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Posted Friday, September 21st 2018

Bristol Flyers unveil new look

Bristol Flyers have revealed their new home and away kit ahead of the 2018/19 BBL season.

The new uniform will be worn for the first time during tomorrow’s opening night clash against London City Royals (Saturday, September 22nd - 7.30pm tip off).

The team’s iconic red and navy colourway remains in place, with a retro pinstripe theme signalling new era for the club.
Supporters will be able to purchase their replica jerseys online, in the Bristol Sport Store, or at the at the gameday retail stand at the SGS College Arena from Saturday, September 29th.

Adult jerseys will be priced at £45, while kids jerseys are available for £35. The on sale date of Flyers replica jersey is yet to be confirmed.

Under-12 season card holders will have received a Bristol Sport Rewards start-up balance to the value £35, which can ONLY be redeemed against a 2018/19 junior replica jersey before Wednesday, October 31st 2018.

Juniors who require an adult size jersey are subject to an additional £10 fee and must be purchased in store. Please note, proof of age will be required before Under-12s can claim their free replica jersey.

Bristol Sport Rewards can ONLY be used online, or in store at Ashton Gate Stadium and are currently NOT able to be redeemed at the gameday retail stand at the SGS College Arena.

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