Darlington Football Club has unveiled its new look home kit for the 2007/08 season. The club has formed a partnership with kit suppliers Vandanel to provide the latest strips, the design of which was chosen by supporters.
Darlington Building Society have once again continued its long association with the football club and sponsored the club's new look shirts.
In addition to the shirts, shorts and socks, which will be available for fans to buy from early June the full range of first-team wear, including bench coats, track suits and wet weather tops will soon be stocked in both the club shop at the Darlington Arena and a new outlet in the Queen Street Shopping Centre, which opens on June 4th.
Jon Sotnick, chief executive of Darlington Football Club said: "The launch of a new kit is always an exciting time for supporters and we are pleased that the home strip will be available in plenty of time for the summer holidays
Vandanel is a highly respected supplier and our partnership with them will offer fans a bigger and more varied range of products."
Darlington Football Club are an English football team based in the English town of Darlington, currently playing in Football League Two.
Darlington Football Club was founded at Darlington Grammar School in 1883. In 1889 it joined the new Northern League, which they won in 1896 and 1900. The club turned professional in 1908 and joined the North Eastern League.
The club's nickname is the Quakers, in reference to the religious movement that had a historic influence on the town. Darlington have a strong rivalry with Hartlepool and are currently sponsored by local company Darlington Building Society.