Hartlepool United yesterday unveiled their new home kit for the 2019/20 season ahead of their pre-season friendly against Middlesbrough this afternoon.
Interestingly, they have ditched the blue and white stripes and instead gone ‘with a classy white band across the chest and white trim on the sleeves, which is matched by the trim on the blue shorts and socks’ as described on the club website.
The goalkeeper kit has also been revealed with that and it’s an eyecatching one, sales for both will be definitely be soaring.
Take a look through our gallery of images from our kit launch photo shoot earlier this week…https://t.co/84z24ISBUz
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Chief Executive Mark Maguire said: “I am absolutely delighted that, after months of planning and a huge amount of hard work behind the scenes, we can now officially launch our partnership with O’Neills with a new home kit and the opening of the new Pools Retail Store on Clarence Road.”
“In O’Neills we believe we have found a partner who understands the Club and who will work with us to further improve our retail offering on which we’ve made such great progress already over the last 12 months.
“We are delighted with the kit designs and the quality of all merchandise and so far O’Neills have lived up to and exceeded our expectations.
“It’s an exciting year ahead and I am sure that Pools fans will appreciate the quality of the kits, as we as the new store which is an important step forward for the Club.
“We are continuing to build an infrastructure and a commercial base which will allow us to be competitive on the field and have a really good crack at the top seven in the coming season.”
The home shirt is priced at £38 for adults and £32 for juniors. Shorts are £20 for adults and £16 for juniors and the socks are £10 for adults and £8 for juniors. Want the full kit for your toddler? That will cost £35.
After checking out the new cracking home and goalkeeper kit, fans took to give their reaction and it’s definitely gone down well – find out what they tweeted on the next page.