Swindon Town, also known as the Robins, currently play in the nPower League Two. However, in the 2012/13 season, Swindon Town will be playing in the nPower League One as they ranked first in the League Two table. The club plays home games at The County Ground which can hold up to 15,728 supporters. It is ex-West Ham star Paolo di Canio’s first experience in management which led the club to promotion.

The club has unveiled the new away shirt for the 2012/13 campaign in the third level of the English league system. The shirts of Swindon Town are manufactured by Adidas and sponsored by EA Sports, with the 2012/13 kit carrying the logo of FIFA 13. The shirt has a blue base colour and a yellow crew neck collar. The Adidas trademark stripes are yellow and extend from the collar to the edges of the sleeves. A horizontal yellow stripe appears on the chest, and the sponsor logo, which is blue, appears on it. The complementary shorts are blue with yellow Adidas stripes.

15 thought on “Swindon Town 2012/13 Adidas Away Kit for nPower League One”
  1. A simple kit with minimal looks, Adidas are doing well for the lower league teams such as Swindon. May this continue

  2. Oxford United colours, just saying…

    As for the generic template, why the bulge at the bottom of the hoop? It looks a bit silly.

  3. @Joe, we gave 6pts to the oxfam charity, won the League with one game remaining and the pox still not in the play-offs? You reckon we’ve nicked your colours? lol, Taking the p**s out of you is more probable!!

  4. @ mark – and what is your problem with Boca supporters? Would it be better if I said it was the same as Tigres from Mexico?

  5. Here Swindon Town FC show proof that FIFA 13 is soon to be released. Here at EA we are very proud to have this fantastic team as one of our sponsors.

  6. @Joe, why don’t Poxford get a Riverplate template as an away kit, then we can recreate all the passion of the superclasico! Oh hang on you’ll be stuck in League 2 still, oh well!

  7. @ comment 11 – “Fifa13 Moderator 785”

    You are a tool. Do you HONESTLY think that any form of EA Sports moderator/employee/designer etc etc trawls sites online leaving comments? Oh and by the way, it would be EA that are Swindon’s sponsor…not Swindon sponsoring EA. Close the door behind you, idiot.

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