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Cherries unveil new third kit

AFC Bournemouth have launched a new third kit ahead of the new 2014/15 season.

The new kit sees the sponsorship agreement with JD Sports extended for a further three years, however the brand that will appear on the Cherries first team kit will once again be Carbrini following several years of Fila.



The Cherries will be wearing three brand new kits this season with all three strips available now from AFC Bournemouth's Club Store and online at www.afcbdirect.co.uk

The new third shirt includes the evolved new home crest, which has been altered to blue and black to match the new shirt design.

The new kits feature Carbrini C-X-Tech fabric, developed to disperse moisture across the surface of the fabric, helping to keep the body dry at all times.

To see more of JD Sports` Carbrini products along with other top brands from the King of Trainers visit www.jdsports.co.uk or your local JD store.

The prices and Club Store opening hours can be found below.

Adult shirt: 40

Junior shirt: 30

Infant kit pack: 30

Adult shorts: 17

Junior shorts: 15

Adult socks: 7

Junior socks: 6

The Cherries are also offering shirts in women's sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, which are also 40.

The Club Store is open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4pm on Saturdays and 10am-3pm on Sundays.

Supporters can also shop online 24 hours a day, seven days a week on afcbdirect.co.uk.

Home Shirt 2014/15


Away Shirt 2014/15


Third Shirt 2014/15


AFCB Vital Travel Coaches

Once again AFCB Vital are sponsoring the Travel Coaches this season.

The sponsorship guarantees that a supporter coach will travel to every league and cup game this season. For prices, departure times and how to book - click here.



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Date:Friday July 25 2014

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