The O's named Leyton Orient are a League One football club who play their home games wearing red shirts with white sleeves which was first seen in their establishment in the late 19th century. The clubs main rivals are Southend United and other rivals include Brentford, Dagenham and Redbridge and West Ham United and they play their home games at the 9,271 capacity Matchroom Stadium.
Leyton Orient wear a kit of all red for their home games. The most famous player to pull on the red Orient shirt was probably Peter Shilton one of England's greatest goalkeepers who ended his career with them, he had his 1,000th game whilst at Leyton Orient, he went on to complete another 5 games before he retired.
Leyton Orient unveil their new Nike home and away shirts for the 2016/17 League Two season. Chasing promotion into League One, Leyton Orient have released their Nike manufactured home and away shirts which they hope can see the team place within the play-off positions next term. The home s [...]
League Two side Leyton Orient have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
League One outfit Leyton Orient have officially revealed their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Set to play Bristol City this week, Leyton Orient's new home kit features the club's trademark red and white colours [...]
Leyton Orient were originally formed by members of the Glyn Cricket Club in 1881. The team has had several name changes since, first as Eagle football club in 1886 then to Orient football club in 1888. Orient or The O's as the team are also known play their home games in the 7,900 capacity Matchroom Stadium on Brisbane Road, in Leyton, Waltham Forest.
Leyton Orient was originally formed by members of the Glyn Cricket Club in 1881 where the team has had several name changes as first Eagle Cricket Club, Orient Football Club, Clapton Orient and Leyton Orient.