GAA fans will be delighted to hear that O’Neill have just launched a new range of inter-county retro jerseys.
The jerseys take inspiration from some of the biggest moments in the GAA throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
Each jersey also has the retro O'Neills crest, which is inspired by historic moments from that county, with Dublin’s jersey from the 1983 All-Ireland SFC final victory against Galway and Cork’s from the famous 1990 double success.
O’Neills Marketing Manager Cormac O’Farrell explained how they came up with the new range:
“During the COVID-19 lockdown period, GAA fans have been able to enjoy some of the great matches of the past which have been replayed on TV.
“A lot of people commented on the jerseys and the demand was there to reproduce some of the classics.
“Our retro range will appeal to those who remember the glory games from the first time around as well as those younger players and supporters who have only seen them for the first time more recently but wish to emulate the stars of a previous generation.”
You asked, we listened! 😁— O'Neills (@ONeills1918) October 1, 2020
The O'Neills retro jersey range is finally here! 🎉
Relive some of your county's glory days with our 80's and 90's inspired retro jersey collection! 😍
Now available online and in-store ➡️ https://t.co/MG7FVoYqyg pic.twitter.com/Dludkz4b2w