New kits unveiled
CRAWLEY Town have unveiled their new strip for their first season in League One.
The home shirt predominantly features the club's traditional red colours but has a white band down the centre. The shorts are mainly white with red bands down either side and the socks are red with a white hoop.
The new away shirt is radically different – dark blue with a red flash.
The kit is manufactured by Puma for the second year running. Replicas will go on sale on Saturday at the Broadfield Stadium when the club's expanded shop opens for the first time.
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Chief executive Alan Williams said: "This is a momentous time for the club as we look forward to the challenges of a higher level after a second successive promotion and we are really pleased with the shirts we will be wearing with pride in League One.
"We have retained our traditional red colours because that is what our supporters want but with a nice twist. The away shirt is a little different to our usual white but we feel it is really eye-catching and will be popular with our supporters."
New signings Mat Sadler and Nicky Adams modelled the new strips. Sadler said: "It looks really eye-catching and I like the white band element in the shirt. I'm really looking forward to playing my first game for the club at the Broadfield Stadium and seeing loads of our fans wearing the new shirts and getting behind the boys."
Adult shirts are £39.99, while junior sizes are £34.99.