A limited supply of away shirts are now available in store in adult sizes...
The first batch of away shirts have arrived at the Memorial Stadium, ready to go on sale to the public.
Those who pre-ordered shirts will have their order dispatched immediately and should receive it over the coming days. At this moment in time, we have only received an order of shirts in adult's sizes, meaning children's shirts will be sent out as soon as they become available.
In-store, a range of adults sizes are available for £43, whilst the children's sizes are still available for pre-order at £32 via telephone on 0117 9096648 option 1, or instore. They will also be available on the online site shortly, once it has completed it's renovation.
The 2019/20 away kit sees the club move to a very dark blue, contrary to the previous brightly coloured away shirts. There are more signs of a new direction for the away kit in the badge and Macron logo, as the famous Rovers crest gets a neon blue overhaul to match with the trimming around the neck and sleeves.
Once again, our front of shirt sponsor, Utilita, have made every effort to make sure their logo merges perfectly into the overall design of the shirt, changing the colour of their logo to match the shirt's colour scheme in a similar move to the home kit.
Another addition to this shirt was the inclusion of a faint square pattern towards the lower half of the jersey, providing a smart twist to the design.
A final inclusion to the shirt was the back of shirt sponsor, Poplar Insulation, who's logo nicely sits on the shirt's back in an all-white style, perfectly standing out from the rest of the shirt.
The kit was launched at half-time during the Rovers v Wycombe match last Saturday, our first home game of the season, on our brand new big screen. You can catch the full release video below:
Commercial director Tom Gorringe commented on the new kit saying; "Both of this year's kits have been extremely well received by the supporters and the away kit is something a bit different from previous seasons.
"The process for the kits for this season started over a year ago with the final versions approved before Christmas 2018. We are looking forward to seeing the lads in the new away strip this Saturday at Coventry and although it's taken a long time to get these on sale, we think both kits are worth the wait..."