This classic style was used from 1974 till 1982. Very little changes would be seen. The main one would be that for some matches the club crest would be applied or some matches would have V neck shirts.
Shirt was used by a substitute as it had a red cloth number 13 sown to the back. Unfortunately it has since been removed.
One of my favourite and rarest shirts.
Classic tight fit made out of 100% cotton.
The numbers are printed into the white fabric and then stitched to the shirt. The team logo is also printed into the shirt.
Match Shirt 1984/85
A cotton shirt with a silky feel to it and numbers printed directly into the shirt, rather than a white patch on the back.
Match details or player is unknown but shirt was worn in Liga Matches during this season.
Very silky feel to the cotton and a tight fit.
The numbers are printed into a white fabric and then stitched to the back.
This style would stay till 1986/87 & research suggests that it would be reused after that season. The club badge and numbering would be the main differences.
Home & Away 1986/87
(rare sponsored shirt)
Possibly the first sponsor that would appear on a Depor shirt (Hotel Rias Altas). It appears that away shirts would all be Royal blue and made by a different shirt manufacturer.
Home shirt 1987/88
Stunning shirt made from a very silky material that is almost see through.
Numbering is the same as previous seasons but there is suggestion that we also used a different style that would be printed into the shirt. However this could have been in the pre-season.