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Nottingham Forest Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

nottingham forest home shirt group Nottingham Forest Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]

Nottingham Forest have unveiled their new home shirt for next season, and will be wearing adidas to replace the Umbro shirts from last season.

The only two photographs published thus far of Forest’s new shirt are pictured above and below. The familiar red shirt of Forest features an adidas shirt that is different to the majority of new template designs that we’ve seen for next season. The white trim complements the red quite well.

The one thing that’s missing from the shirt is a sponsor name.

According to the club, “The club have been in negotiations with a number of potential investors with regards to this season’s shirt sponsorship, a process which will continue until an agreement has been made. Therefore, there will be no shirt sponsor for the launch of the 2013-14 replica shirt.”

But the minute an agreement is signed, you can guarantee the sponsor’s name will be plastered all over the red shirt.

nottingham forest home shirt group alt 600x250 Nottingham Forest Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: Official [PHOTOS]


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