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Thanks to footyjumpers.com, richmondfc.com.au have put together a chronological history of the Richmond jumpers from 1885 until today. Choose from the different types of jumpers below.

1. Home Jumpers

2. Away Jumpers

3. Heritage Jumpers

4. Pre-season Jumpers

5. Promotion Jumpers

6. Pre VFL/AFL Jumpers 
 

Home Jumpers

1908 - 1909

Lace-up version of yellow and black stripes

Home jumpers

1908 - 1909

Woollen version of yellow and black stripes

Home jumpers

1910 - 1911

Black with a thin yellow band and yellow collar

Home jumpers

1912 - 1913

Widened the band, added numbers

Home jumpers

1914 - 1918

Sash introduced, from the right shoulder

Home jumpers

1919 - 1974

Sash reversed

Home jumpers

1975 - 1986

Sash widened for colour TV

Home jumpers

1987 - 1994

Sash changed to gold

Home jumpers

1995 - 2000

Sash removed from the back, numbers changed to gold

Home jumpers

2001 - 2003

Number font changed, and numbers and sash returned to yellow

Home jumpers

2004

Club logo added to neck

Home jumpers

2005 R1-R12

Sash returned, white numbers with black outline

Home jumpers

2005 R13 - 2006

Number font changed as previous had proven difficult to read

Home jumpers

2006 - 2007

Number font changed again for clarity

Home jumpers

2008

Logo celebrating club's centenary added

Home jumpers

2009

Logo dropped, sash more a straight line from one shoulder to the other hip, and thinner outline on the numbers

Home jumpers

2010 -

Sash higher, different collar

Home jumpers

 

Away or Clash Jumpers

2007 - 2009
Clash jumper
Home jumpers

2010

New collar and bold numbers

Home jumpers

2011

Higher sash and number panel removed

Home jumpers

 

Heritage Jumpers

2003
Based on 1908 woollen jumper
Home jumpers

2004

Based on 1908 woollen jumper.
Based on a photograph of the VFA jumper, which shows black with a chamois reinforcing, with yellow stripe.

Home jumpers

2005

Based on the 1980's jumper, but with printed laces in the front

Home jumpers


Pre-season Jumpers

1978

Wills Cup v Glenelg clash jumper

Home jumpers

1998 - 2000

Stylised claw marks

Home jumpers

2001 - 2003

Claws no longer meet at the bottom, changed number font. Return to yellow

Home jumpers

2005

Silver Top Taxis promotion pre-season jumper

Home jumpers

2006

Yellow sides added and the Tiger logo changed to black on silver

Home jumpers

2007 - 2008

Claws with Tiger head

Home jumpers

2009

Another variation on claws with Tiger head

Home jumpers

2010

Different collar and shoulders

Home jumpers

2011

New design with waves and Tiger head

Home jumpers

2012

New design with new Tiger logo

Home jumpers

2013

Numbers changed to yellow with white outline

Home jumpers

 

One-off promotion Jumpers

2003 R22

Worn to commemorate club legend, Jack Dyer, who died during that week

Home jumpers

2006 - 2007

Dreamtime at the G, honouring Indigenous players' role in the game

Home jumpers

2008 -

Dreamtime at the G logo on the clash jumper

Home jumpers

2008

Worn to celebrate 100 years of Richmond in the VFL/AFL

Home jumpers

2009

Dreamtime at the G

Home jumpers

2010

Dreamtime at the G on new template

Home jumpers

2011

Dreamtime - With Indigenous print on the sash

Home jumpers

2011

Fighting Tiger Fund jumper listing contributors to the fund

Home jumpers

2012

Dreamtime - With Indigenous print on the sash, and using the clash jumper

Home jumpers

2013

Dreamtime - With Indigenous print on the sash, symbolising the Yarra River

Home jumpers

2013

Fighting Tiger Fund jumper

Home jumpers


Pre VFL/AFL Jumpers


1885 - 1886
Blue jumpers, with a yellow and black sash
Home jumpers

1887 - 1907

Lace-up in club colours of black & yellow stripes

Home jumpers

1889 - mid 1890s

Chamois reinforcing added to the shoulder

Home jumpers

1895 - 1907

Stripes changed to hoops

Home jumpers

1902 - 1905

Lace-up version of the hoops had reinforcing strip down the middle

Home jumpers

1907

New jumpers introduced for the 1907 VFA finals

Home jumpers