Limerick Ladies Footballers unveil 2021 jerseys

The Limerick Ladies Football team have revealed the jerseys they will wear during the 2021 season.

After a lengthy entry and voting process, the final design for the Limerick Ladies Football jerseys has been unveiled.

Sponsored by Fitzgeralds Woodlands House Hotel, the jersey will be made by PlayrFit who have teamed up with the team ahead of this season.

The home and away efforts are designed by Mungret St Pauls’ Grace Kelly.

From the original entries, the final five were whittled down to be chosen by a public vote.

Limerick will wear the jersey for the first time when they travel to Offaly in the Lidl Ladies Football League on May 30.

Both jerseys will be available on the Limerick LGFA Playr-Fit shop soon.

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