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.
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