The all-new Kidderminster Harriers kits are here….
By Matty Paddock - 13/07/2018
Posted 2 months ago
Harriers are proud to unveil their new 2018/19 playing strips – paying homage to the 25th anniversary of its Football in the Community Trust.
The all-new Kappa-manufactured home and away shirts boast a ‘25’ logo on the front to commemorate the continuing work done by the Trust and the club as a whole in the local area as part of the #PrideofWorcestershire campaign.
A new red and white home shirt, modelled by Dan Bradley, will go on sale to fans on Saturday morning, 14th July ahead of the pre-season friendly match against Aston Villa at Aggborough.
New recruit Ashley Chambers was on hand to show off the new design of the yellow and black away number, while Brandon Hall will be resplendent in sky blue first and foremost in the 2018/19 campaign, with alternative options in both white and green.
“We want to celebrate the work the Community Trust has done over the years…” Adam Crowle
“The whole reason behind putting the 25th anniversary of the Football in the Community Trust on the kit is so that we can celebrate, as a club, the work the Trust has done over the years.
“Everybody knows Nick Griffiths and will have been on soccer camps or in schools with him – he’s been there since day one, and we just want to engage with the local community to build that even further.
“On average Nick and his team work with 18,000 participants a year which, across 25 years, is a humongous number of people who’ve been affected by the Community Trust and the football club as a whole.”
On the new kits themselves, Adam added: “The home shirts will be available on Saturday in all sizes from age six and upwards – they’re ready to roll and hopefully we’ll see fans wearing them throughout the season.”