The third round of our Away Kit Battle will soon give way to quickfire quarter-final match-ups – but not before the last remaining berth has been filled.
This weekend’s concluding last-16 encounter sees the all-green ensemble Cliftonville wore on the road from 2000-2003 up against the gold reverse sported during the Club’s charge to the 1997/98 Premier League title.
We want supporters young and old to play their part in helping us compile a definitive of list of the Red Army’s favourites and, even if your chosen kit doesn’t make progress to the quarter-finals, every vote will help determine precisely where it ends up in our overall rankings between 1990 and 2020.
There are no more potential reprieves for any defeated shirts, with each winner progressing to the next round until an overall victor is determined.
Our poll closes at noon on Monday, so you’ve got the rest of the weekend to make a considered decision before clicking the button.
Worn: 2000/01, 2001/02, 2002/03
Notes: A straightforward design which mimicked Cliftonville’s home strip at the time, this was the only reverse kit worn throughout the duration of Uhlsport’s association with the Club in the early 2000s.
Supplier: Le Coq Sportif
Notes: Treasured for being the away strip during the team’s Premier League title-winning term, season-defining wins at Shamrock Park and Seaview (on an afternoon often remembered for an infamous on-field scuffle) made this one-campaign wonder a favourite among fans.