Here is how to vote on TRFC’s 2021/22 kit

Tranmere Rovers have released “The Final Four” potential kits for the 2021/22 season and you can vote for which one you’d prefer.

A statement on the club’s website read; “We have had the graphics for each of the shortlisted designs professionally produced by our new kit manufacturer for next season, Mills Sport. The designs are faithful to the original entries in all respects other than the Club crest, as we have decided to revert next season to the Club’s traditional multi-coloured crest.

“The blue and white crest was introduced as a cost-saving measure at a time when the Club was facing financial difficulty, and we feel that the much-loved multi-coloured version is both a message of confidence in our future, despite the current turmoil surrounding football, and an acknowledgement of our history.”

The shirts are to be produced by Mills Sport, who are the suppliers of shirts to the Indonesian national football team.

The final four kits were designed by Tranmere fans; design 1 by Ryan Jones, design 2 by Stav Roberts, design 3 by Benjamin Longthorne & design 4 by Steve Windscheffel.

Chairman Mark Palios said, “As far as we are aware, we will be the first English professional football team to have its first team shirt designed by a supporter. 

“One of the special things about this Club is how the players, owners, staff, and supporters all work together, and we think this is an exciting way of taking that collaboration one step further.  I am really looking forward to seeing the final result.”

You have until midnight on Tuesday 27th October 2020 to cast your vote using this link.

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