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Bristol City 2018 Shirts



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Bristol City with the nickname the Robins wear a kit of red shirts with white shorts and socks for their home games, the away strip is white shirts with black shorts and socks. The red shirt has the strange honour of winning the Welsh cup in 1934, having previously featured as the losers in an FA Cup Final against Manchester United in 1909.

Bristol City Football Club were formed in 1897 and with local rivals Bristol Rovers are based in the West Country city of Bristol. City play their home games in the 21,500 capacity Ashton Gate stadium in the South West of the city. Well known players who have donned the Bristol City shirt include Norman Hunter who joined in 1976 for 2 seasons, best remembered for his exploits at Leeds and Andy Cole who made 41 appearances between and scored 20 goals.

Nicknamed 'The Robins', Bristol City have had several kit manufacturers in their past including Puma, TFG Sports, Admiral, Uhlsport, Lotto, Nibor, Bukta, Umbro and many more!

Bristol City currently play in League One after they were relegated from the Championship in the 2012-13 season where they finished 24th. Bristol City wear an all red kit manufactured by adidas who have produced their shirts for over three seasons and are sponsored by Blackthorn. Bristol City's red home shirt was first seen in the late 19th century where the club wore white knickerbockers.

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