Yeovil Town have unveiled the new home and away shirt for the 2024/25 season today with Bradfords returning as the front of shirt sponsor for the first time since the 2008/09 season.

The new kits are manufactured by Errea and feature the glove design, which has been a feature on the new artwork used on the club’s social media channels, in subtle stripes.

The home is green – of course – and the away shirt is white and is modelled by the toughest centre back pairing in National League, Jake Wannell and Morgan Williams.

Speaking the club’s official site regarding the new sponsorship with Bradfords, club CEO Keith Weston, said:“We are thrilled to welcome Bradfords as our main sponsor for the 2024/25 season. Their long-standing support is invaluable to our club’s success, and we look forward to this renewed collaboration, creating memorable experiences for our fans and achieving great things together. We hope to create similar memories to those from our successful rise in the 2000s.”


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Goal Lover
19 days ago

Not worth buying… just a green or a white t-shirt with what looks like a Pro Evolution Soccer logo on it for Somerset Green FC!

Much better to just keep wearing the old kits.

Essex Glover
19 days ago

They are smart but not worth the money.

Mark
19 days ago

Kit looks nice, just ruined by the new badge, looks more like a basketball team.
Do a Leeds and change it back.

FrankS
18 days ago

The new goalkeeper shirts look nice.

Phil A
18 days ago

Not sure about the tight V-necks. Probably great for players but if fans want to wear a hoodie underneath, it’s not a great look or feel. Minor gripe but otherwise a clean, smart and bold look….would I buy one? Jury is out until I see it/try it on.

Mick
18 days ago

Agreed, plain green or white but probably cheaper to produce. New badge is carp (anog)