Every new League One kit and price tag as Bristol Rovers await release

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The 2023/24 kits are beginning to be released to the public - and so far there’s been some bold kits from League One.

The 2023/24 League One fixtures releases, and two signings are through the door at Bristol Rovers, and now there's other things to look forward to this summer.

More signings are to be expected, with Jevani Brown expected to be the next player to sign terms at the Memorial Stadium, and Joey Barton won't want to stop there, with five new faces hopefully linking up for pre-season, with a training camp at a Royal Commando's set to take place. One of the things missing at the moment for fans to look forward to is a new kit.

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Bristol Rovers have been with Macron since the 2016/17 season, with their kits having the iconic blue and white quarters, and it should be the fourth kit to have the Utilita sponsor. As Rovers are still with Macron, it could be that they wear their 2021/22 strip for their first pre-season match against Melksham Town on Friday, June 30. Rovers released their shirt on July 22 last year, which is when all of their friendly matches had been played.

In terms of price, at the moment, Bolton Wanderers have the most expensive kit with their Macron kit priced at £55 for adults, and £42 for juniors. Peterborough United have released their away kit but not their home, and their shirt is priced at £50 for adults, and £38 for juniors.

Here are all of the League One kits released so far, what is your favourite? And how much are you willing to exchange for the latest strip?

League One 2023/24 kits

Barnsley (£50 adults, £40 juniors)

Bolton Wanderers (£55 adult, £42 junior)

Carlisle United (£45 adult, £35 juniors)

Fleetwood Town (£50 adults, £35 juniors)

Lincoln City (£46 adult, £36 junior)

Peterborough United (£50 adult, £38 junior)

Port Vale (£46 adult, £36 junior)

Wycombe Wanderers (£47 adult, £36 junior)

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