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Bolton Wanderers 2020 Kits

Bolton Wanderers were formed in 1874 they were previously called Christ Church Sunday School team, the team originally were known as The Reds because they wore red and white quartered shirts and later white shirts with red spots on, which were supposed to make them look bigger. Bolton wear plain white shirts for their home strip, certainly not as exciting as their original colours. Bolton play their home games at the Reebok Stadium, Burnden Way, Lostock, Bolton.

Bolton now have the nickname of the Trotters, gained when the club played beside a pigsty. Famous players who have worn the Bolton strip are Frank Worthington, John McGinlay who played a big part in Bolton's 1990s resurrection and of course, the near legendary Nat Lofthouse who scored a record 255 goals for the club and made 33 appearances for England.

Bolton Wanderers broke their record transfer fee with the signing of Johan Elmander in June 2008 worth 9.2 million pounds. In March 2012 Fabrice Muamba suffered cardiac arrest whilst playing against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane in a FA Cup match which inevitably ended his footballing career.

Bolton Wanderers currently play in the Championship after being relegated from the Premier League in the 2011-12 season. Nicknamed the 'Trotters', Bolton Wanderers wear white shirts with red and blue trim which reflects the colours used in the late 19th century and are manufactured by adidas and sponsored by 188Bet who have been shirt sponsors for four seasons.

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