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A Trip Down Memory Lane With 13 Dublin GAA Jerseys

A Trip Down Memory Lane With 13 Dublin GAA Jerseys

It's retro time and Balls.ie are rolling back the years with a selection of Dublin Jerseys.

Following the release of the new Dubs playing kit with AIG, here are some of these garments that hold great memories with Dublin fans through the years and also some summers they'd rather forget.

Tell us which is your favourite.

To get the Ball rolling is Bernard Brogan Snr in 1980.

Bernard Brogan Snr 80

Picture credit; Ray McManus/SPORTSFILE

1986: Barney Rock, Charlie Redmond, Kieran Duff, Leo Close and Jim Bissett ready for action.
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Dublin 1986

 

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1988: Mick Galvin with the new crest and jersey.

Dublin 1988

 

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Picture credit; Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

1992: Dublin Captain Tommy Carr with new navy sleeves

Dublin GAA 1992

 

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1995: Again new sleeves and another Sam.
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Dublin GAA 1995

 

Picture credit: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

1998: Senan Connell sporting a 'longsleeve' GAA Jersey.

Dublin GAA 1998

 

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Picture Credit: Matt Browne/SPORTSFILE.

2000: Current Dubs manager Jim Gavin in the new millennium

Dublin GAA 2000

 

Picture credit; Brendan Moran/SPORTSFILE

2003: Ciaran Whelan with the gradient design.
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Dublin GAA 2003

 

Picture credit; Damien Eagers / SPORTSFILE

2004: A new crest meant a new Jersey

Dublin GAA 2004

 

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Picture credit; Brian Lawless / SPORTSFILE

2007: Three stripes introduced to the jersey. Dublin GAA 2007

 

Picture credit; Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE

2009: Reverting back to the original light sky blue

Dublin GAA 2009

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Picture credit: Diarmuid Greene / SPORTSFILE

2011: Looking good while winning always helps

Dublin GAA 2011

 

Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

2013: A heavy navy influence with this jersey.

Dublin GAA 2013

 

Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

Dermot Milton

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