Brighton and Hove Albion unveiled the new red and black 09/10 away kit made by Errea.

The material is manufactured using Errea's revolutionary nanotechnology, which makes the shirt water resistant, antibacterial and stain resistant.

The kit also features black shorts with a red trim, and red socks with a black trim.

Fans can get their hands on the new kit at the official opening of the new club store, on the afternoon of Wednesday 8th July.




Comments (13)

  1. fsc

Now thats one ugly footballer.Plus the kits a mess.

  1. Matthew Wilkinson

brilliant design, very original template, the same as one of the choices for grimsby, and at least they can actually use this shirt, unlike the away kits for last season. not so sure about the goalie shirt though.......

  1. fsc

Since when did brighton sign one on the teenage mutant nija turtles?

  1. fsc

The outfield kit design is a bit of a b@stardisation of the adidas jerseys of 2006/07 like Germany and Liverpool away, the keepers jersey is pretty gash, altogether cheap

  1. fsc

Basic deisgn is good but too much going on in the centre of the shirt with the narrow sponsor logo, club crest and errea logo looking a bit \"piled up\" in my opinion.<br /><br />Original way to show stripes in an asymmetric design that doesn\'t look contrived and the gold stitching/accents add a quality touch.<br /><br />Still seems weird to see teams with predominantly blue home kits playing in red away shirts though e.g. Brighton, Birmingham City at times etc

  1. fsc


  1. Chris

I like that, but a pity they\'ve cut most of it off in the photo.

  1. fsc

Really REALLY crappy!

  1. fsc

not badfor brighton

  1. fsc

Nice Kits not much you can do with red and black stripes but thats a really good design

  1. fsc

rubish kit <br /><br />ever since diadora came with curvy swoosh design loads of manufactre\'s have been copying its design and 4 me diadora is the only one that gets away with it <br />and trying it with stripes is awful :-x

  1. fsc

:woohoo: but the goally shirt is awsome <br /><br />really i meen it

  1. fsc

I was going to buy last season\'s home shirt for my brother (a Seagulls fan) but having seen the actual product opted against it. These kits are very very cheap and not a patch on some of the quality shirts Brighton have had in the past, the best being the Bukta kit of the late 70s and the British Caledonian sponsored Adidas kits of the early 80s.

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