These are the new Crawley Town kits 2016/17, Crawley Town FC’s new strips for the upcoming 2016/17 League Two season. Made by Puma, the new strips were officially unveiled earlier this week and are set to be among the cheapest ones in the Football League, with adults’ tops retailing for £35 and children’s versions going for £25.
Town were relegated from League One at the end of the 2014/15 season, but have been unable to secure an immediate return to English football’s third tier. At the time of writing this article, they’re 18th in the league, far away from the playoff spots, but have managed to avoid relegation to the Conference.
The new Crawley home kit for 2016/17 will be predominantly red with black trim, with the away/alternate being white with red trim. Both uniforms will be sponsored by Checkatrade (second season of a three year deal) and are here seen modelled by defender Joe McNerney.