SWINDON Town have revealed the club's home and away shirts for the 2022-23 season.

Town's home shirt is red with a black v-neck collar and black sleeve ends while the away top is white with a black rounded collar.

Both sets of kit will also feature the club's new principal partner First City Care Group on the front after the Swindon-based healthcare service agreed a "multi-year deal" earlier this week.

Clem Morfuni's club have used the tagline "the past woven into the future" in their pre-launch promotion and say both kits "celebrate the club’s storied history while fully embracing our exciting future."

In the statement from the club, Swindon said: "Coming off a year in which the Reds were just one game away from Wembley despite starting the season with six players, coupled with the huge strides made off the pitch under the new ownership, the present and indeed the future looks incredibly bright for the club.

Swindon Advertiser:

"As a result, we wanted our new kits to symbolise the exciting journey we’re currently on, while also paying homage to our glorious and rich history."

It continued: "Our new 2022-23 home shirt pays tribute to the first-ever Town team to have played in the Premier League, with the swirl pattern featured in the main body of the shirt part of the beloved kit that was worn during that memorable 1993-94 season in the top flight.

"This year’s shirt also features a bold red and black trim on the collar and on the sleeves, with the design again embracing the past while also looking ahead to the future."

Meanwhile, Swindon say their away kit "pays homage to that squad and the heroes of yesterday with a striking white shirt, complete with black trimming."

Swindon Advertiser:

"This kit pays tribute to the legendary Town team that earned promotion to the Premier League at the end of a historic 1989-1990 season," said the statement.

"Our heroes, including the late great Alan McLoughlin and Club legends like Steve White, Paul Bodin and Colin Calderwood, wrote themselves into the Swindon Town history books wearing a clean and sharp white shirt."

The club say: "it is a bold look and one that will be worn with pride by our heroes of today."

Town fans can get their hands on the new shirts when the club shop receives its grand re-opening at 12pm on Thursday.