Stanley have unveiled their new kits for the 2024/25 League Two campaign.

Produced by Macron, the new strips aim to "highlight a key part of the town’s heritage".

The home kit commemorates the Accrington Pals, one of the best remembered of the battalions raised in the early months of the First World War.

The blue away design has been inspired by the largest Tiffany Glass collection in Europe, based right in the heart of Accrington at Haworth Art Gallery.

Finally, the black third strip celebrates Accrington Town Centre and the historic Market Hall.

The club's official partner, Wham, remain as the front of shirt sponsor for an eighth successive season.

Managing director David Burgess said: "We are delighted to launch three brand new kits which highlight three key parts of Accrington’s history.

“As a club we felt it was particularly important to respect and celebrate our town’s heritage and we feel that the final product does just that.”

Cath Holmes, A Pals historian, added: “To see the Accrington Pals on the new Accrington Stanley home shirt is a proud moment for us all and we would like to thank the club for their support.”

Supporters can order the new home shirt HERE from 5pm or from the club shop from 10am on Friday. Prices are £44.99 for adults and £34.99 for juniors, with details for the away and third kits set to be confirmed in due course.

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