Cheltenham Town Football Club and The Gloucestershire Echo are giving all Robins fans a chance to pick their club's away kit for the 2010/11 season. They have three designs to choose from and the one that comes out on top will be the official away strip next season.
Cheltenham have turned out in a wide range of change strips since entering the Football League in 1999. Their first was a white shirt with a blue horizontal stripe across the chest.
After two seasons, this was switched to an all orange affair in the Holland vein, along with a yellow and blue third kit, which the team won promotion to League One in for the first time in the 2002 play-off final, when they defeated Rushden and Diamonds 3-1 at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.
Blue and black stripes a la Inter Milan, grey and maroon, all-blue and another variation on all-yellow have also been used, as well as this season's black with red strip.
But which colour would you like to see your team play with on the road?
Both the home and away kits will be changed for next season, along with a brand new club logo and the name of main sponsors Mira Showers.
They will still be made by Italian manufacturers Errea, who have been the club's kit suppliers since 1997.
Cheltenham have played in a predominantly red home strip with white trim for the past two campaigns, in a departure from the traditional red and white stripes, which could be set for a welcome return.
You have two methods of voting for your favourite away strip. You can either vote online through The Gloucestershire Echo or you can pop down to the Cheltenham Town club shop and personally submit your vote.
The deadlines for all votes will be at 12pm on the 31st March and two lucky fans will be drawn at random to win a fantastic prize:
First Prize: Your very own away shirt and a 2010/11 season ticket.
Second Prize: Be a Sports Reporter for the day with the Gloucestershire Echo!