Holyport FC launch 125th anniversary kit and badge




Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League side Holyport has launched its new kit and badge ahead of the club’s 125th anniversary season.

As part of the new kit launch, the club is offering supporters the opportunity to be part of the celebrations with a slew of fundraising and merchandise options available that include pin badges, hats and the chance to own the physical shirt with your name on it.

Speaking to Football in Berkshire, a club spokesperson said: “Richard Harvey and Richard Tyrell have been working on this project for 12 months. Firstly looking at how we could modernise the logo but still give it a classic look, working alongside Lorenzo Di Zenobbia from Bucks University we went through various renditions before the committee agreed on the final design.

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“The logo then set the pathway for the shirt design, again we wanted something modern but with a retro twist. Working alongside Surridge Sports we have also given individuals the opportunity to get involved with the project by getting their name printed at the base of the shirt. The club will include names of past players and committee members who are no longer with us as a thank you for the part they played in our 125 years of history.”

Full details on the options available are on the Holyport FC website here. More Holyport news is right here.

Holyport secretary Richard Tyrrell was recently a guest on the Berkshire Football Stories podcast. You can listen to that episode below or click here for links to your favourite podcast app.

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