League Two side Cheltenham Town FC are nicknamed 'The Robins' and they play their home matches at Whaddon Road which holds over 7,000 people. The Robins play in red and white striped home shirts which was first seen in the early 20th century. The shirts are supplied by Errea and who have produced their kits for over a decade.
For home games Cheltenham Town wear red and white striped shirts, white shorts and red socks. Cheltenham shirt has been worn by one player who went on to become well known to the general public, he is Andy Gray of Sky Sports, who ended his playing career at the west country club.
With the club's fan choosing the designs of the new kit, League Two side Cheltenham Town have officially revealed their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Errea, the new home kit for the robins features their trademark red and white stripes [...]
League Two outfit Cheltenham Town have revealed their 2014-15 designs for next season will be decided by fans of the club. The Board of Directors announced that the club have extended the contract of current kit manufacturer Errea and have also stated that the club will revert back to their tradi [...]
Cheltenham Town today revealed their brand new 2012/13 home kit which is manufactured by Italian brand Errea. The new home shirt features ruby and white stripes and has white sleeves with ruby detail around the sleeve ends. The new home strip will be worn for the first time during the club [...]
League 2 side Cheltenham Town FC have revealed their new home shirt which the team will wear for the 2010/2011 season [...]
Cheltenham Town formed in 1892 and are an English professional football team from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. They play their home games at Whaddon Road in Cheltenham the ground has a capacity of 7,300.
The club's highest ever honour was the 1998-99 Football Conference and their most notable footballers include Steve Cotterill, Andy Gray, Martin Devaney, Michael Duff, Jerry Gill, Steven Gillespie, Jamie Victory and Clive Walker.