Swindon Town have launched their new Adidas kits for the 2024/25 season after returning to the manufacturer.

The three stripes will be back on Swindon shirts this season, with the home kit being a classic red design, with white stripes on the sleeves and a subtle v-shaped design on the base.

The away kit is a mint design with white detailing and the MiPermit sponsor in black, utilising Adidas' modern take on the classic Ipswich template used on the famous Netherlands shirt worn in Euro '88.



Swindon announced in June that they had ended their nine-year partnership with Puma and had signed a new deal with Pro:Direct and Adidas to be the new kit supplier.

The last game which saw Town wearing kits from the German sportswear giants was the 2014/15 League One Playoff Final, the end of a very successful six seasons which saw three trips to Wembley and a league title.

The shirts have been announced and are available for pre-order and will be sent out for delivery on August 1 and to be collected in store from August 3, the week before the beginning of the League Two season against Chesterfield.