BOL unveiled fresh 2021/22 kit designs for the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National team today as a part of their partnership with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).
For BOL, a team is a communion of players, fans, a city, a country and beyond. It’s a common identity that defines the existence of men and women alike. Under their “ONE Football” philosophy, the Miami-based apparel brand released the new home and away women’s jerseys featuring the unique steelpan and tribal artwork that represents the beauty, strength and resilience that is the team’s heritage.
BOL designs performance products for each individual player, taking into consideration their best fit requirements to play the game at their best. Furthermore, the brand understands that identity and expression are just as important, so the designs are also done in a way for women to express who they are on pitch.
The traditional stripes of the red home jersey combine elements of football with distinctive patterns of Trinbagonian ceramics found in the National Museum and Art Gallery in Port of Spain, and silhouettes of the steelpan, the national instrument. The female celebratory figure portrayed on the new away jersey represents the twin island’s world-renowned carnival, and how the team unites the country and its people abroad as a tribe: The Steel Tribe.
“For BOL, there is only ONE football, regardless of gender. Any game requires 90 minutes of commitment, team effort and offers tremendous satisfaction when you know you have left it all on the pitch. We thrive on creating equal performance products and incentives for all the players of the teams we partner with, both men and women,” said Tiago Pinto, co-founder of BOL. “As a brand, we are inspired to tell their stories through the designs of the jerseys they will wear to play their best and represent their people.”
BOL is introducing the new kits this week as the team trains for the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers. All jerseys will be available for purchase on BOL’s official site and in selected stores in Trinidad and Tobago.