League Two side York City wear red shirts with white sleeves and blue shorts manufactured by Nike who have produced their shirts for over a decade. Nicknamed the 'Minstermen', York City were promoted from the Conference via the play-off system in the 2011-12 season. York City consider Hull City, Scarborough FC and Leeds United as their main rivals.
York City Football Club was founded in 1922 in North Yorkshire. The club play their home games in the 9,600 capacity KitKat Crescent Stadium named after ground sponsors Rowntree-Nestle's well known product.
League Two outfit York City have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
York City have revealed their new home and away playing kits for the 2012/2013 season [...]
York City also gave their fans a chance to decide the club's new home kit for next season [...]
York City have announced that a local firm by the name of Pryers Solicitors will be sponsoring the club shirts for the upcoming campaign in the Blue Square Premier [...]
York City play their home games in strip of red shirts with white bands at the end of the sleeves, white shorts and red socks. The club colours are yet to be donned at the peak of the game but have featured in FA Cup semi finals in 1954/5 and previously the quarter finals in 1937/8. Then more recently York City appeared in the League Cup Quarter finals of 1961/2.
Barry Jackson holds the record for the most number of appearances with 538 and Norman Wilkinson holds the record for the most number of goals with 143.