The Kit Review – Mental Health United

No rest for the wicked we are on the road again (going to see if Rootz TV will provide us a petrol card) as we are visiting Mental Health United based in sunny Brighton.

Formed in the winter of 2020 the relatively new club have developed a strong moral compass and have a true vision and purpose as a club. They are aiming to play charity matches in support of mental health charities and to unite the community in Brighton who struggle with the affects and issues with mental health through the love of the beautiful game.

The kit as you know if you’re a reader of these review I love the use of purple so this shirt is already off to a good start. Mental Health United have called in the big guns getting Unitez Designs to design the shirt and SportyBits to deliver a gem once again.

Purple and gold I mean I could just leave it there as them colours are just superb, but I wont the gold pattern which for me looks like a tribute to mental health with the highs and lows that we all go through in life expertly created in a peak and trough pattern. The gold sponsor logo, pattern and manufacturer logo are all expertly placed and add that bit of class to this already impressive shirt.

Can you get a Mental Health United shirt? No, not yet but keep an eye on the SportyBits website as I believe this one will be dropping soon.

Rating: 4.5/5