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Caley Thistle reveal new home kit for 2020/21 campaign

Caledonian Stadium.
Caledonian Stadium.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle have unveiled their new kit for the 2020/21 season.

The home strip, made by Puma, features thick vertical red and blue stripes, as well as a new sponsor – Intelligent Land Investments Group.

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It is still unclear when the Highlanders will return to competitive action, and with SPFL reconstruction up in the air, what division they will be in – the Championship of the Premiership – is also not finalised.

Caley Thistle forward Miles Storey in last year’s Errea home kit, which was striking different to the new offering.

On the new deal with Puma, Caley Thistle chief executive Scot Gardiner said: “I am delighted to conclude this prestigious partnership for the club and having worked closely with the team at PUMA in previous years, I know very well the reputation of this worldwide sportswear brand and the quality of their product.”

“We have looked at the first 25 years of ICTFC kit and we believed that it was time to try and recapture an identity for our home kit in particular. The many people we discussed previous years designs with all seemed to be thinking along the same lines and I hope the fans are in agreement.”

Miles Storey, James Vincent and James Keatings modelling Caley Thistle’s kit for the 2020-21 season.<br />Pic Trevor Martin

On teaming up with green energy firm ILI, chaiman Ross Morrison added: “We have worked hard with Mark and the guys at ILI since last year and like us, they are extremely determined to have a positive influence on the economy of Inverness and the surrounding area as we begin to exit from this pandemic, we look forward to a long and successful partnership which will hopefully deliver an injection of prosperity back into the Highlands.”

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