BRADFORD (Park Avenue)’s new home and away shirts for the 2045/25 campaign are now available to purchase following the club’s kit launch on Thursday evening.

Fans gathered at the Horsfall Stadium to watch England versus Denmark in the second group game of EURO 2024 which, of course, finished 1-1 with the Three Lions putting in a below-par display.

Thankfully, the Avenue faithful in attendance had something to cheer about after the final whistle.

That’s because the club revealed their new home and away jerseys for the upcoming season.

Both kits have been manufactured by EV2 Sportswear and have been sponsored by James Mae Group once again.

The home kit, particularly, is extremely pleasing on the eye. The traditional Avenue colours of white and green fall perfectly on the shirt, with the vertical green lines standing out against the white background.

The green collar also adds a nice touch.

Avenue’s away shirt is also appealing. It’s a piercing red jersey with a black collar.

The cost of both shirts is as £45 for adults while juniors can get theirs for £40.

You can purchase the shirts HERE.

Avenue have stated: "All shirts are currently on back order, so please expect up to six weeks for your order to arrive.

“We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this.”

BPA’s promotional video: 

In other news, there has been lift off for Avenue’s brand-new Disability Programme.

The club are running sessions from 5-6 pm every Monday at the Horsfall Community Stadium and started a fortnight ago thanks to help from West Riding County FA.

The club’s aim is to make football accessible to children and adults with physical and/or mental disabilities.

They will provide opportunities for people suffering with any disability to develop social skills, to build friendships and relationships, enjoy their sessions and have a game of football, and develop their skills whilst also gaining self-confidence and independence.

Avenue are currently running with six players, but this is just the beginning.

They are keen to improve numbers on a weekly basis, once word gets around about the sessions, and the benefits these people are taking away from them.

A spokesperson said: “It has been a pleasure to get to know our current participants and their families throughout the last two weeks, and it is something we are very keen to build on and develop here at Bradford Park Avenue.”

For further information or to register for the programme, please contact Club Secretary & Operations Manager Sheridann Dickerson on