Bristol City have revealed their new away kit for the upcoming 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship season.
The kit is made up of a predominantly white shirt with black shorts and socks, featuring the robin crest.
Exclusive to the away shirt, anthem jacket and training wear, is the return of the crest featuring a Robin perched on a football in front of the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge. It hints at the kit of the late 1980s, an era which saw City lift the Football League Trophy in 1986, followed by promotion from the old Third Division in 1989.
Bristol City vice-chairman Jon Lansdown said: “This year’s kits give a nod to the late 1980’s and as such, provide the perfect opportunity to bring back the robin for a special edition away shirt.
“Entering the fifth season of shaping our own kit design, we are proud to do things differently and the return of the robin adds to that tradition.
“I hope the fans like the new designs and enjoy wearing them with pride.”