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Scunthorpe play their home games in kit of claret and blue shirts with claret shorts and socks. One famous past player is Kevin Keegan, the former Liverpool and England striker who began his career with Scunthorpe during the late 1960s, other names who have worn the Scunthorpe claret shirt are Ray Clemence, Peter Beagrie and cricketer Ian Botham who played with United to get fit for cricket following an injury.

Scunthorpe United, formerly known as Scunthorpe and Lindsey United, have been around since 1899, but did not join the football league until 1950. Scunthorpe originally played their home games at the Old Showground, moving in 1988 to the 9,200 capacity Glanford Park stadium in North Lincolnshire.

Scunthorpe United have had several kit suppliers in their history including Nike, Carlotti, TFG Sports, Super League, Mizuno, Alan Ward Sports, Ribero, Scoreline, Hobott and Umbro.

The Iron named Scunthorpe United FC play their football in League Two where they last played in League One in the 2012-13 season. The club's shirt comprise of claret and sky blue diagonal halves with claret shorts and sky blue socks which are manufactured by Nike and sponsored by Rainham Steel. The club have has several notable players to wear their shirt including Kevin Keegan, Ray Clemence. Jack Bowers, Neil Warnock, Gary Hooper and Jermaine Beckford.

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