Revealed: New Glasgow Warriors home and away kits
Glasgow Warriors have unveiled their new home and alternate playing kit ahead of the 2020/21 season, as the club prepares to kick-off the new campaign away to Connacht in Galway on Saturday.
Danny Wilson’s squad will take to the field in a Macron-produced playing shirt for the eighth successive season, with Saturday the first opportunity for fans to see their side in action in the new kit.
The club’s official tartan makes a return to the home shirt following a season’s absence, with the blue, black and white design incorporated as the trim on the sleeves and waistline of the all-black jersey.
Black shorts are also complemented with tartan trim in the 2020/21 home kit, alongside black socks with two sky blue bands in a simple yet eye-catching design with what is described as a “glitch effect”.
The logo of the club’s Official Community Partner SP Energy Networks will be prominent on the front of both jerseys alongside the emblems of Glasgow Warriors and Macron, whilst the club’s official values “respect our history, inspire our community, fight for our family, defend our home” will adorn the rear of both playing shirts.
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