Nicknamed the 'Pirates', Bristol Rovers play in League Two where they wear blue and white halved shirts with blue shorts and socks and they play their home games at Memorial Stadium in Bristol. The club play a heated rivalry against city rivals Bristol City as well as Swindon Town, Plymouth Argyle, Exeter City and Yeovil Town. The club first had the blue and white halves in the early 1930s.
Nicknamed The Pirates thanks to the maritime history of Bristol, they wear blue and white quartered shirts, white shorts and blue socks. A couple of top players who have pulled on the Rovers shirt are Gary Mabbutt who started his career at the club and Bobby Zamora who joined from West Ham's youth ranks briefly.
League One club Bristol Rovers unveil both their home and away shirts for 2016/17 designed by Macron. Bristol Rovers are prepared to look as iconic as ever through their latest example of blue and white quarters which compose the club's home shirt [...]
League Two outfit Bristol Rovers have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season. Again supplied by Errea, the new home shirt features a traditional quartered design with two blue quarters on the upper right and lower left sides and the two white quarters on the upper [...]
Conference side Bristol Rovers have given fans the opportunity to vote in on next season's away kit from three options [...]
Conference Premier side Bristol Rovers have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Errea, the new home shirt for Rovers features their trademark blue and white quarters with the blue squares featuring a unique wave effect [...]
Currently having their kits supplied by Errea we are continuing to take a look back at some of the most memorable and iconic Bristol Rovers shirts to be produced. Bristol Rovers wore a special third shirt to celebrate their 125th anniversary [...]
Bristol Rovers were formed in 1883 as The Black Arabs and they were renamed Bristol Rovers in 1899 after briefly being called Eastville Rovers and Bristol Eastville Rovers. The club joined the Southern League in 1899, and were founder members of the Football League Third Division in 1920. They play their home games in the 11,916 capacity Memorial Stadium in Horfield, Bristol.
The Pirates have had several kit suppliers in their history including Errea, Strikeforce, Avec, Cica, Le Coq Sportif, Matchwinner, Spall, Henson, Hobott and Bukta.