The first shirts from Coventry City’s new Retro Range have been revealed and are on sale now!
Three fantastic and authentic Sky Blues shirts are available to purchase now at the CCFC Superstore and also online at www.ccfcstore.com
The first three available tops are the 1978 Admiral shirt and the 1982 home and away shirt, with the Sky Blues having teamed up with Score Draw to produce these three shirts.
The classic tramlines shirt was a 70s style icon, worn by the Sky Blues from 1975 to 1980, and now you can get your hands on this version of the 1978 edition, famously worn by the likes of Tommy Hutchison, Ian Wallace and Mick Ferguson.
The 1982 ‘Big T’ Talbot kit was a special kit brought in between 1981 and 1983 as a result of the Sky Blues new-found partnership with the Talbot motor group. Banned from TV in the 80s due to sponsorship rules, the home shirt comes in Sky Blue while the away kit was a red version of the same design that was used for the home kit.
These three shirts are the first available from the new Retro Range, which has seen Coventry City work with a number of manufacturers to create official, authentic retro shirts.
Get your hands on a Coventry City classic now at the CCFC Superstore or online at www.ccfcstore.com