Worrying Trends: The Plague Of The ‘Half-And-Half’ Football Shirt Is Truly Upon Us (Photos)

Chris Wright

27th, October 2014


By Chris Wright

Pies were just about getting to grips with the maddening logic of the half-and-half scarf when modern football culture goes and delivers us another stiff toe-poke to the goolies: The half-and-half shirt.

Now, we’ve seen Arsenal fans butchering two perfectly good shirts to create half-and-half home/away jersey cut-and-shuts in the past, but at the very least the two donor shirts have belonged to the same club.

This weekend saw the break-out of something far, far more insidious….

Manchester United and Chelsea? Get this man quarantined, stat!

We’re also adding these abominations into the mix…



What’s going on people? Divided loyalties are one thing, but displaying them publicly is tantamount to footballing heresy.


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  1. justsix says:

    I have to admit the Götze-shirt is funny… still you will get probably beaten by both sides then.

  2. Andrew says:

    Pies, i’m 99% certain CR SMITH released a half n half celtic/rangers top 10-15 years ago but i can’t find it on the web… find it for me, go on, ya will, ya will, ya will

  3. peter says:

    Let have a shirt displaying all the clubs badges in all the divisions

  4. Costanza.jpg says:

    Its an absolute kind of disgusting

  5. Vasko says:

    Dortmunchen? Catchy

  6. TravisKOP says:

    the cunt with the chelsea – Utd top needs to be crucified sharpish.

  7. Fisty McCracken says:

    I did this a few years ago when I went to watch QPR vs Reading. Looked like a right idiot.

  8. Phil from Hull says:

    This represents everything that is wrong with football. As a lifelong Hull City fan, it sickened me seeing the stupid cunt of a woman in the half and half shirt at Anfield. Show some respect to the fans like myself who were turning out at Boothferry Park when we were playing shit lower league football in the 90s, no doubt while you were a ‘Liverpool fan’. This goes for half/half scarves too…

  9. anonincan says:

    I bought a half-and half scarf for the Champions league match I attended not to wear it but as a souvenir of the fact I traveled over the Atlantic to do so.

  10. ayyyy says:

    half and half scarves are understandable for souvenir purposes in big cup games

  11. PetrovskyKSC says:

    How can you tear apart a quality 80’s hummel southampton shirt? Perversion!

  12. STEGGY says:

    just having a laugh, how about if the two sponsors names cut in half then say something dirty or swearing, anybody think of any??
    but i agree scarfs are pushing it but this is just bonkers, so called supporters who know noting of the loyalty, but that’s football now – all about the money….

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