Charlton Athletic’s home kit for the 2016/17 season has been revealed.
Addicks players Nicky Ajose and Ricky Holmes modelled the strip at The Valley ahead of the team’s upcoming campaign in League One.
The red Nike shirt has returned to the v-neck collar design and sports the name of the club’s new principal partner BETDAQ across the front.
The strip also contains sewn-in white panels that run along the shoulders and across the back of the top of the shirt.
The logo of sponsor ITRM is also displayed on the back of the shirt for the first time.
The strip also includes red socks and traditional white shorts, with the Emmaus Consulting logo on the rear of the right leg.
The consultancy firm will also feature across the front of all youth and junior shirts.
Both adult and junior strips are available to pre-order in person at The Valley Superstore or online .
Supporters who pre-order will receive their kits before the official release during the week commencing Monday, July 25.
Adult shirts cost £45, shorts are £20 and socks are £8.50 to £10 depending on size.
Youth shirts are available for £40, with junior shirts priced at £36 and shorts are £17.50 and £16.75 respectively.
An infant kit is also available for £22.
Supporters will be able to see the new home kit in action for the first time as Russell Slade’s men take on Welling United at Park View Road in their first pre-season friendly of the summer.
The game kicks off at 3pm on Saturday, July 9.
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