This is the new Coventry kit 15/16, Coventry City’s new home shirt for the upcoming League One season. Made by new kit partners Nike, who replace Puma as part of a four year deal inked with the Sky Blues, the new strip was officially unveiled on June 29, 2015.
The shirt features blue and white stripes and the club have mentioned that they have taken inspiration from their 1987 kit. 1987 was of course the year of one of Coventry’s biggest triumphs, with the West Midlands outfit beating Spurs in that memorable FA Cup final at Wembley.
The shirt is paired with dark navy shorts and blue socks. International property agency Allsopp & Allsopp are again the sponsors of the new CCFC home strip 2015/16.
Another interesting point is the presence of James Maddison on the promo images, indicating that the in demand youngster will stay at the club for the foreseeable future.
Coventry’s kit partnership is with Just Sport, who also manage similar deals on behalf of Nike in the United Kingdom with the likes of Bradford City, Dundee United and Aberdeen, amongst others.
Coventry finished 17th in League One in the 14/15 season. Check other new 15/16 season League One uniform releases on Football Kit News