Kieran McKenna was impressed by Ipswich Town’s new third kit, which was revealed to supporters at half-time during last night’s 1-0 win at Bristol City.

The Blues were due to wear it as a surprise for their trip to Rotherham United, but the match was postponed due to flooding around the New York Stadium.

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As a result, it was revealed on TownTV last night, where fans got a first look at the new white kit.

Featuring pinstripes, black shorts and the retro badge, the design is based on the shirt worn from 1981-84, starting the season after Town lifted the UEFA Cup.

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McKenna admitted that the players got a look at it earlier this month, describing it as ‘a lovely kit’ after the win at Ashton Gate.

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“I saw it, because I think it was known that we were going to wear it on Friday night [against Rotherham],” he said.

“We showed it to the players on the Thursday so that they could be familiar with it.

“I think it’s a lovely kit, and I know it’s a bit of a nod to tradition. There was actually someone outside the team bus today wearing the 1981 version, which was pretty cool. It was almost like he knew what was coming later in the evening!

“It’s another really nice kit, so credit to everyone involved in that.”