25 Jul 2017

Scunthorpe United's new British Steel shirts available from tomorrow

Are you ready for the new season? Scunthorpe United are and they'll be wearing their new British Steel shirts!

The Iron players have been wearing the new designs in pre-season friendlies as you can see in this picture of Neal Bishop in action for United against North Ferriby United.

The team will wear their new kit when they entertain Sunderland in a home friendly tomorrow night (Wednesday) and fans will get the chance to meet their claret and blue heroes when The Iron host their annual open day at Glanford Park on Thursday.

From 10am and throughout Thursday morning there will be a variety of activities, including appearances from local organisations - including British Steel!

12th Man Season Ticket holders will get access inside the stadium from 10.00am in readiness for the 12th Man photo with the first team players and management, which will take place at 10.15am.

Following on from this, all supporters will be able to watch Graham Alexander and his coaching staff put the players through their paces on the Glanford Park pitch in an open training session.

After training has finished, there will be an organised signing session with the players. The club says the activities outside the stadium will then continue into the afternoon.

The new Scunthorpe United shirts are available to pre-order online at www.sufcshop.com with the kits available in-store from tomorrow - Wednesday July 26.

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