New home jersey on sale

Sligo Rovers can today reveal the club’s new home jersey in association with Joma Sport as it goes on sale in our club store and online immediately.

The new home jersey is the second edition produced by Joma Sport as part of our agreement.

Click here for adult range online

Click here for kids range online

The away and third choice jersey will be the same as previous editions and remain on sale.

Chairman Martin Heraghty said: “We are thrilled to unveil the new #bitored for 2018 to our supporters.

“We are very thankful to thank Joma Sport for their hard work and dedication in producing the jersey.

“Joma are a very important partner to Sligo Rovers and their effort is clear in the finished article today and we believe it will be one of the most popular jerseys that has been released.”

Gary Bright, brand manager of Joma Sport, said: “After several months of discussions between Sligo Rovers and Joma, kit launches are the climax of a lot of hard work and ultimately, we are no different to the fans as It’s always with them in mind that we come to a final choice.

“We hope that the new 2018 Sligo Rovers home jersey will be well received by everyone.

“On behalf of us all at Joma we wish Sligo Rovers every success for the new season.”

The size available are from XSmall to XXLarge with the children’s ranges ages 4-6, 6-8, 8-10, 10-12 and 12-14.

The jersey retails at €50 for adult sizes and €40 for children and XSmall. They are on sale now in our club store in Barton Smith’s in Sligo and you can also purchase here with the price listed in the online store including delivery. 

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