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History Of Bristol Rovers F.C. - The 1960s
... kicked off early at 715 pm, meaning that this was the first result in the competition 1962–63 home kit 1963–64 home kit 1966–67 home kit For the 1962–63 season, Rovers abandoned their now familiar blue ...
Algeciras CF - Home Kit
... The kit was adopted from Southampton in England it was chosen from different English kits that were brought to a shop in Gibraltar, as this type of gear ...
History Of Wigan Warriors - Colours, Kits and Sponsorships
... Since then, the home kits have consisted of cherry and white in different variations, usually hoops ... Over the years, the home kits have consisted of a lighter shade of red rather than the cherry colour, however the club has still been known as "the Cherry and Whites" ... The away or alternate kit colours have usually been blue and white ...
History Of Bristol Rovers F.C. - The 1990s
... his replacement by former player Ian Holloway 1996–97 home kit 1997–98 home kit Rovers' return to Bristol was at the beginning of the 1996–97 season ... The return to Bristol was finally achieved for the second home game of the season against Stockport County, a game that was drawn 1–1 ... The Bristol Rovers home kit for this season featured an unusual striped quartered design, known to the club's fans as the Tesco bag shirts in reference to the company's blue and white striped carrier bags ...
Bristol Rovers F.C. - Colours and Badge - Kit Suppliers and Sponsors
... Rovers first used an official kit supplier in 1977, and the club's first official kit sponsor followed in 1981 ... Rovers' longest running kit suppliers are Bukta who supplied the club kits for seven years ... The club's longest running kit sponsorship was from local company Cowlin Construction who sponsored the club for a total of 11 years before ending the deal in 2009 ...

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