Macclesfield Town have unveiled the new home shirt for next season - 07/08. The shirt has been made by our friends at A-Line so expect another high quality shirt.
Lifelong fan Colin Farnworth (the man on the mic on Silkmen World) helped with the design after winning the competition run by the official site earlier this year.
My first impressions of it are good and I am sure the majority of fans will like it. For those not liking it.... I think it will grow on you.
The new shirt will be worn by the team at the Notts County game at the end of the season.
Macclesfield's colours are blue and white; the club have used combinations of these colours since 1947, with the exception of the 1975-76 season, when the team wore tangerine and black as part of a sponsorship deal. Earlier incarnations of the club wore several different colours. The first Macclesfield kit was amber and black stripes, but between 1882 and 1947 the club also used red and white, red, yellow and blue, blue and white, and black and white.
The club crest is based upon the coat of arms of Macclesfield, and features a blue lion rampant holding a wheatsheaf.