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Posted Friday, October 16th 2020

Flyers unveil 2020/21 home kit

Bristol Flyers has today revealed its 2020/21 home playing kit in partnership with Kappa.
The team’s classic navy, white and red colourway remains in place, with the kit also featuring the iconic Flyers text across the chest.

The uniform proudly displays the logo of its new principal partner Xledger, and honours Bristol’s aerospace history, paying tribute to the Concorde Alpha Foxtrot - the last Concorde ever to fly, which is housed at the Aerospace Bristol museum.


The supersonic airliner has a long association with Bristol, being designed and assembled both at Filton and in France.

The new uniform will be worn for the first time during Saturday night’s pre-season friendly against Sheffield Sharks behind closed doors.

Supporters will be able to purchase their replica jerseys online or in person at the Bristol Sport Store soon, with full details and prices to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

 

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