Walsall play their home games in red shirts with white shorts and socks, the away strip is white shirts with red shorts and white socks. Walsall's red kit has been worn by some notable players at the beginning of their careers a couple of examples being: Allan Clarke who went on to play for Leeds under Don Revie and Phil Parkes who went on to play for Queens Park Rangers in their heyday.
'The Saddlers' known as Walsall FC play in League One and play in the 11,300 capacity Bescot Stadium in Walsall. At first the club wore white shirts with black knickerbockers where in the early 20th century the club switched to a white home jersey and their current shirt is a red shirt with white trim. The shirts are manufactured by Diadora and sponsored by Vacsol.
Last seasons play-off semi-final losers Walsall unveil their new home and away shirts for another League One campaign in 2016/17. After a successful third place finish last term turned into a disappointed play-off loss, Walsall now look towards next season to gain the highly anticipated promotion [...]
On the back of their new home kit launched in May, League One outfit Walsall have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season. With last season's away shirt using a grey hooped design, the all new away shirt for the Saddlers uses a unique central blue striped design [...]
League One outfit Walsall FC have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season. The brand new home shirt for Walsall is again red and this time round a central thin black and white hoop design is installed [...]
League One outfit Walsall have revealed their new home and away strips for next season. Supplied by Italian brand Diadora, the new home shirt features the club's traditional red colour along with white and black trim on the shoulders, sides, sleeves and collar [...]
Walsall Football Club were founded in 1888 when Walsall Town and Walsall Swifts joined forces, they entered the Football League in 1892 as founder members of the then new Second Division. The Saddlers as they are nicknamed play their home games in the 11,300 capacity Bescot Stadium which was built in 1990 to replace Fellows Park their long-standing home.
The team were the 1959-60 Old Division Four Champions and the Old Division Three Play-Off Winners in the 1987-88 season.