Stevenage FC is a League One club which was promoted from the 2010/11 League Two. They ranked 6th in the table but were promoted through the play-off stage. The Boro, as they are nicknamed, play home games at 7100-capacity Broadhall Way. In the Fifth Round of the FA Cup, the team was drawn against Premier League club Tottenham. In the match played at home, Stevenage managed to hold the Spurs to a 0-0 draw.

The home shirt which can be seen above is the shirt which was used against Tottenham. The shirts of the club are manufactured by Puma and sponsored by ServerChoice. The home shirt has a white base colour with a red collar and red sleeve hems. On the right shoulder, there are two stripes, one being red and the one below it being black. The home shorts are red with white edges, and the socks are also red.

7 thought on “Stevenage 2011/12 Home Kit”
  1. N7 your right, slow news day? perhaps now stevenage have hit the big time football-shirts show some interest… they also have an away and 3rd kit i’m sure will be unveiled at the end of the season! yet they’re happy to show Luton kits pre-season….

  2. As an Arsenal fan called Steven, I could not be happier that they’re going to knock Spurs out. In fact, I’d love it if they win the cup.

  3. All Stevenage supporters are Spurs glory seekers anyway,its a big Spurs Love-In basically

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