Crystal Palace have revealed their new home kit for the 2016/17 season at the club’s annual Awards Night.
The new home shirt has seen a change in the thickness of the stripes, with larger ones once again used just as they had in the club’s successful promotion season of 2012/13.
The single thicker central stripe will become many when the players line up in a row, evoking a spirit of togetherness and symbolises the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.
Palace have donned variations of the red and blue stripes since 1973 when they were introduced by legendary boss Malcolm Allison. During that time it has been worn by some of the Eagles’ most iconic players and the colours red and blue quickly became synonymous with Crystal Palace Football Club.
Once again produced by Macron and sponsored by the Mansion Group, the new home kit will be available for pre-sale from the 1st June.
for details of the new away kit for season 2016/17.