The drop comes just in time for St. Patrick’s day and features hand-dyed jerseys, bucket hats and more.
Ahead of Paddy’s Day, Jameson has unveiled a collaboration with Nowhere FC nodding to Dublin’s rich footballing history and supporter culture. Teaming up with internet-based “artificial football club” Nowhere FC, they’ve shared a globetrotting limited edition supporter collection that allows people to connect through a shared appreciation of football’s communal spirit, no matter where they are.
Made up of three hand-dyed jerseys, scarves, bucket hats, badges, and pins the drop will land March 10 to celebrate the partnership as part of the Jameson ‘Join in’ campaign.
Carefully blending a clean, modern finish with an aesthetic inspired by the golden era of Irish football, Italia 90′, the collaboration with Nowhere FC hits the sweet spot between paying homage to great football moments of yesteryear meanwhile keeping one eye firmly on the future.
Throwing it back to an iconic strip from the 90s, the longsleeved goalkeeper top gives a nod to the jersey frequently worn by Patrick ‘Packie’ Bonner. Like all the shirts in the drop, it features Jameson heraldry, lucky number 7 and it’s vibrant colours are the result of hand-dyed treatment.
The woven patches, commemorative labels and flocks pay homage to the timeless elements of classic kits.
The home shirt is directly inspired by Ireland’s national team colours. Meanwhile, the short-sleeved away shirt features a neon yellow colourway and three navy tie dye stripes that provide a backdrop for the Nowhere FC checkerboard graphic.
As we look towards brighter days. the bucket hat makes for a practical piece that complements the various shades of green on offer elsewhere in the collection.
For more information on Jameson’s St Patrick’s Day Celebrations, including live streams from Jessie Reyez and Boiler Room, head to the Jameson Connects for updates and news throughout March on how you can ‘join in’.