Darlington 10-11 errea kit vote winner

Darlington FC have revealed their new home and away kit designs for next 10/11 season, as voted for by supporters.

The club offered fans the chance to vote for the 2010-11 strips by giving them two options for each.

The club received more than a thousand votes all together - by post, email and text - and the winning designs were unveiled at last night's Question of Sport fans' night at the Northern Echo Arena.

Option A for both home and away kits won the vote, with the home kit reverting to the club's traditional black and white hoops, and the all-red version winning the away vote.

"It's proved to be an extremely popular exercise," said the club's community liaison officer Damon Shaw.

"We received a lot of votes, more than a thousand, which proves fans do like to have their say on what happens with their club.

"This is the best way for us to make sure we have a popular kit for fans to enjoy so we'd like to thank everyone who took time to vote.

"Hopefully the winning designs will prove just as popular with the supporters, and they'll be ready for them to buy in plenty of time for next season."

Fans who voted were entered into a free prize draw, with the first prize being a trip to Italy (terms and conditions apply), which includes a visit to Erreà, Darlington's kit manufacturers, plus two season tickets and a signed framed shirt, which was won by Tracey Foster.

Second prize is two season tickets and a signed framed shirt, won by Chuck Gutierrez.

Darlington 10-11 errea kit vote winner

Darlington 10-11 errea kit vote winner

 

 

 

 

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Comments (3)

  1. oliver
  1. Kory

good decision too stick with the more traditional home kit

 
  1. Jimbo

If option A was the winner, why show option B as the first pic?

 
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