Bradford (Park Avenue) are pleased to reveal their new home and away strip for the 2018-19 season.
The home shirt maintains the green and white colours of the Avenue. The shirt is all green, and will be accompanied with white shorts.
The away shirt will keep the red, amber and black colour scheme. The kit is predominantly amber with a red trim and will be accompanied with black shorts.
The new Nike kits will also see the club welcome new sponsors for the 2018-19 season. The club has explored a number of sponsorship opportunities; however, the club has decided to promote the Horsfall College of Sport on both of the home and away shirts. The club would like to place on record their thanks to previous shirt sponsors, T&P Print for their continued support over the last few seasons.
CEO Rob Stanley made the following comments on the new shirts:
“In a conversation with Gareth [Roberts] he suggested that we use Horsfall College of Sport on the front of the shirt to promote the academy. This ties in with a deal he is working on with Jonathan Collura of the Nebraska Bugeaters [full story to follow] and will provide the academy with some promotion.”
In addition to this, the club have also secured a new shirt sleeve sponsor and would like to welcome, Peardrop Creative. Peardrop are a local business run by Avenue supporters Carl Marsden and Jac Morton and their sponsorship will see improvements made to the clubs online presence in a push to reach a wider audience and attract new supporters to the Horsfall.
CEO Rob Stanley made the following comments on the partnership with Peardrop:
“We are very excited with the partnership with Peardrop Creative. Jac and Carl are talented lads and passionate about their work and the club. The aim is to improve our website, online presence, and attract a younger supporter. They have already re-designed the programme and will be working on different projects throughout the season.”
Director of Peardrop Creative Jac Morton added the following comments:
“Being a Bradford based company that wants to put back in to the city, we were amazed by the work Bradford Park Avenue has been doing within the local community and wanted to get involved. We can’t wait to see what this season has in store.”
The new shirts go on sale in the Clubshop at the upcoming friendly against Barrow AFC, where the team will fight it out for The Dallas UK Cup.