Imps release new ‘Lincolnshire’ themed third kit

The Imps have been teasing us for a couple of days now, but it’s finally been confirmed; we’re going to have a third kit.

This isn’t something we saw as a Supporter’s Board, so the news was as new to me when it arrived in a press release as it is to you. The shirt, in a nice blue colour, is looking to celebrate Lincolnshire, taking inspiration from the current flag of our county.

The official club statement also confirmed that money from every shirt sale will go to the clubs chosen charity partners.


“As part of a week of celebrating the county of Lincolnshire, Lincoln City have launched a limited edition third kit in partnership with Elite Pro Sports.

The vibrant blue shirt is supported by yellow, green and red stripes across the shoulder and back, which represents the colours of the Lincolnshire flag with Lincolnshire’s Fleur-de-lis watermarked as part of the design.

Like the Imps’ 2019/20 home and away shirts, Imps 1884 is inscribed on the back of the neck on the shirt.

The limited-edition third shirt will be worn a maximum of three times, with £5 from each shirt being donated to our club’s charity partners.

The match-worn Lincolnshire special shirts will be auctioned off and all the profits will be distributed between our charity partners.

Available for pre-order, a limited run of shirts will be available to purchase online from 1pm today, with the arrival date anticipated to be at the beginning of November.

Priced at £45 for adults and £35 for juniors, this kit is the perfect collectible for any Lincoln City supporter.”


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We look forward to seeing what Danny Nez has to say about it, being the shirt aficionado


  1. It’s a beautiful looking kit, and like a gullible fool I have ordered one. It’s a pity that this is only a limited edition and not the second kit, cos the grey is drap and we’ve been in need of a nice colourful away shirt (the green FA Cup ones were nice). Dunno why the club have done it, but hey ho it’s worked on me.

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