Fleetwood's playing kit comprises red shirts, worn with white shorts and red socks for home games, whilst colours can vary for away kits, they have recently been seen playing away from Highbury Stadium in yellow shirts, black shorts and yellow socks.
Promoted to the English Football League for the first time after the 2011/12 season, Fleetwood Town were formed originally in 1908 and reformed in 1997. Fans know them as the Trawlermen or the Cod Army and they play at the 5,000 capacity Highbury Stadium, in Lancashire, England. The ground was opened in 1939 and is also used by Blackpool reserves for their games.
League One side Fleetwood Town have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season. Again supplied by PUMA, the new home shirt for Fleetwood Town again features their trademark red home colour whil white is again used as the trim colour [...]
Here are the new Fleetwood Town Puma shirts for the 2013/14 season [...]
Notable former Fleetwood players include Adrian Alston who went on to win 62 caps for Australia and captain them at the 1974 World Cup and goalkeeper Frank Swift who was capped nineteen times for England, who went on to be a football correspondent for the News of the World and did in the Munich air disaster after covering Manchester United's European Cup game.
Due to recent success, Fleetwood have no natural permanent rivals and fans often choose the closest teams in the same league as rivals. Their current local rivals are generally considered by supporters to be near neighbours Morecambe and Accrington Stanley.