Bury FC known as 'The Shakers' play in League Two where they wear white home shirts with blue trim. Founded in 1885 Bury have won the FA Cup on two occasions once in 1900 and the other title three years later in 1903 and they play their home games at the Gigg Lane Stadium in Bury, Greater Manchester. The club first wore sky blue and brown halved shirts where the white home shirt was first seen in the 1888-1890 season.
Bury are known as the Shakers and for home fixtures wear white shirts with blue sleeves, blue shorts and white socks. The Bury shirt has been pulled on by quite a few players who played at the top of the game including Terry McDermott, Lee Dixon, Neville Southall and Roger Stanislas.
On the back of the club's new New Balance kits, the League One outfit Bury have revealed a new third kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
League One new boys Bury FC have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
League Two side outfit Bury FC have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Again supplied by Surridge Sports, the new home shirt for Bury features their trademark white colour along with royal blue trim under the arms, sides and on the v-neck collar [...]
League Two side Bury have officially announced that they will not be renewing their sponsor ship deal with the Bury Council [...]
Bury were formed in 1885 and were founder members of the Lancashire League in 1889. They play their home games at the 11,669 capacity Gigg Lane Stadium, Bury in Greater Manchester, which has been their home since they were formed.
Bury play heated rivalries against Bolton Wanderers, Rochdale, Oldham Athletic, Burnley, Preston North End, Stockport County and Accrington Stanley.