Birmingham City unveil new kit for 2022/23 season: How much does it cost? Who’s the manufacturer? Is the badge stitched?

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Birmingham City have unveiled their new kit ahead of the 2022/23 Championship season.

The strip will be worn by both the men’s and women’s team for the new campaign as well as all of the club’s development and academy sides.

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Club captain Troy Deeney, Gary Gardner and Jordan Graham all feature in the release video which is shot on a rooftop overlooking the city of Birmingham.

It’s a smart looking shirt with thin dark blue stripes running horizontally across the traditional royal blue jersey with fine more subtle ones running vertically in other parts.

There is white bordering around a round-neck collar and bottom of the sleeves whilst a thick white line also runs down the seams on either side of the shirt.

Who is it manufactured by?

Nike are the manufacturers of the kit for the third time and whilst their shirts have been widely classed as rather plain by many across the leagues in recent years, they have jazzed the Blues kit out a bit more here.

Is the badge stitched?

The question everyone wants the answer to. Yes, the badge is stitched.

It looks so much better.

How much does the new kit cost?

The adult home shirt will retail at £55, a £5 increase on last season’s kit. Shorts for an adult will be £22 with the socks being £11.

So, if you want to be a full kit... you know the rest, it will set you back a total of £88.

Full pricing:

Adult Home Shirt - £55

Youth Home Shirt - £47

Junior Home Shirt - £39

Adult Home Shorts - £22

Youth Home Shorts - £19

Junior Home Shorts - £18

Socks - £11

When can I buy it?

The kit will go on sale in store and online at bcfc.com from 9am on Friday 24th June.

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