The London Broncos have recently launched their new away shirt, which is being touted as one of the best kits of the season.
The design of the shirt is inspired by one of the previous away shirts that the Broncos had used during the years 1995-1998 & 2010. The Head of Commercial, Mark Kemp, has shared his excitement about the launch, stating that it is an opportunity for the club to revisit some of the good old days from the 90s and offer an incredible looking version of one of the iconic club away kits from their time playing at Twickenham Stoop.
“Working with our kit partner Errea and, with a special thanks to our account manger Michael Craddock, we have been able to deliver this great looking kit for our 2024 season as we all look forward to some great times in the months to come.
“We would also like to thank Dave Birchall and everybody at YouBoy films for the great creatives they have produced in the last few weeks.
“As we count down to Friday 23rd Feb, let’s make sure that we are out in force to give the boys the best support possible as we take on Catalan Dragons in our first home game back in the Super League.”
When were London Broncos renamed?
Fans of a certain age will remember the last time London wore this style of shirt they were called Harlequins Rugby League sharing a name with Rugby Union giants.
It reflected their home jersey nicely which was also cut into quarters and each a different colour. Only two years later though the club returned to the London Broncos name they had held until 2005.
The Broncos have kept this name for the last 11 years and are continuing to do so throughout the 2024 season and the foreseeable future.
Of course, the club were originally called Fulham which is a familiar name for all those Premier League fans.
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