Bolton Wanderers revealed a new 2019-20 Home kit which will feature the club’s traditional colours of white and navy blue.

Bolton Wanderers Football Club is delighted to announce that Home Bargains has become the club’s official shirt sponsor for the remainder of the current Sky Bet League One campaign.

The Liverpool-based firm, which has over 500 stores in the UK, and five in Bolton, will have its logo on the front of Wanderers’ shirts starting from this evening’s game against Blackpool at the University of Bolton Stadium.

The Home Bargains brand will adorn a sparkling new home and away kit that will feature ‘Established 1877” on the front which pays homage to the club adopting its famous name 142 years ago.

The kits have been produced by Wanderers in conjunction with Leeds-based Infinity Apparel who were carefully selected by the club due to their commitment in adhering to stringent ethical, environmental and employment standards including safe working conditions, living wages and ensuring that that no child labour is used in any part of the supply chain.

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Comments (4)

  1. Walton Bonderers

I know Bolton are going through some tough times at the moment but that kit doesn't help! It's a bit nasty is that.

 
  1. Pedro

I'm really glad the club survived, and I really like what they're saying about the ethics of the manufacturer.

The kit is howling, though.

 
  1. ANON

the Hummel teamwear top they were using was a nicer template..

Homey Bs wasn't a particularly lucky sponsor for Tranmere (co-incided with Tranmere dropping from League 1 to the conference), hope club and sponsor have better luck this time!

 
  1. Lancashire hot pot

Oh my...

Perhaps better for everyone concerned if BWFC just padlocked the gates for good if this is what's on offer.

Puke.

 
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