Derby County have officially released their new third kit for the 2023/2024 League One campaign.
The Rams revealed their new threads to supporters this morning and it was met with great reception from fans online.
A 27-second clip was posted to the club’s social media channels in order to show off their new style to be worn on occasion away from home.
According to Fanatics, the club’s retail partner, the new kit will be available for purchase late next month.
Derby are expected to wear it for the first time in their upcoming third tier encounter with Peterborough on Saturday 26th August.
The Rams’ kit is once again made by Umbro, who have their logo placed onto the right side of the chest in white.
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This year’s shirt features a black collar with white cuffs, with a dark green front body. It also features the words ‘Derby County’ on the back of the neck.
The shorts are white whilst the socks are dark green with white hoops circling round them.
How much is the new Derby home kit?
It costs £55 on the club’s website for an adult home shirt, so following suit we expect the third shit to be the same price.
Junior shirt sizes cost £45, with a full infant’s kit costing the same amount.
If you were to buy the full kit, including shorts and socks, in an adult size it would cost you £97. The full kit in a junior size would be £85.
Property management company Host & Stay are Derby’s shirt sponsor for the 2023/24 campaign, their logo will be worn by both the men’s, women’s and academy teams for the upcoming season – although the women’s team will not use the third kit due to their limited playing schedule.