BRADFORD (Park Avenue) have revealed their new home and away strips for the 2020/21 season.

Last month, the club announced a new three-year deal with kit manufacturer Macron and stated they would be reverting back to their traditional green and white colours, after a season in red, black and amber.

The club have fulfilled their promise and produced a strip which is inspired by the their heydays in the football league back in the 1960s.

The away shirt is similar to that of the 2018/19 campaign as it sports an amber and black affair. The jersey mirrors the design of the home version, but replaces the green trim with a black one and sponsors The James Mae Group's logo is also black.

Earlier this week, first team stars Matty Downing and Isaac Marriott went down to the newly fitted 3g Horsfall pitch to model the new stripes.

Both kits will be on sale on the club's website from Tuesday 11th August at 9am.

Avenue's football operations manager Calum Cullen said: "We are thrilled to be showing our 2020/21 kit off, especially as we edge towards a potential start date.

"The green and white is back, which has been synonymous with Bradford (Park Avenue) in recent times, and the design of both the home and away kit is outstanding.

"I’d like to say a massive thank you to our sponsors; The James Mae Group, Regal Foods, The Yorkshire Baking Company and Highbury Homes whose support of this wonderful football club is greatly appreciated.

"Finally, a big thank you to Macron for their show of professionalism in getting this kit to us.’

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