The Brentford FC away kit by Adidas for the 2018/19 Sky Bet Championship season has been officially revealed.

The new away kit sees The Bees wearing brown for the first time in their history.

The shirt, predominantly brown with a small white horizontal stripe also introduces orange to The Bees matchday and replica wear. The shorts and socks will continue the brown theme.

what do you think?

Total votes: 578


Comments (20)

  1. Andy

This would go down really well in Cleveland.

  1. yer da

This is pretty awful not going to lie

  1. Wessex

Brentford...the 70s are over. Brown didn't really work with Coventry City, it won't work for you.

  1. Bill

It's a little bit different but not that bad . Have seen. a lot worse .

  1. Monkey boy

Why not black instead of brown, considering their called "the bee's" surely a better choice, black and orange...or yellow??

  1. Chippy

Is it or is the Adidas logo not straight

  1. Deano

No doubt the press release says 'The vibrant orange evokes the characteristic sunbed complexion of Brentford's hideous female swamp mobster population, whilst the sewage brown main palette recalls the fact that Brentford is a complete shithole'.

  1. ANDY    Deano

no doubt you're a twat.

  1. Charles Hawtrey

This is how dogs see all colours on football kits.

No wonder dogs don't like football.

  1. Steven

Looks lik a 1970s NASL kit

  1. bob
  1. bees knees

yikes! very, erm, autumnal

  1. Carpets
  1. Bob24

Replace the orange with red, and it looks like something St Pauli would wear.

  1. Brent Ford

My eyes are bleeding ?

  1. WhoKnows

I think Brentford are doing a growing number of things, that are disconnecting their core fan base

  1. Mr. Brown

I like it. Take that orange strip off the top and it would be a cracker!

  1. claire gray nee snelling

why have the bees gonna for the skank roadsweeper look

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