The new kit design is a supporter based initiative and we have taken note of the feedback we have received personally, by e mail and comments made via social media regarding the fan’s designs for the new home kit for next season. The general view of the range of designs was not favourable and we have replaced the least popular design with two more popular style from the entries.
The final choice will be sent for mock up by the suppliers and there may be slight changes to accommodate materials, stitching, collar type, sitting of the sponsors logo etc.
The club appreciates the fans wishes to keep with the blue and amber theme and this is why the designs selected have been chosen with this in mind.
If you have already voted via the clubshop please pop in and submit another form, if you can’t make please ring the shop on 01743 289177 and they will amend your existing vote.
Shrewsbury Town announced at the end of 2012 that fans would once again have an input into what design of home kit the club would wear for the 2013/14 season.
The response from our fans has been fantastic with scores of different designs coming in from all round the county, country and the world. There have been a whole host of different designs from the very youngest to the oldest fans and the club appreciated the time fans have taken to design and send in their designs.
All designs were looked at and the five designs that go through to the vote are the designs which had the largest number of similar designs submitted.
You can see the designs on these pages and what the club now needs is for all fans to cast their vote and have your say in the next Shrewsbury Town home kit.
You can vote in two ways –
a) Go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XQQND7X and select your favourite design. You need to put in your supporter number and email address.
b) Pop into the club shop and pick up a voting slip, tick your favourite and then fill in your supporter number and email address/phone number.
The closing day for the voting is Friday 1st March at 5pm.
Town’s Community Development manager Martin James was once again overwhelmed by the response from the fans to the kit vote:”Once again we have the opportunity for the fans have a say in the home kit that Shrewsbury Town will be playing in next season.
“After the positive feedback from supporters of the fan’s choice of the last home and away kit, we look forward to supporters getting involved in large numbers.
“We hope that everyone will be happy with the final choice and that it will give Town a smart look on the pitch, and that supporters will look forward to wearing the new club shirt as they follow the team home and away.
“All 5 designs have their own merits and have been based on fan designs.”