Here's a picture of the new Nuneaton Borough 2007/2008 away kit made by Vandanel
The club colours are traditionally blue and white stripes, which have been brought back for the 2006/07 season after being scrapped for the 2005/06 season. The club is set to move to a purpose built stadium which they will share with Nuneaton Rugby Club. Boro's local rivals include Hinckley United, Bedworth United, Atherstone Town, Tamworth, and Coventry City. After the club announced a six-figure sponsorship deal with housing company Bloor Homes last year, which was meant to be the biggest sponsorship deal in the club's history, following with a sponsorship by Stuart Plumbing & Heating Supplies in 06/07.
Nuneaton have announced that the sponsors for the 2007/08 season will be simply bathroom.
The club play at Manor Park which is located in Beaumont Road, Nuneaton. The ground has three stands, the Cock & Bear end which is named after the public house just outside the ground is where the supporters gather and create a lot of noise and atmosphere. The Main Stand is the seated area at the ground and contains 500 seats. The Canal Side is named after the Coventry Canal which flows past behind it and is where the away supporters are positioned when segregation is in place. The club are set to move to a new stadium at the end of the 2006/07 season which they will share with Nuneaton Rugby Club. The new 5,000 capacity ground at Liberty Way will be built in three phases, and is due to be completed in 2009.
Nuneaton Borough A.F.C. are the major football club in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, and currently play in the Conference North division. The club was founded in 1937 and previous club names include Nuneaton St. Nicholas and Nuneaton Town. The Boro, as they are known to supporters, play at Manor Park, which has a capacity of 6,000 (500 seated) although 22,114 spectators packed into the ground for an FA Cup tie against Rotherham United in 1967. Kevin Wilkin is the manager of the football club initially taking over as caretaker following the resignation of previous manager Roger Ashby. Kevin Wilkin was officially appointed manager on 28 March 2007.