Ross County have launched a commemorative replica strip to mark the club’s 90th anniversary this year.
The claret and blue strip resembles County’s first strip after their formation as a Highland League club in 1929, prior to changing to their existing navy blue colours in 1953.
County’s formation resulted from the amalgamation of North Caledonian League sides Dingwall Victoria United and Dingwall Thistle and the club crest, which depicts a stag’s head, was designed from the regimental badge of the Seaforth Highlanders.
The shirt has been created by County’s kit providers Macron and is now available in the Victoria Park club shop, although the Premiership outfit are not currently planning to use the strip as a matchday top.
The strip also coincides with County’s celebrations to mark 25 years since they joined the Scottish football league, with a series of events currently being planned to celebrate the joint anniversaries in addition to the launch of the commemorative shirt.
Staggies chairman Roy MacGregor said: “Producing a commemorative item like this is more than just an item, it is to remember what has gone before us.
“We are back in the Premiership now, a far distance from where we were in 1929 and a lot of people have put in relentless amounts of energy and commitment to help the club be what it is today and shape that journey over the decades.
“Like our fans, I am extremely grateful to everybody who has contributed to that journey and although we are now a team in the Premiership, we are still a local club who are embedded in our community and love to not only look back but, be part of our local heritage.”