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Green and Proud This Weekend

6 August 2019

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MEMBERS of the Green Army attending our first Sky Bet League Two home game against Colchester United on Saturday will be able to pick up this season’s home kit before the 3pm kick-off.

The brand-new 2019-20 home kit will be available to purchase from the Home Park Superstore, with the kit already enjoying strong sales among the club’s loyal fanbase. The Green Army can also purchase the new home shirt through our online superstore.

The magnificent Green Army have shown incredible support to the various kits worn by our Argyle heroes throughout the years and we are proud to be making a return to the classic green and white that has been our identity for over a century.

Through the enthralling rollercoaster years of Plymouth Argyle history, we have experimented with many different kit designs, using stripes, hoops, collars and trims, while always maintaining the green and white of Pilgrim tradition.

Consistency was a theme that came up several times throughout the design process of the new kit. We feel, over the last four seasons, we have had four kits where the designs for each were different, and the shade of green was not consistent with that of our crest.

The kit design for next season is all about providing the Green Army with a stylish, modern and clean look, while returning to the classic green that is central to the Plymouth Argyle tradition and brand.

The same shade of green will be visible throughout our entire brand and the shirt does not feature any stripes, hoops, quarters or a collar. The shirt is “Argyle Green” with white sleeves, white shorts with green trim and green socks with white trim. Argyle Green is traditionally the pine needle green, which features on our club crest.

The Green Army are identifiable all over the world and we are delighted to unveil the new kit for 2019-20. It will be an honour to see this kit worn at Home Park, across the city of Plymouth, towns and villages throughout Devon and Cornwall, as well as motorways, homes and away stadiums all over the country, and on your pictures from around the globe.


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