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New Strips Unveiled

New Strips Unveiled

Blues have today released photos of our new strip for next season.



Back in January the official Supporters Panel were formed and members were invited to St Andrews to comment and offer suggestions on three designs for the home and away kit. In such the soon to be released new strips are an amalgamation of the feedback and comments the club received following this exercise.

Also, as a special touch, in December 2006 the club will be celebrating 100 years of St Andrews, and these shirts will be commemorative editions which will feature both embroidery at the bottom on the back of the shirts for the 100 year anniversary, plus a woven label on the sideseam for the occasion.



The home kit is available from 4th August, and the away kit from 30th June. Details can be found on the official site for pre ordering.

Prices are £32 adults, and £24 juniors.

Taken from the OS:

'All profits raised from every shirt you buy direct from the club will be ploughed back in to building a bigger club and fighting our battle for promotion.'

Writer:
Date:Friday May 26 2006
Time: 11:23AM

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Shirt looks ok to me, but not being a supporter it would, but i think the price is good. £32 compared to what some clubs charge is good VFM.
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27/05/2006 12:45:00
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