Poll: Will the new season away kit go down in ITFC history? Vote for your favourite kit
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Blue and white are their traditional home colours but Ipswich Town have played in a variety of different shades away from home over the years.
And next season the Tractor Boys will be sporting navy and burgundy stripes in some of away clashes.
The kit, which bares a striking resemblance to that of Barcelona, was launched yesterday, along with the traditional bright blue home shirt featuring a wide, white collar.
Could these kits be two of their most memorable ever?
Or will it fail to live up to the black and white away kit worn in 1978 – a year that saw Bobby Robson’s side win the FA Cup at Wembley after beating Arsenal 1-0 in the final, thanks to Roger Osborne’s late winner. Or the blue home kit of that season?
Could it be the home blue and white kit of champions of Europe, like the one Town wore during the 1981 UEFA Cup victory – a two-legged affair against AZ 67 Alkmaar. But one which was also played in when Town beat crack French side St Etienne 4-1 in France – Michel Platini and all?
Or will the new ‘Barcelona’ kit be talked about for years to come like the ‘laces’ home shirt of 1993?
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Perhaps it will it go down in history like the 2000 home shirt did – traditional blue and white, and of course the year Town again won at Wembley in the Championship play-off final against Barnsley, on their way to the Premier League.
Vote for your favourite in our poll, or comment below if your vote goes to another memorable kit.