CITY have unveiled their new home kit for next season.

The shirt bears the traditional claret and amber stripes accompanied by a pinstripe pattern on the front and back panels.

The shorts and socks are both black with claret and amber trim. A ribbon paying tribute to the fans who died in the Valley Parade fire is on the back of the shirt.

With the playing staff currently on furlough, the club launched the kit with a video featuring fans such as youngster Teddy Newton-Collinge.

City director of communications Ryan Sparks said: “We are delighted to be able to show off our new look ahead of the 2020/21 season, of which a start date seems to be edging closer.

“Our supporters are the lifeblood of our club and they take centre stage in this year's home kit launch campaign.

“Being claret and amber is a way of life and the Bradford City lifestyle very much lives on, despite our lengthy and unplanned period of time away from normality and, of course, football.

"Every one of us is counting down the days until we can be back. What we have learned over the past few months is that football is really very little without fans."