Torquay United or The Gulls play their home games in kit of yellow shirts with blue sleeves, yellow shorts and socks. The yellow Torquay shirt has been pulled on by few greats in the game but Neville Southall made 53 appearances in goal between 1998/2000 and Chris Waddle also played at the club near the end of his career. The club's most famous fan is Helen Chamberlain of Sky Sports' Soccer AM fame.
Torquay United Football Club currently play in League Two where they play in yellow and blue home shirts supplied by Sondico. The club are nicknamed 'The Gulls' and they have had a yellow home shirt for almost 50 years where before that their home shirt consisted of white shirt with black shorts. Torquay United play their home games at the Plainmoor which holds over 6,000 people.
Last month, Torquay United held a shirt vote where it invited its fans to choose the club's new home shirt for the next season [...]
English league two club Torquay United are giving fans the chance to choose the club's new home shirt for next season. The club has presented seven choices from which the fans can choose their favourites [...]
Torquay United is a football club from Devon playing in the nPower League Two, which is the fourth tier in the English league system [...]
Torquay United is a football club from Devon playing in the fourth level in the English league system, the nPower League Two [...]
Torquay United nicknamed the Gulls, were formed in 1899 and they come from the seaside resort town of Torquay in Devon. Torquay play their home games in the 6,000 capacity Plainmoor Stadium
The clubs highest ever honours include several third places in League Two in the 1960s and Kevin Hill holds the record for the most number of appearances with 474.