On Wednesday we announced that our first ever Premier League Home kit is to get an extended life as we will continue to wear our current red and white striped home kit again next season.
Chief Executive, Jon Varney, explained the decision saying: “Respectful, Progressive and Togetherness are our three core values at Brentford FC, as many of our fans know. We also believe in football being affordable for our fans and are aware of the need for the game to become more focussed on sustainability. As such, when we discussed the idea, everyone at the Club was fully behind it."
When the news was announced on social media it was greeted with overwhelming positivity from the Brentford and wider football community.
A brilliant idea. Hopefully more clubs follow the trend to ease the burden on fans. https://t.co/WKtswVPK3r— Daniel Blackham (@DanBlackham_) November 24, 2021
🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝 https://t.co/GmbI8py3Ps— Nathan Caton (@NathanCaton) November 24, 2021
Are you a 🐝 @BrentfordFC fan, or even a fellow neutral?— The Kitsman (@The_Kitsman) November 24, 2021
How have you taken the news today that you will continue next season in your current home shirt?
(Me: As a neutral I feel excited at the prospect of less forced change. Who next ey?) pic.twitter.com/m4f7mmJXwU
The Bees have announced they will be wearing their current home kit next season🐝— Football For Future (@ftblforfuture) November 25, 2021
Saves fans money 💷, & helps the environment🌍
This is how we combat fast fashion 👏excited to see this 21/23 kit back in action👀
Nice work @UmbroUK @BrentfordFC https://t.co/n4bC2L3g8j
The environmental impact mentioned in the statement will be something other clubs won't be able to ignore. Good on Brentford. https://t.co/8uJaxq1Wa7— Tom Childs (@tomchilds56) November 25, 2021
Brentford have announced they will not change their home kit for the 2022/23 season to save fans money and help the environment 👏 pic.twitter.com/e36TTnL8AO— GOAL (@goal) November 25, 2021
Brentford will extend the life of their current home shirt to the 22/23 season.— VERSUS (@vsrsus) November 25, 2021
The club will break the cycle of new home kits every single season to make football more affordable for fans, and to begin building a sustainable kit culture.
MORE: https://t.co/6Ron63WIBx pic.twitter.com/Ktvx9wRL34
Brentford have announced they'll keep their current home shirt for next season, and in today's industry that is BIG news! 👏🏽👏🏽 pic.twitter.com/B16stGg2FN— Phil Delves (@phildelves) November 24, 2021
The red and white shirt, as well as our yellow away shirt and our white third shirt, is available now. Priced at £49 for adults and £38 for juniors, you can also personalise your shirts with Premier League letters and numbers as well as the Premier League sleeve badge for an extra £17.
Our new Bees Superstore will open every day this week including Sunday, 28 November, when we face Everton in the Premier League.