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Megatech Projects Ltd Extends Sponsorship / New Kit Launch

Arbroath FC are very happy to announced that former player George Rowe has extended his relationship with the club as his company, Megatech Projects Ltd will continue to be our main shirt sponsor for the next two seasons.

George Rowe joined the club at the start of 2000 and was part of a formidable defence alongside Jim Thomson as Arbroath were promoted to the first division coming runners up behind Partick Thistle.

In his second season at Gayfield George led Arbroath into the First Division in an incredible season where Arbroath finished in 7th place above St Mirren, Falkirk and Raith Rovers.

Megatech Projects Ltd Managing Director George Rowe said;

“MegaTech Projects are delighted to extend our 5 year sponsorship with Arbroath FC for another 2 years continuing our long standing association.

I’ve known Chairman Mike Card for about 20 years and Manager Dick Campbell was the last manager to sign me for Partick thistle so it’s great to help them and the club succeed and build for the Championship.”

Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird added;

“George Rowe and his father, Jim are great friends and have been sponsors of the club for many years. George was a vital player in our last foray into the old First Division and we are delighted and grateful that George will be with us again as we enter the Championship as our main shirt sponsor in what will be an exciting season for everyone."

We are also delighted to launch our brand new Championship kits from Pendle.

Our home kit keeps our traditional maroon colour but with slight darker maroon stripes running vertically on the shirt and white trim on the sleeves and shoulder. We will revert back to wearing white shorts and our socks will once again be maroon.

The away kit is a new colour scheme as we take a step away from the black kit of the past few seasons and revert back to our navy design. We will have all white top with a navy design at the top, with navy shorts and socks.

For the very first time the Arbroath playing kits will feature squad numbers and names on the back of their shirts as we enter the Ladbrokes Championship. Squad Numbers will be released before the start of the League Campaign.

Unfortunately due to circumstances out of our control the players, will not be wearing the new strips for our friendly against Heart of Midlothian on Saturday due to the official SPFL Championship sleeve badge being rebranded at the the last minute.

We have a very limited amount of replica shirts arriving tomorrow and we will be opening up from 6pm to 8pm on Friday 28th June. Please note we will not be selling any replica kits before 6pm.

We understand there is a large demand for new strips and more kits are already ordered and we will be receiving that stock in the next few coming days.

Season Ticket Holders are entitled to 10% off a replica shirt or 10% of the full replica kit (please note the 10% discount does not cover anything else in the club shop)

Replica shirts are £40 for Children and £45 for Adults
Replica kits (shirts, socks and shorts) are £55 for Children and £60 for Adults
and come in these sizes;

XS (Ages 4 to 5) - Chest size 22/24” - Waist size 18/20”
S - (Ages 6 to 7) - Chest size 26/28” - Waist size 21/23”
SY (Ages 8 to 10) - Chest size 30/32” - Waist size 24/26”
Y - (Ages 11-13) - Chest size 34/36” - Waist size 27/29”
S-M (Ages 14+) - Chest size 38/40” - Waist size 30/32”
L - Chest size 42/44” - Waist size 33/35”
XL - Chest size 46/48” - Waist size 37/39”

Thank you!

C’mon the Lichties!

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Both smart tops, especially the home, and arbroath have already won the league.....for best looking models

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Goodwin leaving Alloa at this late stage can only be good for us. And Strachan to Dundee as technical director should be hilarious. I look forward to seeing him at Gayfield.

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That away strip is a thing of beauty, always thought it was strange for any man over the age of 21 to be cutting about with a football top on but I may even consider purchasing it.

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Goodwin leaving Alloa at this late stage can only be good for us. And Strachan to Dundee as technical director should be hilarious. I look forward to seeing him at Gayfield.


How’s it hilarious?

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You better get they steak and black pudding pies looked out for him for our visit.

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They’re OK but I never quite understand why they need to use different base colours for the away strip. Primarily white with maroon would be an improvement plus white or maroon socks. No away strip has ever come close to the white with narrow maroon candy stripes used in the 69s and 70s. Mind you never quite understand why mere kit is worthy of discussion (said ironically). It’s almost the most trivial. Give me a discussion of crowds any day.

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I believe McKenna is on holiday so won’t be seeing him tomorrow. Probably see a few trialists. Tomorrow isn’t about the result tho, just get through the game unscathed and get the team to gel. Hopefully a healthy crowd as well to get a bit extra cash in the bank account

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"No away strip has ever come close to the white with narrow maroon candy stripes."
Would love to see this resurrected.

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A top similar to this would be a seller imo. heart-of-midlothian-away-football-shirt-1989-1990-s_12233_1.thumb.jpg.537ce30226eddbc776c6c1dcb0519879.jpg
I am not an Arbroath fan and am firmly of the belief that adults shouldn't wear football tops leisurely, but I would consider buying a similar shirt to that.

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I am not an Arbroath fan and am firmly of the belief that adults shouldn't wear football tops leisurely, but I would consider buying a similar shirt to that.
Translation : I am snobby b*****d that believes the only colours adult fans can show is of their coloured handkerchief. Replica shirts are for children.

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Solid 3 points to start the season.
Very impressed with Scott Stewart in the 1st half, a real drive about the boy and seems a big lad as well. Donnelly took his goal well and linked play up well, so f**k off haters. Great to see Stevie grab a goal as well

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