Middlesbrough is a team from North Yorkshire currently playing in the Barclays Premier League. The Boro were founded in 1876 and play their home matches at the Riverside Stadium. The team traditionally wears red home kits with white details, and the latest crest adopted by the team in 2007 displays a red lion rampant. The team’s head coach is Aitor Karanka, who played most of his playing career at Athletic Bilbao and Real Madrid, while he was the assistant manager of Aitor Karanka between 2010 and 2013.
The kits of Middlesbrough are designed by Adidas and sponsored by Ramsdens. The home shirt has a red base colour with a wide white stripe going diagonally across the lower part of the body, with a narrower blue stripe underneath. The V-neck collar is a mixture of white, black and blue, while the Adidas trademark stripes are white.
The away shirt has a navy blue base colour with a light-blue V-design on the chest, light-blue details on the sleeve cuffs and Adidas trademark stripes in light blue on the sides. The home shorts are white and complemented by red socks, while the away shorts are navy blue and the away socks are light-blue.