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  • New Season, New Kits – You Decide

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    Since announcing that kit partner, Hope + Glory Sportswear were to return for the 2023/24 season, the team at H+G have been hard at work in conjunction with the Interim board and operating football board to give members a fresh set of kit options for the new season.

    In future, we will continue to make a commitment to keep our kits for two seasons, but for the 2023/24 season we will have two fresh kits as the ‘White & Blue Army’ makes the return to Gigg Lane. The options being put to members can be found here.


    Home Kit

    Ever conscious about our illustrious history, the kit designs have drawn on inspiration from the past with versions which have been sported by teams representing the club across the years, as shown below.

    Bury-FC-1924.jpgcirca 1924 Bury-FC-1984.jpg1984/85 Bury-FC-1994.jpg1994/95 Bury-FC-1997.jpg1997/98 Images courtesy of Pete Cullen


    This season’s selections provide replica versions of our simple all-white shirts, with or without blue trim to the collar, and with a subtle nod to the chevrons that featured in the 90s. Or how about a kit that was worn in our visit to Wembley in 1995?

    The choice is yours from those styled below:

    BFC-Home-1-1024x1024.jpg BFC-Home-2-1024x1024.jpg BFC-Home-3-1024x1024.jpg Your 2023/24 home kit choices


    What will also be your choice, will be the shade of blue that features across the trim, shorts and socks. Will it be Royal or Navy Blue, for you?

    As author of the The Official History of Bury FC Pete Cullen writes, we have flirted with both over the years:


    Despite playing in white shorts in the first two years of the club’s history, a shade of blue has been the predominant colour of this part of Bury’s kit since 1888.

    Navy was the colour of choice from 1888 all the way through to 1962. From then until 1986 the team wore royal blue, before the switch was made to a darker shade which lasted until 1994 when royal blue was reintroduced. Barring the 2009/10 125th anniversary season and the 2014/15 promotion season when white was the adopted colour, royal blue remained the colour of the team’s shorts until its last season in the Football League, when navy blue was chosen once again.


    Away Kit

    When our home kit clashes with the opposition and we need to make a change, we have also taken inspiration from the past with how the team on the pitch represent us in the stands. A regular feature at the top of polls with any Bury supporter was the purple and green striped kit from 1994/95 season.

    Hope + Glory have given us their take on the designs with three choices, again for members to select from.

    BFC-Away-1-1024x1024.jpg BFC-Away-2-1024x1024.jpg BFC-Away-3-1024x1024.jpg Your 2023/24 away kit choices


    Kit votes will be processed online with email ballots sent via our partner, Election Buddy. This vote will be submitted to members of Shakers Community and Bury FC Supporters Society over the coming days.

    All existing members of both societies will be transferred over to the new amalgamated society (‘The Football Supporters’ Society of Bury’) in the coming weeks, so with memberships open again, if you are not a member yet, why not? Join NOW by clicking on the badge above.

    We hope you like the designs and enjoy the process of making your selection and having your voice, on your club! Be #PartOfIt, Be #ShakersTogether.


    #PartOfIt | #ShakersTogether

    View the full article on the Bury AFC website


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