Ross County have unveiled their home and away strips ahead of their first season back in the Scottish Championship.
First-team players Iain Vigurs and Tony Dingwall – who has signed a new one-year deal – modelled the royal blue, white and red home kit and the red tartan away shirt at Loch Ness.
It will be their first season sponsored by solicitors and estate agents McEwan Fraser Legal, who are offering the chance to be part of the club’s “biggest team picture” with places on offer to the buyers of the first 100 junior kits sold.
Vigurs, who joined County for the second time last week on a two-year contract from Caley Thistle, was flanked by Dingwall, who missed most of last season through injury.
Dingwall’s younger brother Russell has also signed a one-year extension to remain with the club.
McEwan Fraser Legal chief executive Ken McEwan was delighted to get on board with the Dingwall club as part of a two-year partnership.
He said: “We know how important the supporters are to Ross County and so as they prepare to dig in for the challenges ahead, we thought a big official team picture would reinforce the message of everyone being in it together.”
Staggies general manager Emily Wilson added that many young supporters had been involved in choosing the designs for the strips, supplied by Macron.
She added: “The tartan design, with a return to red for our change kit, was instantly popular with our fans and it was the clear winner in the poll the club ran. The new home kit, which is also a bespoke design, is quite different from last season’s.
“The feedback from the players and managers has been really positive and we expect it to be really popular with the supporters.”
The new kits will go on pre-sale on Thursday May 25 via the club shop at the stadium and online at store.rosscountyfootballclub.co.uk.
They will be released in June.