Bradford City unveil claret-and-amber away shirt after change to home colours

Bradford City will wear claret and amber next season as the club's new away strip.

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The League Two club have gone away from their traditional colours in their new home strip, which is based on the white shirt worn when the club won the fourth-tier title 40 years ago.

So instead they will wear their more usual colours away from home, in a halved shirt available at the club shop from Friday.

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The shirt is made from lightweight, sweat-wicking interlock polyester with claret side mesh panels, allowing airflow to the body. It features an amber star over the club badge to mark the 1911 FA Cup win and a black ribbon on the rear to mark those who died in the Valley Parade Fire of 1985.

The shorts and socks are predominantly black, with claret and amber.

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