/2014
Kits for 2015/16 season
Kits for 2015/16 season
New model for 2016/17 season. The red shirt was presented by Kazimierz Kmiecik
New model for 2016/17 season. The red shirt was presented by Kazimierz Kmiecik