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Winter is coming! Our pick of the best bobble hats around…

September 13, 2018

winter is coming

Game of throw-ins…[ouch! Sorry!]

The nights are drawing in, the evenings are getting shorter and temperatures are starting to drop. It’s almost time for those favourite big coats to make their reappearance from the wardrobe and so we thought we’d take a look around the interweb to see what woolly hats are out there to keep our noggins nice and toasty!


Calcio e Moda

First up is this hat based on the iconic Umbro Ajax TDK away kit from 1989/90


Amsterdam bobble – £35


Or if you’re looking for something a little more subtle then maybe CalcioEModa’s Zoff Juve hat, inspired by the grey and black Kappa jersey that the great Dino Zoff wore for The Old Lady, is more your cup of tea.


Zoff Juve – £37

These hats and a few more can be found at


Football Bobbles –

The good folk over at FootballBobbles are forever adding to their range of hats (bobble and bucket) based on iconic kits from loads of different clubs and nations (numbering 42 so far but always growing!). Some of the hats are strictly limited edition so you have to be quick to grab one but it’s alawys worth following their twitter account to keep up to date with new releases and offers. Below are just some of our faves from their selection…



Egg & Cress – Norwich City 92/94 Ribero kit inspired – £22.80



Sterland – Sheffield Wednesday 87/88 away kit – £22.80



The Rocky – Arsenal ‘Bruised Banana’ 92/93 away kit inspired merino wool hat – £30



Rosebery bobble hat based on the 90/91 Scotland leisure shirt by Umbro – £22.80

To view the full range of hats offered by FootballBobbles click here


Lovell Soccer

Boot and equipment superstore Lovell Soccer also stock a wide range of accessories so it’s no surprise to find these two beauties in their store – whats more they are reduced!


NIKE PSG camo – was £25 NOW £15




Nike AS Roma camo – was £25 NOW £15

As well as the two above Lovell Soccer have a few other beanies worth looking at here



Classic Football Shirts –

Question: Where do you go if you’re looking for something from some of the more obscure football teams from around the world?

Answer: Classic Football Shirts

So it’s no surprise to find that they have sourced a number of beanies from clubs around the world – some of which are player issue and were not previously commercially available.


1860 macron hat

TSV 1860 Munich hat by Macron – £6.99


kappa napoli beanie

Kappa Napoli Beanie Hat – £4.99
mcfc nike

Man City Player issue with removable Pom-Pom- £9.99


Savile Rogue

If you’re looking for something a little more traditional then Savile Rogue, manufacturers of super soft cashmere scarves, have built a range of beanies suitable for pretty much every team in their luxurious cashmere.

See the full range of Savile Rogue hats here – £38


The Famous Headwear –

If you fall on blue side of the football divide in Glasgow then we’re sure you are already aware of the great Rangers stuff coming out of The Famous Headwear. They have produced a number of items including hats, scarves and pin badges. In our view this hat, Wilkins Volley, named after this stunning strike from Ray Wilkins against Celtic, is the pick of a pretty strong bunch.


Wilkins Volley – £38




Yeah, we know that these hats from the good folk at TRiCKETT are not football related but they are just too good not to feature! We’ve got our eyes on the Astroworld one below but the Tiffany Dunk one is just as good and could always double up as a Coventry City hat too 😉







Hopefully, one of the above hats takes your fancy and remember ‘If you want to get ahead…get a hat!’


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