Manufactured by Puma, Chesterfield's home shirts are blue with white trim where this design was first seen in the early 1920s. Currently playing in League Two Chesterfield were recently relegated from League One in the 2011-12 season and they play their home games at the Proact Stadium which holds over 10,000 people. Nicknamed the Spireites', Chesterfield's highest ever honours was the Midland Football League in the 1909/10 season.
For home games Chesterfield play in kit of blue shirts, white shorts and blue socks, the away strip is a maroon shirt, white shorts and maroon socks. The Chesterfield shirt was pulled one by one of the great goalkeepers Gordon Banks when he was starting out on his distinguished career, also Kevin Davies started his career at Saltergate, his high point being part of Chesterfields giant killing run to reach the semifinals of the FA Cup in 1997
League One outfit Chesterfield have officially revealed their new home and away kits for next season. Securing a spot in the League One Play-Offs, Chesterfield's new home shirt uses a simple design by PUMA featuring a blue base with additional white trim on the shoulders, sponsors and branding [...]
The new Chesterfield Puma home shirt for next season was exclusively revealed on Chesterfield's Official Facebook page. Chesterfield currently play in the English League Two after they were relegated from League One last season [...]
League One club Chesterfield FC are consulting their fans with respect to the new away shirt to be worn during the 2013/14 season [...]
Chesterfield were relegated from the 2011/12 League One to the 2012/13 League Two,which is the fourth tier in the English league system [...]
Here is the new Chesterfield third kit which will be worn for the first time when they play away at Sheffield Wednesday. The new third shirt is being launched to avoid colour clashes with other teams which play in blue and white during this season [...]
Chesterfield are an English football Club founded in 1867 and first admitted to The Football League in 1899 into the Second Division. Chesterfield play their home games at the Recreation Ground better known as Saltergate an 8,500 capacity stadium in Derbyshire. The club nickname is the Spireites after the famous crooked spire in the town.
The club have had several kit suppliers in their history including Puma, Respect, Bukta, Lotto, TFG, Branded, Uhlsport and Turf Sports and their best ever FA Cup performance was in the 1996-97 season earning a replay in the semi-final.