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Home shirt on general sale

City’s home shirt for the 2017/18 campaign goes on general sale at 9am.

The new strip was unveiled to supporters by the club’s record signing Famara Diedhiou, following his switch from Ligue 1 side Angers earlier in the summer.
 
Adult shirts are available in small to 5XL sizes, priced £45, with youth sizes from six years to 14 years for £30.

Adult shorts (small to 2XL) cost £25, with youth shorts (six years to 14 years) priced £20. Adult socks are £10 and youth sizes just £8.

Special mini kits can be purchased, from 0-3 months to five year sizes, priced £40. This encompasses shirt, shorts and socks.
 
Supporters can purchase their replica home kit both online and in the Bristol Sport Store.
 
Meanwhile, all under-12 season card holders get a free shirt as part of their package for 2017/18.
 
Please note no collections within this offer are available today, but collections on other league and cup match days will be possible.
 
Fans who have yet to claim their shirt can do so by calling Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.
 
Tickets are still available for tonight’s final pre-season friendly with FC Twente at Ashton Gate. Secure your ticket here.
 
Supporters are advised that the Bristol Sport Store will be open on Saturday and Sunday this weekend (9am-5pm both days), due to Upfest.

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