WREXHAM has launched its new third kit.

The distinctive white kit was to be debuted on Boxing Day as part of Shelter’s #NoHomeKit campaign.

The kit will be available to pre-order online from Boxing Day, and will be used for the remainder of this season as well as the 2022/23 season.

 

Wrexham AFCs new third shirt.

Wrexham AFC's new third shirt.

Wrexham AFC said: "We had intended wearing the new third kit, for the first time on Boxing Day before the home game against Solihull Moors was postponed.

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"The opportunity to debut the kit had been created by the Vanarama National League’s request Clubs support Shelter’s #NoHomeKit awareness campaign."

"The new, white third shirt – which features both red and green trims, and a red and green detail – has been manufactured from 100 per cent recycled polyester yarn; every adult shirt used to be 13 plastic bottles. "We were pleased to be able to work with our Official Kit Supplier, Macron, to do our part and become more environmentally friendly."

 

Wrexham AFCs new third shirt.

Wrexham AFC's new third shirt.

Housing charity Shelter has asked clubs, and fans, to ditch their home shirts to raise awarness of homelessness and the campaign is being supported by clubs across Wales.

The shirts are priced at £44.95 for adults (M-5XL), £37.50 for juniors (5XS-S) and £29.95 in baby sizes (3-6m-1-2y), and will be available in store from 10am on Tuesday January 4.

The shirt will also be available to order online from 09am on Boxing Day, December 26 2021, but supporters should note no shirts will be despatched before January 4, 2022.

The quickest way to get the new shirt will be in person, at the Club Shop, on January 4.

The club added: "In association with our partner, Town & Country Auctions, the Club intends auctioning off the match-worn shirts from the first time the kit is worn, with all the proceeds going to Shelter, as was our intention after the Boxing Day fixture."

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