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Exeter City Football Club has launched its new look strip for the 20/21 EFL Sky Bet League Two campaign – featuring a new main club and front of shirt sponsor for the first time in 17 years.
The club announced a three-year partnership with new sponsor Carpetright, the UK’s leading flooring company, earlier this year and their logo adorns the front of the shirt. It is the first time the Carpetright has sponsored a football club.
And there is a new design for the shirt – the red and white stripes are still there, but with a different styling, featuring a solid red base with two half stripes and a black side panel. The shirt features white sleeves and a white collar with black and red detail and is paired with black shorts with white trim and black and white hooped socks.
Wilf Walsh, CEO Carpetright, said they were looking forward to seeing the teams run out in the new strips when the season begins on September 12.
He added: ‘It’s great to see our logo featured on the Exeter FC kit and we hope the fans like the new shirt. We’re looking forward to seeing both the men’s and women’s teams in action this season.’
Players from the club’s men’s and women’s teams posed for the cameras in the new strip, which has been created by Joma, at St James Park this week. The Bard of ECFC Rob Casey, the club’s poet in residence, has written a poem dedicated to the new shirt.
The shirt is priced at £42.95 for adults and £32.95 for children’s sizes. The shop is offering FREE delivery on shirts until 5pm on Saturday, August 15, all you have to do is add the shirt to your basket and free delivery will be available at checkout. Visit shop.exetercityfc.co.uk
The Grecians will continue on the road with the current yellow and purple kit, and the striking black third kit will remain, both with the new Carpetright sponsor. These can also be purchased at: shop.exetercityfc.co.uk.
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