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Flyers reveal new 2020/21 away kit

Bristol Flyers have revealed their new away kit for the 2020/21 BBL season.

The kit is made up of a predominantly white jersey and shorts, and features a spray paint Flyers word mark on the front - a nod to the rich history and culture of street art in Bristol.

The unique pattern down the side represents Bristol’s internationally-known creative culture, with the classic red and navy colour way highlighted in the trim.


Supporters will be able to purchase the newly revealed 2020/21 home and away kit online via the Bristol Sport store soon.

The team will wear the new away kit for the first time when they host Worcester Wolves on Saturday, November 21st (6.30pm tip-off).

Flyers TV game passes for Saturday’s game vs Worcester Wolves will be on sale later this week for just £4.99.

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