Plymouth Argyle Football Club an English professional soccer club, based in Plymouth, Devon that plays in Football League Two presented its new home and away soccer jerseys for the 2012/13 season made by Puma.
According to its official website: THIS is what the well-dressed Pilgrim will be wearing next season – Argyle’s new Puma home and away kits.
Luke Young and Curtis Nelson were the first to get their hands on the bands across the chests of the 2012-13 design – white on green for the home strip, and green on yellow from the away version.
The broad horizontal design on the shirts – which also carry the name of sponsors Bond Timber on the front – is repeated, in green, on the side of the white or yellow shorts and across the white or yellow socks.
The home kit, which carries the name of sponsors Specialist Vehicles on the reverse of the shirt, will be worn by the Argyle players for the first time when the Pilgrims take on Portsmouth in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday, August 14.
The away kit, also sponsored by Pilgrims’ programme publishers OPublishing, will get its initial outing in the npower League 2 clash at Dagenham & Redbridge a week later.
Argyle manager Carl Fletcher said: “It looks lovely.
“You want the players to feel special. When they come back for the first day of pre-season, it’s nice for them to have it all sorted.
“All the little details make a big impact.
“Yellow away is alright, although a couple of the pastier lads might struggle. At least they’ll be able to see one another.”
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