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bradford city 10-11 surridge home kit

Bradford City revealed the first pictures of their eagerly anticipated new 2010/2011 home strip made by Surridge.

For the first time since the early 1990's, the new Bantams home shirt will feature amber as its predominant colour - a stark contrast to this season's all claret kit.

The main amber body of the shirt is broken up though by a series of claret pin stripes to give the jersey a simple but stylish look.

 bradford city 10-11 surridge home kit

The shirt also features claret panels under the arms. As per this season, the strip will be completed by claret shorts.

The shirt will also still include a star placed above the club crest to represent City's F.A Cup victory back in 1911.

This year's star is black to ensure some part of that colour is in the strip as a mark of respect to those who sadly lost their lives in the Valley Parade fire disaster.

Along with as these exclusive pictures, supporters can also view a version of the Bantams 2010/2011 home strip in the Surridge Superstore this Saturday before the Northampton Town fixture.

As another treat for Bradford fans, Peter Taylor's side will take on the Cobblers at Valley Parade decked out in the new strip for the very first time.

Supporters are reminded though that the new strip will not be available for sale until Saturday 8th May 2010.

Thanks to Richard

 

 

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-2 #1 Guest 2010-05-02 11:18
:lol: :lol:
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-1 #2 Guest 2010-05-02 11:25
looks like one of those cheap retro kits from toffs, i feel sorry for the fans they deserve better and a black star to remember a triumph and a disaster thats very tasteless.
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-3 #3 dude 2010-05-02 12:29
oh my god...
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-2 #4 Guest 2010-05-02 12:41
Let's play ball!
Those pinstripes are awful...
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0 #5 Guest 2010-05-02 12:41
cool
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+4 #6 gleefuljason 2010-05-02 14:36
This is better than the purple one from this season.

I have a feeling it will be a title winning shirt.
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-8 #7 Jimbo^2 2010-05-02 15:50
I think stricter legislation concerning the use of stars needs enforcing. There should be a system so that everyone can understand what they mean, otherwise an FA Cup win looks as important as a World Cup win.
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+1 #8 vigilante 2010-05-02 16:02
A really nice retro feel to this kit. Well done Surridge!
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+2 #9 Guest 2010-05-02 22:26
how dare you call it tasteless.do u know about the fire.the first great football disaster before heysel and hillsborough and do u kno how it has affected this city.the top looks class and will see the club promoted back to where they belong.
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+3 #10 Guest 2010-05-02 22:27
u disgust me
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+2 #11 Guest 2010-05-03 07:11
Excellent shirt. Bradford City are very lucky to have this design. Surridge is a good kit maker. I will definately buy this.
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+3 #12 Guest 2010-05-03 08:31
what happened to the crest, it's tiny, should be twice the size
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+2 #13 gleefuljason 2010-05-03 09:00
To a supporter, an FA cup win for their club can be just as important as a World Cup win for their country.
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0 #14 Guest 2010-05-03 09:07
nice kit coming from a leeds fan. then again, im not bitter about other yorkshire teams being successful.
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+5 #15 Guest 2010-05-03 10:43
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first great football disaster before heysel and hillsborough
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Good Grief, bragging rights over disasters now...

...and it's a shame lfcbcfc has forgotton Ibrox.
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0 #16 Guest 2010-05-03 17:33
Perhaps not their usual level of awesomeness, but still quite good.
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+1 #17 Guest 2010-05-04 03:02
Nice kit.

The black star is a nice touch. Very respectful.


RIP
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0 #18 Guest 2010-05-04 13:36
Its a bit 80's ! :sad:
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-1 #19 Guest 2010-05-04 22:47
Looks a very smart kit this. Clean and simple. Top marks IMHO.
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+2 #20 Guest 2010-05-05 11:28
surridge are awful
the first season they took away the blue off of the
st johnstone strips and placed it with blue :sigh:
and bradfords kits they have mucked them up masivly and this year with saints they have gold trimins :zzz so cliche
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+1 #21 Guest 2010-05-05 19:13
sorry im a liverpool and city fan and the guy saying the star is tasteless realy pissed me off knowing how much it means to the people of this city.sorry i forgot to mention ibrox it was just the obvious ones that popped into mind
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+1 #22 Guest 2010-05-09 08:24
Quoting XBC:
:lol: :lol:

horrible shirt, usually buy a new shirt but may give this a miss. Lets go back to the 1985 strip.
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-1 #23 Guest 2010-06-16 23:08
not my favorite kit, but still buying it (c'mon the ointment)
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