Adidas Bristol City Home Kit 12-13- New Bristol City Shirt 2012-13 BCFC

This is the new Bristol City home kit 12/13, Bristol City FC’s new home shirt for the 2012/13 season. The release of the new BCFC away kit 2012/13 comes around a month and a half after Adidas unveiled the club’s 2012/2013 season change kit. Bristol City’s new home strip was officially revealed on 2 July, 2012.

The home top is predominantly red in colour, but it is the addition of black that has had the fans up in arms. Blackthorn are the principal sponsors of the home kit as well as the goalkeeper kit, which is blue in colour. The Adidas stripes on the sleeves are white in colour on both the outfield and the keeper jerseys.

The shirt is paired with red shorts and socks, as can be seen in the pictures below.

New Bristol City Home Kit 12-13

Bristol City New Home Kit 12-13

New Bristol City Home Shirt 2012 13

BCFC Home Goalkeeper Kit Blue Adidas

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14 thoughts on “Adidas Bristol City Home Kit 12-13- New Bristol City Shirt 2012-13 BCFC

  1. Anthony - AVFC

    dont know much about City’s history, but where has all the black come from?

  2. Cyril BCFC

    Awful, what happened to Red shirts and white shorts? Last time we had red & black was in the dark days of 1982, we know what happened then!

  3. Luke

    I can only say it is ok, i don’t like it and i dont love it. The black bit looks like a child has put it on top, the collar is finally sorted out, but the badge is very high, the black looks stitched ontop the stripes, the blackthorn logo in black doesn’t make it stand out, what happened to the white logo so you can see it? What happened to the 3 stripes, what happened to tradition? I know they are saying we need to change into a new image but atleast give us a kit that the fans love not some shirt with a randomly stitched black block.

  4. Jake102

    Personally i would go for the keepers kit, always looks good, but the home strip looks bloody awful! – East ender.

  5. Sam

    As an outsider I can say this is probably the nicest shirt I’ve seen ahead of this season. Think it looks absolutely brilliant. Obviously I sympathise with the Bristol fans, but at least you don’t have three awful kits like my team Birmingham do.

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