sports shirt

Related to sports shirt: polo shirt

sports shirt

n
(Clothing & Fashion) a man's informal shirt, sometimes of knitted wool or cotton, which may be worn outside the trousers
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"We know the sense of pride that putting on a rugby or any sports shirt can bring to people when playing within a team or overcoming a personal journey on the field, which is why we're encouraging families across Wales to donate sports kits, that they have worn and loved in the past, to a new home."
In the 70s, you bought a red sports shirt on Stockton market and said it was a Boro shirt and nobody could say it wasn't.
He also noted down his expenses on a book on sailing, movie tickets, a sports shirt and gifts he bought his parents: A pencil for his "Mutti" and a cigarette lighter for his "Vati," as he called them in the ledger.
The teenager, wearing a dark Nike sports shirt and trousers, was remanded into youth detention accommodation.
For the last several months I've worn mine over a tee-shirt and under a tucked button-front sports shirt of my accustomed size.
A Reuters photographer saw armed police remove a handcuffed male passenger dressed in baggy trousers and a sports shirt from the plane.
LOYALIST campaigner Willie Frazer has demanded a BBC probe after an actress wore a GAA school sports shirt on EastEnders.
Perry proved just as adept at business as tennis, teaming up with Austrian footballer Tibby Wegner to invent the sweatband before launching a white sports shirt at Wimbledon in 1952.
The gesture means all children aged 11-16 will get a free package comprising a suit jacket, tie, jumper, and both a long and short- sleeve sports shirt. Pupils have already been measured up for the gear and it was designed with the input of students and staff.
The gesture means all children aged 11-16 will get a free package comprising a suit jacket, tie, jumper, and both a long and shortsleeve sports shirt. Pupils have already been measured up for the gear and it was designed with the input of students and staff.
My sports shirt was given to me by another daughter.
Neil Jenkins was 31 when he played his final match for Wales, Phil Bennett was 29, whileBarry John was just 26 when he took the country''s most iconic sports shirt off his back for the final time.