If It's Good Enough For Gareth Bale

15 July 2013 03:10
Queen's Park are now stripped for action

Queen’s Park are to follow in the footsteps of Gareth Bale at Tottenham Hotspur by being the first Scottish club to have their home and away strips supplied by Under Armour. The famous black and white hooped shirt will be produced by the American company that will see the suppliers break new ground for in Scotland. The Spiders’ new away strip is however more Red Cola than Irn-Bru after the club opted to ditch the blue and orange colours of their sponsor. The only amateur side in senior football in the UK have worn the blue and orange colours of Irn-Bru on their travels for over 10 years, however they will now wear an all red with a black trim kit.Their home black and white hooped top remains as does the sponsorship from Scotland’s other National Drink that Queen’s have enjoyed since 1997. A spokesman said: "We are delighted to again be back as a club by Irn-Bru and also welcome Under-Armour to the Queen’s Park family. We have opted for Red next season but of course the ‘Original and Best’ logo that we share with Irn-Bru remains."

Source: ScottishFitba


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