Shrewsbury Town FC play in League One where they play their home games at New Meadow, Shrewsbury and they wear yellow and blue kits. Nicknamed 'Salop', Shrewsbury Town first had blue home shirts which shifted to a blue and yellow arrangement by the late 1960s and their current kits are supplied by Joma who have produced their shirts for over three seasons.
Shrewsbury Town or The Shrews as they are known play their home games in a blue shirt with a wide blue shorts and socks. Shrewsbury shirt has been pulled on by some well known names in the past such as David Moyes who played between 1987/90, Gordon Lee who made 2 appearances in 1962 and Jimmy Quinn who ended his playing days there with 15 appearances 2003/4.
League One club Shrewsbury Town prepare for the upcoming 2016/17 season by unveiling their all-new away shirt. In what will undoubtedly be one of the best looking strips within the forthcoming League One campaign, the 'Shrews' latest away shirt maintaines the club's trademark look through a red a [...]
Recently promoted League One side Shrewsbury Town have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
Shrewsbury Town currently plays in League Two, which is the fourth level in the English league pyramid [...]
League two side Shrewsbury Town have revealed their new home and away kits which the team will be wearing next season in their 125th year [...]
Shrewsbury Town Football Club were founded in 1886 and gained entry to the football league in 1950 when it expanded. Town play their home games in the 8,000 capacity Gay Meadow on the banks of the Seven river in Shropshire.
Shrewsbury Town consider Walsall and Wolverhampton Wanderers as their main rivals with other rivals including Hereford United and Chester City. The Shrews have been in the FA Cup quarter-finals on two occasions.