Trinidad and Tobago will have a new kit sponsor after the national federation inked a four year deal with Avec Sport to become the Soca Warriors’ new uniform partners. The contract, which comes into effect on 1st June, 2020 is also Avec’s first ever international deal and is worth $25m Trinidad and Tobago Dollars (TT$25m, around $3.7m USD) over four years.
T&T were the smallest nation to take part at a World Cup before Iceland broke their record two years ago. They competed at the 2019 Gold Cup but finished last in their group, losing to Panama (0-2) and the United States (0-6) and drawing with Guyana (1-)
This is the new Bradford City kit 18/19, BCAFC’s new home shirt for the upcoming League One season. Made by Avec Sport, the new Bantams strip was officially unveiled on 21 June, 2018.
Bradford finished 11th in League One during the 17/18 season, picking up 63 points from their 46 games, eight off the playoffs. Continue reading
This is the new Bradford City away kit 2017/18, BCAFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming League One season. Described as an “El” of a “Clasico” by the Bantams, the new shirt, made by Avec Sport, was officially unveiled on July 5, 2017. Continue reading
This is the new Bradford City kit 2017/18, BCAFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by Avec Sport, the new Bantams shirt was officially unveiled on June 7, 2017 by the club.
Bradford finished 5th in League One in 2016/17, thus earning a spot in the playoffs. They beat Fleetwood in their playoff semi, but lost 1-0 to Millwall at Wembley in the final, thus narrowly missing out on promotion to the Championship.
The home shirt features vertical claret and amber stripes and will be paired with predominantly claret shorts Continue reading
These are the new Bradford City shirts 2016/17, BCAFC’s new uniforms for the upcoming League One season. Made by AVEC, the new kits were officially unveiled on May 28, 2016 by the club. The Bantams finished 5th in 2015/16, reaching the League One playoff semifinals where they lost 4-2 on aggregate to Millwall Continue reading