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Exeter City unveiled the new 09/10 away kit made by Carbrini ahead of the trip to Leeds United.

As modeled below by striker Adam Stansfield the new kit sees the players wearing a black kit for the first time since the hugely successful centenary shirt worn famously at Old Trafford in 2005.

The shirt proudly bears the name of our primary club sponsor Flybe printed onto the fabric and also our new sponsors for the back of the shirt: visitdevon-co-uk.

The shirt will be available in the Club Shop at St James Park, online and at all Tony Pryce stores from 29th August 2009, when the Grecians are at home to Milton Keynes Dons.

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Comments (25)

  1. Matthew Wilkinson

I never knew that one of the nicknames of the gers was the red devils - the nickname of two far more important clubs -independiente and Man U - with less history of crowd violence.

 
  1. Ped Cee

If Yea Want Mate ;-) We Might Have More History Of Crowd Violence, But We Also Have A Better History ON THE PITCH !!!<br /><br />109 Trophies, Another 2 To Be Added This Month..<br />51, Soon To Be 52 League Titles :-)<br /><br />Read It An Weep ;-)

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

And how many times have you been crowned best team on the continent? a big fat Zero. (Independiente 7, Man United 3) Plus, you play in a league with only two teams, and I cannot belive your first statement. <br /><br />better history on the pitch? no way, come back when youre the best team in Europe or the world.

 
  1. Guest

to be fair though ped cee the scottish premiership isn&#039;t exactly a high level of football with only 2 teams battling it out for 2 trophies that in comparison with anything else is pretty much worthless. and if both celtic and rangers were put in the prem then they would probably just get relegated straight away and have trouble staying in the championship so all that so called &quot;rubbing it in&quot; isn&#039;t exactly something to be proud of. i have many trophies from playing football over the years and they probably have more worth than those of any scottish team has won minus the one champions league celtic have won.

 
  1. Darryn Hutchison

Rangers and Celtic ur 2 of the biggest clubs in Britain. Bigger than any Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea ect. Just look at the history.

 
  1. Darryn Hutchison

Rangers and Celtic ur 2 of the biggest clubs in Britain. Bigger than any Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea ect. Just look at the history.

 
  1. Guest

could you bitches put your claws away? this is for comments on the shirt design! i like it, well done

 
  1. larkhall bear

dont like the top, mv, where did you get your info on rangers being called the red devils, as for the premier league we&#039;ll never be in it, so we&#039;ll never know how we would cope in it!

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Notice the Red Devil on the inside of the collar and the hem of the shirt? thats where. Anyway, as soon as the two glasgow teams start to get shake up europe on a regular basis, and start to seriously compete for silverwear in europe, then they will become more important. <br /><br />and the Old firm is not without parallel. Penarol (5 copa libertadores) and National (3 Copa libertadores) Dominate club football in Uruguay, and theyve been competative in international club football throughout most of their history

 
  1. Guest

are you having a laugh hutchy14? i don&#039;t support any of the big 4 prem teams but i have to say rangers and celtic may have history but so does every other team and in this day and age the big 4 are up there at the top in the world not just in britain. and as much as i hate to say it but man u are probably the biggest team in the world so i doubt rangers and celtic are going to trouble them.

 
  1. Guest

wideopen...wheeesht..Rangers and Celtic operate on no where near the money that all the clubs get in the Premiership. Its not exactly a level playing field is it. Aye Uraguayan teams.....aye ok whatever. <br /><br />The top is minging...Frosty Jacks cider....what the f**k..

 
  1. fsc

carbrini have obviously looked at nike kits and put to templates together to try and make their own

 
  1. Jordan

Clean, simple, very nice

 
  1. fsc

nice and simple, a bit more red couldn\'t have hurt tho.

 
  1. fsc

A Hink this strip is really smart and i agree with james mc a think a bit more red would have been nicer :lol:

 
  1. fsc

The visitdevon.co.uk ruins the back of the kit. Otherwise I like it.

 
  1. fsc

A simple design looks ok

 
  1. fsc

nike brasil anybody?

 
  1. Gethin ap Phylip

Nah not really this shirt is more subtle than the Brazil kit, but you can still see the inspiration that that shirt has given to this. Let\'s face it Carbrini were a joke when they first started making these kits but they\'re stuck at it and there latest kits look very nice, far less Chav.

 
  1. fsc

quite nice with the exception of the logo patches on the sleeves

 
  1. fsc

wasnt good enuff in it to beat the mighty leeds haahah cum on united!!!!

 
  1. fsc

[quote=Anonymous]wasnt good enuff in it to beat the mighty leeds haahah cum on united!!!![/quote]<br /><br />Id rarther not mate...<br /><br />But the kit is quite nice. I hate the logos on the sleeves though.

 
  1. fsc

Comes to something when fans of the \"mighty leeds\" have to crow about a 2-1 home victory over Exeter City!<br />Like the shirt, but agree with a lot of others on here about the sleeve badges.

 
  1. fsc

I hate the logos on the side of the kit. but the kit it self is alright. The mighty leeds lol. more like the mighty toon the toon are better than exeter and leeds put 2gether come on the toon!!!!!!

 
  1. fsc

why is the flybe logo printed on this kit, and on the home kit its stuck on a piece of paper. i like the kit simple yet stylish. 8/10 from me<br /><br />oh and i prefer it to leeds away kit

 
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