Bradford City launched the club’s new away kit, inspired by the heroes of yesteryear.
The predominantly white strip - carrying the club’s traditional colours - has been produced by City’s official kit and retail supplier, Avec Sport.
It has been crafted from a durable, lightweight and quick-drying material, with breathable fabric sleeves, back and side panels to allow air to the body.
Inspired by City’s past, the design of the shirt is based on the famous home strips of the mid-to-late 1970s, in which the Bantams achieved promotion from the old Fourth Division.
Throughout this period, supporters grew accustomed to watching their side contest their home games in white - with a touch of claret and amber.
The kit is all white with a claret stripe down the middle of the shirt centred in between two smaller amber stripes, fading into white at the bottom.
The shirt features the main sponsor JCT600 on the front as well as Mitton Group on the rear of the shirt.
As tradition with modern City kits, a small black ribbon is also placed on the back of the shirt to honour the 56 people who tragically passed away in the 1985 Valley Parade Fire Disaster.
Ahead of the launch of the club’s official partnership with the Darby Rimmer MND Foundation, the shorts of the strip will feature the charity’s logo for the duration of the 2019/20 campaign!
The new shirt is complimented by white shorts, with claret trim, in addition to white socks featuring ‘The Bantams’ in text.
View the: Bradford City 2019-20 Avec Home Kit
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