Jody Morris, shows the new 08/09 St. Johnstone home shirt, which sees a return to the traditional blue home shirt.

St. Johnstone unveiled their new home shirt for the 2008-2009 season. Jody Morris, shows the new 08/09 St. Johnstone home shirt, which sees a return to the traditional blue home shirt.

The jersey, again manufactured by Surridge and with continuing sponsorship from George Wimpey, will be in the shops in July. Last season’s yellow kit will remain registered with Scottish Football League and a new sky blue outfit will also be introduced.

St. Johnstone Football Club is a Scottish football club based in Perth. Although it is officially recorded as being formed in 1884, research has shown that they did not play their first game until February 1885.The club was formed by members of the local cricket team seeking to occupy their time once the cricket season had finished.

The cricketers were kicking a football around the South Inch, a large public park beside the River Tay during the autumn of 1884. This is widely acknowledged to be the date of the formation of St. Johnstone Football Club, although it wasn't until early in the following year that a group of footballers. led by John Colborn, held an official meeting that led to the formation of the club as a separate entity rather than a 'spin-off' of the cricket club.

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Comments (6)

  1. fsc

I\'m sure they\'ll place the sponsor\'s logo a bit better when the real shirts come out.

 
  1. fsc

:-? what kina sponsor sais that it is wimpey

 
  1. Guest
  1. Guest

i hate man utd..but this kit is amazing

 
  1. Baz

Great kit...a perfect amount of black there...this is a strong design and a nice touch with the Sharp logo.

 
  1. fsc

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOOLOOLOL<br /><br />what do u mean the real kits what then **** is that then a hologram <br /><br />Acciessss all the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
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