After unveiling their special green day shirt earlier, Vandanel and Doncaster rovers unveiled their new shirt that will be worn by Doncaster Rovers in the Championship next season and beyond.
There have been quite a few changes made to the kit from last year's. Although the colours of all aspects of the kit remain the same, there have been changed made to the design.
The most obvious change to the shirt is on the collar. The basic v-neck collar of last season has been replaced by a new crew neck collar with v-panel, adding a sportier look but that also allows for greater comfort.
Another big change has been made to the sleeves. The new Vandanel shirt incorporates plain red sleeves, as opposed to last season's hooped sleeves.
Speaking of hoops, the new kit's hoops are wider and, as a result, are fewer and have been given a black trim to each.
The Rovers' main club sponsor, Wright Investments, keep their logo prominently on the front; however, in addition to associate shirt sponsor Stoneacre (which remains on the top of the back of the shirt), the sponsor's logos are now printed onto the shirt, as opposed to embroidered - allowing for the shirt to be much lighter.
A new designed Vandanel logo and the Doncaster Rovers crest remain embroidered. DRFC replaces Doncaster Rovers on the back of the collar; however the final change to the shirt is the location of the famous 'Rovers Till I Die'. Last season saw the saying embroidered on the left sleeve - however it will now return - printed - to the bottom of the back of the shirt.
The shorts are now made up of black with a red trim, as are the socks, which now also read DRFC on the back.