From custom creations to pro player concepts, football clubs to retail activations. The opportunities in upcycling are endless.

Custom Creations

We often make 1 of 1 creations for football fanatics. Kits are either requested or provided by the customer before we bring concepts to life through our upcycling service.

Pro Players

Every now and then, we come into contact with the pro's. The leaders on and off the pitch, who are intrigued in the coming together of football, fashion and most importantly, sustainability. 

Isobel Dalton

Isobel Dalton Boot Bag

Amy Harrison

custom upcycled boot bag for Amy Harrison

Hector Bellerin 

upcycled arsenal wash bag for hector bellerin

Pro Clubs

Together with Brisbane Roar, we announced a community partnership - offering our upcycling service on several game days. Fans were able to simply drop off their old garments for reworking and either pick them up on the next home game or get the product delivered. 

Upcycling Service - Brisbane Roar & Unwanted FC

Retail Activations

Over The Pitch - Seoul, South Korea

Football boutique, magazine & creatives Over The Pitch share a similar vision to us at Unwanted FC. Seeing opportunities within kits of the past, while combining football apparel with fashion. We have launched two capsules with Over The Pitch to date, bringing upcycling concepts to life in the heart of Seoul, South Korea.

Ultra Football - Sydney

Australia's biggest Football Destination - Ultra Football saw the opportunity in giving their end of season kits a new life with us back in June 2020. Since then, we have done small capsules for the leading football retailer including an upcycling service for their adidas x Human Race FC launch.

Human Race Ultra Football



Championing the message of sustainability, we teamed up with South Korean football lifestyle brand Pepperoni (PPRN) Seoul for the 'ANABADA' jersey.

ANABADA, meaning "Conserve, Share, Exchange, Reuse", was a famous Korean term that formed the basis of a movement in 1997 promoting the act of sustainable consumption. These jerseys aim to bring this message back to life through the bold 90s-inspired templates and messaging, as the idea remains relevant, arguably more than ever before.