You may do a double-take this weekend if you are watching games taking place in the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues.

Each of Mayo and Tyrone in Football, and Wexford, Clare, Cork and Galway will be wearing retro county kits inspired by the 1993/94 season when Allianz first became the title sponsor of the competitions.

The designs are inspired by those worn in the first year of Allianz’s sponsorship but will be updated with the county’s current sponsors.

The jerseys will not be available on public sale but supporters will have a unique chance to win one of the six county jerseys signed by the team in a charity raffle with all funds raised going to Allianz’s charity partner, Women’s Aid who work to combat domestic violence in Ireland.

Allianz will match the funds raised through the raffle up to €5,000. To enter the raffle simply visit

“This season marks the 30th year that we have sponsored the Allianz Leagues, making it one of the longest sponsorships in Irish sport,” said Allianz CEO Sean McGrath.

“To mark this special anniversary Allianz has worked with O’Neills to design jerseys and shorts inspired by those worn by teams in the first season of Allianz’ sponsorship three decades ago.”

“We’re really looking forward to seeing the teams line out in the retro jerseys and through the signed jersey raffle we hope to raise significant funds for our charity partner Women’s Aid.”

For the record, the sponsorships on the jerseys were and are…

Wexford – Wexford Creamery to Zurich
Cork – Barry’s Tea to Sports Direct
Mayo – Univet to Elverys Intersport
Tyrone – Powerscreen to McAleer and Rushe
Clare – Pat O’Donnell still there after 30 years
Galway – Supoermacs still there after 30 years