Designed For Her.
Miss Kick exists to ensure every girl has the opportunity to benefit from the physical, psychological and social rewards the game can offer.
Our ambition with the collection is to encourage more girls to play, and stay, in football through designing sportswear that is comfortable, on-trend and functional.
This is a selection of teamwear and training options that have been specifically designed for her.
Ready to enquire?
Click the button below to fill out our teamwear enquiry form to get started on your Miss Kick teamwear journey!
Sizes & minimums:
Girls (age 5-6 up to 15-16) | minimum 10 per order
Women (UK 6-8 up to 18-20) | minimum 10 per order
Click here to fill out of the form and let us know details of your teamwear enquiry. Once you have filled the form out, you will be emailed a link to view a full pdf with more details on our teamwear.
Once we have received your form submission, we will be in touch to discuss order details such as cost, number of kits required, colour, design, lead time etc.
Once order details have been confirmed, we will send you an order form to place your teamwear order with Miss Kick.
- Personalised quote of your choice
- Curved hem
- Hidden draw cord
- Club name on cuff
- Your club badge
- 2 different shorts fit, standard or extended
- Raglan sleeve for unrestricted movement
- Personalised name & number
'I don't want to wear men's fit, but the female alternative isn't much better'
Our survey uncovered that girls felt stuck choosing between mens and boys fit that was too large, or selecting women and girls fit which seemed to be too tight and uncomfortable. Because of this, we decided to design a shirt that was unrestrictive, but followed the natural shape of a women's body. This has resulted in the appearance of good fit, without limiting performance.
'I always struggle to find good fitting football shorts'
Another re-occuring theme from our survey was inadequate shorts. Our community told us that the shorts they often played in were ill-fitting due to them either being a men's fit, or women's fit which were too short. We also discovered that girls had different preferences towards how they wear their shorts. These findings inspired us to launch two different lengths of shorts, so that girls within the same team have the option to wear a pair of shorts that feel right to them.
'I hate having to wear white shorts when on my period'
The colour of kit was also a large talking point. White and pale shorts was raised as an issue for girls due to fears of leaking when on their period. We have observed teams like Manchester City and the Lionesses move away from wearing white shorts after players raised their concerns. In line with this, we will work with clubs to ensure they are aware of concerns like this when designing kits for their players.
'It comes down to choice'
Ultimately, there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to kit. The deciding factor should always be what the player on the pitch feels the most comfortable in, whether that's an oversized look or shorter shorts. Our vision for Miss Kick team wear is to develop different shapes and sizes, so that she can wear her kit her way, empowering her to play the game she loves without limits.
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