Doncaster Rovers revealed their new home kit for the 2017/18 season, designed and manufactured by the Football Thai Factory Sporting Goods Company Ltd (FBT), which was founded in 1952 initially manufacturing footballs for the domestic market.

The shirt design includes key moments from Rovers’ past 10 years emblazoned on the traditional red hoops, which have been chosen by supporters and form a key part of the design on the home shirt.

The red hoops of the home shirt pay tribute to special dates, games and players that tell the story of Doncaster Rovers and the journey the club has been on over the years.

Earlier this year, Virgin Trains confirmed that it would sponsor the club’s training kit and the company has now confirmed it will be the official shirt sponsor of Doncaster Rovers for two seasons. Virgin Trains has long been a supporter of the club and its iconic logo will now feature on the kit.

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Comments (8)

  1. Nuttyworker

What a crock of S**t.

 
  1. gmgtaylor

Would look better if the stripe colours were the opposite way around

 
  1. Shazbomb    gmgtaylor

Yeah, so they could play back to front/ RETARDS

 
  1. Mr C

Absolutely horrendous....
Even though Puma don't do great kits- i'd still rather have them than that!!!

 
  1. Big bat bucker

Dearey me that is fucking dreadful. Forget putting moments of the past few years on the kit and focus on making it fit to wear.

 
  1. very sad rovers fan

absolutely horrendous, I have followed them for many years and it hurts my eyes to look at it

 
  1. Terry

I have to say this is the worst home kit I've seen in 50 years. Lacks style and boldness. I'd be embarrassed to wear it.

 
  1. Irie Dread

fbt kits are bloody dreadful. can we have a kit i don't mind spending money on next season please?

 
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