League One club Crewe Alexandra are a professional football club who play their home games at Alexandra Stadium in Crewe which holds just over 10,000 people. Nicknamed 'The Railwaymen', Crewe Alexandra wear red shirts with white shorts and red socks which are manufactured by Carbrini who have produced their kits for over three seasons.
For home games Crewe Alex wear red shirts, white shorts and red socks. Quite a few well known names from the game have pulled on the red Crewe shirt such including Stan Bowles who played at Gresty Road in 1970/71 season and combative midfielder Robbie Savage who played for the club as a striker in his formative years. It was also on loan at Crewe that goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar was spotted on loan by scouts for Liverpool.
Celebrating 11 years of sponsoring League One team Crewe Alexandra, sports brand Carbrini have released new home and away kits for the 2015/16 season [...]
League One side Crewe Alexandra have officially launched their new home and away kits made by English brand Carbrini for next season [...]
Crewe Alexandra have unveiled their new away kit for the 2013/14 season [...]
Crewe Alexandra play in League One after being promoted from 2011/12 League Two via the Play-offs [...]
English League 2 club Crewe Alexandra have launched their new 2012/13 home shirt made by Carbrini. The new home shirt will see its debut in the club's final home game of the season when they play against Aldershot. The new home shirt is mainly red with white detail around the collar and sl [...]
Crewe Alexandra were founded in 1877 as Crewe Football Club and are based in Cheshire. Thanks to Crewe's local links with the rail industry the club earned the nickname of the Railwaymen. Alexandra play their home games in the 10,046 capacity Alexandra Stadium on Gresty Road
Crewe Alexandra were founded in 1877 as 'Crewe' and the club are named after Princess Alexandra though some suggest are named after the Princess public house.