Reading 2023-24 Macron Away Kit

Reading 2023-24 Macron Away Kit

Reading FC have revealed their new away kit for the 2023-24 season, featuring the image of the Maiwand Lion, a symbol well-known and cherished by all in Reading.

Originally unveiled in Forbury Gardens in 1886, the cast iron statue was created as a memorial to honor the 329 brave men from the 66th (Berkshire) Regiment of Foot who sacrificed their lives during the Second Anglo-Afghan War.

Continuing their commitment to sustainability, the shirt is made from Eco-Fabric, sourced entirely from recycled plastic bottles. This initiative is part of the 'Macron 4 The Planet' campaign, which aims to introduce new eco-sustainable products to the market.

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Razza
 · 8 months ago
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Yuk
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Ted ding
 · 8 months ago
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Not different enough from the home shirt -could they use this at QPR away? ( If they were in the same division)
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Pep
 · 8 months ago
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What a load of woke
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PNH
 · 8 months ago
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The kit is OK but to say that a monument commemorating an Anglo-Afghan war is cherished by all in Reading might be stretching the truth a little
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  • Timbo 8 months ago
    Sure its not cherished by the Afgan refugees living in Reading. Who had family members killed in that conflict.
Jophda
 · 8 months ago
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Dont mind this but loses points for a lion which looks more like a smoke cloud after a plane crash.
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Matt
 · 8 months ago
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Does every football shirt have to come with a backstory? It's nonsense.
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  • Percy P 8 months ago
    Agreed ...
Russel1311
 · 8 months ago
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Got to love Reading’s refusal to see the irony in claiming to have a commitment to the environment whilst being sponsored by a car leasing company
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Kit Appraisal
 · 8 months ago
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I was going to say I liked it, but if I did, I'd be lion.
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  • Guest 8 months ago
    Get you coat
Guest
 · 8 months ago
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No disrespect to Maiwand Lion but the image on the shirt just looks like a mud stain, if you have to explain it then clearly something is wrong
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  • Delila 8 months ago
    Ridiculous comment .
Backwardsville
 · 8 months ago
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Unreal. I hated Reading when i visited it 15 years bk .i hate it more after seeing this . Village club
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  • Guest 8 months ago
    Elm Park had to be the most non-descript football ground ever.