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Queen of the South 2022/23 Kits

Queen of the South Football Club is a Scottish football club based in Dumfries. The Doonhamers, as they are called, are currently playing in the Scottish First Division.

Men's Queen of the South Shirt

2021/22 Queen of the South Home Shirt

Macron has produced a light royal blue home shirt for the Queens for their 2021/22 campaign. The shirt has white trims near the edge of the sleeves and a white round collar with front overlap and grey dual striping detail. Subtle lines flow across the body and produce a tread-like effect.

2021/22 Queen of the South Away Shirt

The Queens wear a Macron away shirt for 2021/22. The jersey is predominantly white, with the body using the base for its subtle light grey checkered graphic both on the front and back. The sleeves are left unchecked with any design element other than a sponsor logo. The cuffs and collar, together with the side panels, are blue. A hidden feature is the collar insert of the 2012/13 double-winning squad's group picture.

Queen of the South was founded in March 1919 by an amalgamation of three Dumfries clubs - Dumfries F.C, The 5th Kings Own Scottish Borderer's Football Team and (works side) Arrol-Johnston. They joined the Scottish Football league at it's lowest level (Third Division) in 1923/24 and earned promotion to the First Division ten years later. Since then, the team was relegated and promoted again on several occasions.

They won Second Division in 1950/51 and 2001/02, Scottish League Challenge Cup (2002/03), Scottish Qualifying Cup (1923/24), Western League (1922/23) and more than ten Regional Cups (Southern Counties Charity Cup, Southern Counties Cup, Southern Counties League Cup, Potts Cup).

Home matches are played at Palmerston Park, which has capacity of 6412. Home kit consist of blue shirt and socks and blue shorts, while away matches are played in yellow shirts and socks and yellow shorts.

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