Reading 2021/22 Kits
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Reading are a Premier League football club after gaining promotion from the Championship for the 2012-13 season and they play their home games at the Madejski Stadium in Reading. Reading wear blue and white hooped home shirts manufactured by Puma who took over from Kit for the 2004-05 season and a re sponsored by Waitrose who took over from Kyocera for the 2008-09 season. Nicknamed the 'Royals', the goalkeeper shirts are green with grey trim whilst the away shirt is yellow with blue trim.
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2021/22 Reading Home Shirt
As a tribute to the very first team that represented the club, Reading's Macron home shirt for 2021/22 adds gold details such as the logos and pipings to the sleeve cuffs and collar to the traditional blue and white hooped design. The jersey also has the golden commemorative crest to celebrate the club's 150th anniversary. Within the blue hoops on the front and back are the sublimated names of former players inducted to the Royal's Supporters Trust's Hall of Fame.
2021/22 Reading Away Shirt
Reading's 2021/22 Macron away shirt adopts directly the design of the kit worn by the 1988 Full Member's Cup-winning squad. Like the previous outfit, the away jersey has a clean yellow base, broad sky blue trims between the sleeves and the body, navy shoulder panels, and multicoloured stripings in alternating yellow, white, and navy on the sleeve cuffs and collar.
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Reading 2016/17 Puma Home & Away
Championship club Reading unveil their all-new Puma home and away shirts for 2016/17.
Reading 15/16 PUMA Away Kit
Revealing their new home kit back in July, Championship outfit Reading have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season.
Reading 2014-15 Puma Home & Away
Championship side Reading have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season.
Reading Away shirt 11/12
After revealing their new home shirt here, Reading FC have now unveiled their new away kit for the 2011/2012 season. The side play in the championship and last year finished 5
Reading Home & Away shirts
Championship side Reading FC have revealed their new home and away kits which the team will wear next season. Reading finished in 9th place last season
Reading Away Kit 2009/10
Reading, also known as the Royals, have unveiled their new away kit to be worn in the upcoming 2009/10 campaign. The team will play in The Championship once again after rankin
Reading's New 07/08 Away Shirt
Pictures of the new Reading away shirt are available. The club have gone for a two tone grey hooped shirt, worn with grey shorts and socks
Reading FC formed in 1871, initially known as the biscuitmen, they became known as the Royals in the 1970s. Reading started off playing at the Reading Recreation Ground until 1878, then moved on to Reading Cricket Ground until 1882, Coley Park till 1889 and Caversham Cricket Ground until 1896. The era of professionalism in 1895 meant a bigger stadium was required and purpose built Elm Park opened on September 5th 1896. By 1998 Elm Park had seen better days and with expansion and modernization in mind, the club moved into the new 24,225 capacity Madejski Stadium, named after inspirational chairman John Madejski.
Reading have never won the FA Cup or League Cup, but did claim the Full Members Cup in 1988. It wasn't until 25th March 2006 when claiming a draw away to Leicester that guaranteed promotion to the Premiership, Reading ensured their first season of top flight English football, a week later they won to win the 2005/06 Coca-Cola Championship title.
Famous players to have pulled on the blue and white hooped shirts of Reading include: Martin Hicks with 500 league appearances for Reading, Jimmy Quinn, Ronnie Blackman - Reading's top all time goalscorer, Matt Busby, Ronnie Blackman, Kerry Dixon, Shaka Hislop, Neil Webb, Michael Gilkes and Tony Daley. In 2001 Reading registered the shirt number 13 to the fans in recognition of their impact on the teams performances on the pitch. Since then no player has worn the number on the back of their kit.
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