Mansfield Town unveiled the new 10/11 home and away shirt designs made by Errea.
Home shirts will be in stock from the last game of the season at home to Kidderminster Harriers on Saturday 24th April and the away/leisure shirts are expected to be in the club shop for mid-May, in time for the start of England's World Cup journey.
It is the first time they have reverted to home stripes since the 1997/98 season. they have also opted for 'lucky' amber socks next season. This colour of socks was worn in our 1987 Freight Rover triumph and in our 2001/02 promotion season, to name but two campaigns.
The players will be wearing the new home kit, manufactured by Errea, in the final game of the season at home to Kidderminster Harriers.The shirts will continue to be sponsored by Hymas Homes.
Chairman Andrew Perry said: "We have finally struck a deal with Errea, a quality and professional kit manufacturer who produce kits worldwide for clubs such as Burnley and Brighton.
"There will be no more delays or cancellations when ordering shirts and we can finally deliver to the fans a quality football shirt that will be available all season-round.
"They are stylish designs which I am sure the fans and players will feel comfortable in."
On the design of the new away/leisure shirts, Mr Perry said: "We feel this is a great gesture to the national team in the World Cup year, not only to Mansfield supporters but to fans of other clubs."
He added: "In the next week there will be more news on our Centenary Kit (after the re-naming of Mansfield Town from Mansfield Wesleyans in 1910).
"This will be a commemorative shirt which I am sure enthusiasts of this great football club will appreciate."