Bristol City unveil new 2022/23 home shirt - with Antoine Semenyo among the models
The shirt is a tribute to the side which won the Division Three South title in 1954/55
Bristol City have unveiled their new home shirt for the 2022/23 - designed in tribute to the strip worn in the 1954/55 season when the Robins won the Division Three South title.
The shirt will be worn by all the club’s teams - men’s, women’s and academy. And interestingly, among the players posing in the new shirt was Antoine Semenyo, who fans are keen to keep despite interest for the Ghana international.
The shirt is made by Hummell and bear the name of new sponsor Huboo, which was revealed as the replacement to Mansion Bet in February.
The shirts are collared with white sleeves. They feature the club crest on the left side of the shirt. On the back is an England flag to signify an English-owned club. It goes with white shorts and red and white hooped socks.
A statement on the club website said: “In a tribute to the strip worn in the 1954/55 season, in which City won promotion from Division Three South, the Robins will wear a collared red shirt with white sleeves for the new season.
“Sponsored for the first time by new principal partner Huboo and created with the club’s technical partner hummel, City has taken a shirt from a time when women’s football was still banned, to a kit that’s worn by all its teams, from Academy to first team.”
Along with the home shirt, which was unveiled a day after the goalkeeper tops, a home warm-up teeshirt and zip warm-up jumper have also been released.
An adult shirt is available to buy for £50. The shorts are £25, and the socks £13.
Warm-up tee shirts are priced at £30, while the warm-up jumper is £55.