One of the more welcome football kit revivals in recent years has been that of Bukta.
In terms of history, heritage and British origins there are few sportswear companies that can compete with Bukta. In fact the firm are the longest established football kit apparel manufacturers in England, if not the world with some of their first kits adorning the backs of Nottingham Forest in 1884.
In 2005 the brand was relaunched and is beginning to make a real impact in the football kit scene once again. The 09-10 season will see the company supply kits for Millwall, Chesterfield, Dundee, Greenock Morton, Forfar Athletic and Brechin City. I hope to be able to reveal these brand new kits throughout the summer.
One of Bukta’s strong points is that they are providing bespoke kit for professional clubs rather than only having a few template designs to choose from a catalogue.
As well as supplying professional sides Bukta also signed up with Whitley Bay FC who gave the company their first club at the new Wembley Stadium on Sunday 10th May in the Carlsberg FA Vase Final. Bukta provided the side (who won the game against Glossop North End 2–0) with a bespoke kit for the final with 3,000 replica tops for supporters, turning this order around in three weeks and making the kits in the UK.
Bukta Teamwear can also supply superb quality kits to amateur sides – click below to visit their site and find out more: www.buktateamwear.com/
5 Replies to “Bukta today”
the Milwall kits from 2007-08 were fantastic, and I loved the orange one that was worn this season. One of my favourite Mags shirts was the first Bukta kit they wore – while the white sleeves may not have been to everybodys taste, it sure looked classy.
Yes, the 76 – 80 Newcastle Bukta shirts were great. Very nostalgic.
We could do with some of that now!
Toon, toon we’ll be back!!!!
bukta-as worn by the ‘celebrity’ team in the porridge film!!
Hello John – just seen your comment! I love the Porridge film and am ashamed I have never noticed Bukta in it before!
Can you still get the Hibs Bukta top as worn by George Best?