Hereford United Shirts

Hereford United Shirts

Hereford United Shirts


Hereford United are an English football club based in the city of Hereford and they play their home games wearing white home shirts with thin black hoops. Hereford have played at Edgar Street for their entire history and are nicknamed 'The Whites' or 'The Lilywhites', after their predominantly white kit, or 'The Bulls' after the local breed of cattle.

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Hereford United Football Club were formed in 1924 when St Martins and RAOC (Rotherwas) merged, the Bulls or the Whites as they are known thanks to the famous Hereford breed of cow play their home games at Edgar Street which has a 8,843 capacity.

Hereford United have released their new home shirt for the 2010/11 season [...]

Earlier this month, we brought you news of the Hereford United home shirt launch [...]

Hereford United are currently a League Two side after being relegated from League One in the 2008/09 season due to their 24th place finish [...]

League 1 side Hereford United have signed a new three year deal with kit suppliers Admiral [...]

Hereford United have revealed their new Home shirt that the team will wear next season which is made by Nike [...]

The giant-killers in the Hereford shirt featured on Match of the Day, when as a conference side they successfully knocked out Newcastle in the 3rd round of the FA Cup, they went on to lose against West Ham in a reply at Upton Park, having held them to a draw at Edgar St.

Hereford shot to national prominence in 1972 when, as a Southern League team, they knocked top-flight Newcastle United out of the FA Cup. In the same season they were elected to the Football League, and reached the old Second Division by 1976.


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