REVEALED – Warriors stars show off brand new 2017/18 kit

Warriors have unveiled the brand new kit that the players will be wearing during the 2017/18 season – and it is now available to buy at the Sixways Store.

The Warriors stars will be pulling on new Home, Away and Cup shirts as they look to make their mark in the Aviva Premiership, European Challenge Cup and Anglo-Welsh Cup.

The Home and Cup shirts showcase the Club’s traditional Blue and Gold colours, while the Away shirt sees Warriors return to red for the first time since the 2009/10 season.

All the shirts feature the logo of Main Shirt Sponsor Greene King IPA as well as sponsors Under Armour, Worcester Bosch, Three Pears, Blackpole Recycling and Listers.

Warriors Managing Director Gus Mackay said: “Unveiling a new kit is always an exciting occasion and the players are looking forward to running out in front of the supporters wearing it for the first time.”

New signing David Denton pulled on the new Cup shirt at a recent photoshoot alongside Jackson Willison and Bryce Heem, who showed off the Home and Away shirts respectively.

And you could look like your Warriors heroes as the shirts are now on sale at the Sixways Store and online by clicking here.

Adult shirts are available for just £50, while Junior shirts cost just £35.

To celebrate the launch of the new kit, supporters are being given free standard delivery when they purchase by Sunday, while Season Ticket holders can also claim a ten per cent discount on the price of their shirt.

And supporters can also take advantage of free shirt printing when they purchase at the Sixways Store by Friday.

So grab yours today and wear it with pride when the Premiership season gets underway against Newcastle Falcons on Friday 1 September.

The Sixways Store is open from Monday to Friday between 9.30am and 4.30pm and on Saturdays between 9.30am and 1.30pm.

You can see the players wearing the Home shirt for the first time at the Singha Sevens this Friday and Saturday before they showcase it to the Sixways crowd on Saturday 12 August when Hartpury College make the short trip up the M5 to get Warriors’ pre-season campaign underway.