Nicknamed 'The Silkmen', Macclesfield Town FC and they play their home games in blue shirts shirts with white trim which are manufactured by adidas who have supplied their kits for over three seasons.
Macclesfield run out for home games in blue shirts, white shorts and blue socks. Town's away strip is an all black kit. Chris Priest scored the final goal of English football in the last millennium when playing in the Macclesfield Town shirt.
Conference Premier side Macclesfield Town have officially revealed their new home and away kits for next season. Supplied by JD Sports brand Carbrini, the new home shirt for The Silkmen features the club's trademark royal blue colour along with white trim on a traditional collar and sides. [...]
Macclesfield Town is based in Cheshire and played the 2011/12 season in the fourth level of the English league pyramid, League Two [...]
Here is the new away kit of English League Two club Macclesfield Town. The club last season finished in 15th place in the league table with 55 points from 46 matches. The club's new away kit was chosen by the club fans. The new shirt is mainly black with white detail [...]
Macclesfield Town will have a new kit manufacturer for next season, with their use of adidas teamwear ending and a new deal with Carbrini now in place [...]
Macclesfield Town Football Club are an English team formed in 1874 and based in the town of Macclesfield in Cheshire. They play their home games at the 6,355 capacity Moss Rose stadium, which has been their home since 1891.
The clubs honours include the 1970 and 1996 FA Trophy, 1995 and 1007 Football Conference and runners-up in the Football League Third Division in 1998.