New Stoke City Away Shirt For 09/10 Season: Revealed

stoke city away kit1 New Stoke City Away Shirt For 09/10 Season: RevealedA photograph of Stoke City’s new away shirt for the 2009-2010 season have been revealed.

Stoke City’s new away football kit will be black with red trim. Designed and manufactured by Le Coq Sportif, the shirt will be sponsored by Britannia Building Society.

The new black away kit will replace Stoke’s current design which is yellow.

The new kit will be available on May 21.

To me, I’m a big fan of black away kits. This one is a classy one that’s modern looking but not too flashy.

The polo-shirt style collar will make the shirt fashionable for both casual wear and on the football pitch.

A unique touch is the unusual cut in the sleeve. Personally, I like it. It adds that little bit of style to the shirt without overdoing it.

In the image pictured, Stoke City defender Ryan Shawcross is modeling the new away kit.

What’s your opinion about Stoke’s new away football kit? Click the comments link below to share your opinions.

So far, Le Coq Sportif will be providing football kits next season for Premier League clubs such as Stoke City, Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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17 thoughts on “New Stoke City Away Shirt For 09/10 Season: Revealed”

  1. Generally, I like black strips too, but not this one, I think it is awful. It is very trashy- we’ll look like a darts team! And as for the polo collar being “fashionable”, get a life! Footie shirts are not fashion. Still, having put up with the yellow monstrosity for a season, I suppose we shouldn’t have expected too much. The blue one from our last Championship campaign was much better.

  2. i think this a nice kit and why are you focusing on his boots your supposed to be having your say on the kit

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