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Cardiff City Away and Third Shirts for the 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

cardiff city away third shirts grouppng Cardiff City Away and Third Shirts for the 2013 14 Season [PHOTOS]

Cardiff City today unveiled their new away and third shirts for the 2013-14 season, or at least we think they did.

The Bluebirds, who wear red as their home kit, revealed the new shirts (pictured above), which the club website are calling their “alternative kits.” But which one is the away, and which one is the third shirt?

Whether Cardiff City have labeled their new kits as “alternatives” on purpose, or if it’s an intern who overlooked pointing out which is away and which is third, I don’t know. It could be an attempt by the club to just call them both “alternatives” rather than upset already Cardiff City fans by naming their blue kit the away kit, when it should be their home kit.

Regardless, both kits are pretty ordinary, which is disappointing from Puma, who are often much more creative with their designs.

The yellow kit was worn by Cardiff for the first time tonight in a preseason friendly that they lost against Brentford.

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