Rotherham United revealed the first of two ‘secondary’ kits manufactured by Puma Teamwear which will be worn by the first team on their travels during the 2020/21 Sky Bet Championship campaign.

Supporters who are old enough to remember the year 1994 will notice similarities between this design and the away strip of that era, which also combined the use of contrasting red and black stripes on a white bodied jersey.

Like the home kit, the 2020/2021 alternate shirt will be sponsored again by Phil Smith and will display the Embark brand. On the reverse will be the logo of Hughie Construction, who have offices based at AESSEAL New York Stadium and are continuing to grow their business portfolio with the club.

The shirt technology is once again made of lightweight polyester with moisture wicking technology - designed to quickly draw sweat away from the body, keeping you drier, cooler and more comfortable for longer.

The accompanying black shorts are also made from 100% polyester and come complete with windmill crest and grown on waistband with inner drawcord, while the socks once again compliment the shirt design and are white in colour with the club initials ‘RUFC’ knitted into the reverse. The socks also feature a tonal detail in the form of a hoop at the top to turnover, while the Puma Cat branding is displayed on the front.

View the: Rotherham United 2020-21 Puma Home Kit

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Comments (9)

  1. Doyve

Crap

 
  1. Godge

Really nice. Smart and unpretentious. Can't beat the old pinstripes.

 
  1. MiLLEr MaN

Excellent 10/10

 
  1. Steviemick

Looks like puma have come up with some pretty decent kits for us this year.
I would have preferred the back yolk to be red rather than black but just a minor gripe

 
  1. Far Acre

Who doesn’t love pinstripes? I quite like this one. 10/10 in my opinion.

 
  1. Paddy Mac

Cracking shirt, would be better if the pin stripes continued on the back too.

 
  1. NORTH

always laugh when I see mid and late 90s matches ..the baggy style tops as opposed to todays Italian cycling shirt styles.
Maybe try somewhere between, as football tops were always

 
  1. wall4life

It's ok. Trouble is, it's Rotherham so only about three people will buy it.

 
  1. Big Man In The Middle

: Is the designer a Fulham fan?

 
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