Umbro only seem to offer safe options when it comes to designing football shirts. Not many people will give this shirt a second glance as it's pretty plain and doesn't have much detailing. The most striking part of the shirt is the giant 'P' on the front, which I guess from the point of view of the sponsor, that is a good thing. For the fans wearing this shirt though, they might have hoped for something a bit more discrete. Nothing much else to say about this shirt. Now it makes sense to why I always forget I've got a Lille shirt in my collection.
Design Rating: 4/10
Rarity Rating: 6/10
RANDOM CLUB FACT
The Derby du Nord is a football match contested between Lille and RC Lens. The derby has the name despite Lille being the only club of the two situated in the department of Nord. Lens are situated in the western department of Pas-de-Calais. The name can also refer to matches involving Lille and Valenciennes as both clubs are located within Nord, however, the match historically refers to matches involving Lille and Lens. As a result, the Lille–Valenciennes match is sometimes referred to as Le Petit Derby du Nord. The Derby du Nord is underpinned by social and economic differences, since the city of Lens is known as an old, working-class, industrial city and Lille as a middle-class, modern, internationally oriented one. Nowadays the matches, which can spark intense feelings on both sides, have gained prominence as they may determine berths in continental competitions.