Wycombe Wanderers have unveiled their new home kit for the 2009/10 campaign, after a high profile media launch at Adams Park on Tuesday afternoon.

The stylish strip has been designed by the club's new manufactures Joma, who are responsible for producing the shirts of elite Spanish sides such as Sevilla, Racing Santander and Deportivo La Coruña.

Peter Taylor's boys will now take to the field in the thoroughly modern looking outfit, which has also been designed with a nod to the club's glory days.

The traditional two-tone blue quarters now mimic the colours donned by the famous Wanderers sides of the early nineties, an era where Martin O'Neill's outfit made Wembley a second home during years of unprecedented success.

The strip will be available to pre-order from the 16th June and will go on general sale on the 10th July.

Adult shirts are priced at £34.99, whilst kids can show their true colours for just £24.99.

A new club partnership has also been announced with Bucks New University forming a unique link with the Chairboys, the only University to appear on the shirt of a side in the Football League.

Thanks to Steve



Comments (6)

  1. maciel

Jesus christ...the idea looks good, but the execution..... :evil:

  1. fsc

Did anyone else used to go shopping as a kid with their fully footy kit on including shin pads?

  1. fsc

Not too bad to be honest. I like the colours. <br /><br />If the shirt was just the solid colours and got rid of piping around the collar and if the sponsor was more though out. Credit though that its hard to place a sponsor on a kit like that (blackburn)<br /><br />Overall not too shabby.

  1. fsc

Whoeve designed tha should be hung, drawn and

  1. fsc
  1. fsc

It\'s not the worst kit ever but it\'s also not the best kit ever. Its just ok

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