Added to website on: 13 October 2011
Submitted by: Phil OFS oldshirts
Rare away shirt from the first season Brighton played their "Home" games at Gillinghams Preistfield Stadium. Also the last shirt to carry the Seagulls circular badge before the introduction of the shield one currently in use. This is a fans replica shirt, see the other entry for a matchworn version.
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Submitted by: Anonymous
Added to website on: 20 May 2008
I am told this shirt was issued as a third away option in 1998. I was also told that only a few shirts had been produced and the remainder after player issue were sold thru the club shop. Can anyone confirm this?
Eds note, this was the away shirt for the first season at Gillingham
1999-00 Brighton Home Shirt XX Retro Replica Shirt from Vintage Football Shirts
Condition -GoodSize - XLCondition Details - Bright material look, club badge is excellent, sponsor is printed into material, some pulls to rear of shirt but still very wearableDesign - ErreaPlayers - Danny Cullip, Paul Rogers, David Cameron, Gary HartShirt Details - Home shirt as worn as the side moved back to Brighton to play their home games at Withdean Stadium and finishing the season in 11th position in Div 3
Available direct from Vintage Football Shirts for just £19.99.
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