Do you like Ipswich Town’s new home kit for 2017/18?

Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers models the new home shirt for 2017/18. Picture: ITFC

Ipswich Town skipper Luke Chambers models the new home shirt for 2017/18. Picture: ITFC - Credit: Archant

Ipswich Town have tonight launched their new home kit for the 2017/18 season.

Bartosz Bialkowski models the new Ipswich Town keeper kit for 2017/18. Picture: ITFC

Bartosz Bialkowski models the new Ipswich Town keeper kit for 2017/18. Picture: ITFC - Credit: Archant

It’s once again manufactured by adidas, for the fourth year running, and once again features the name of owner Marcus Evans as sponsor, for the ninth year running.

Skipper Luke Chambers and fellow defender Tommy Smith were chosen as the models for the launch, while Bartosz Bialkowski models the new sky blue keeper kit.

Junior shirts retail at £34.99, while adult shirts cost £44.99. Fans can pre-order from 9am tomorrow, with the kits going on general sale from 9am on May 26.

The new away kit will be launched in the coming weeks.


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A club statement reads: “The style behind the new looks has been created to echo the past, alongside modern detailing. The Club’s iconic blue and white have been brought to life in a contrasting horizontal hoop pattern with the inclusion of red running through the neck tape. Other details of the shirt include the embroidered adidas brand logo, woven Ipswich Town crest and chest sponsor logo alongside the adidas three-stripe branding adorning both sides.

“Innovation is at the heart of the kit with both the jersey and short featuring ventilated adidas climacool®, to keep you cool and dry, along with the woven crest execution designed to reduce irritation on the skin.

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“The white shorts are back! The shorts go back to the traditional white with blue trim and blue adidas three-stripe detailing. Royal blue socks, with white branding, complete the look for the new season.

“Also donning new home kits for this season are the goalkeepers; wearing a bold bright cyan strip, finished with dark marine detailing and adidas three-stripe branding.”

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