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Brentford praised after revealing that they will also wear their current home jersey NEXT season

‘Brave’ Brentford is praised by football fans after revealing that they will be wearing their current £ 49 home shirt NEXT season, rather than putting out a new one like any other club, to save fans money and protect the environment .

  • Soccer clubs usually produce three new strips for fans each season.
  • But Brentford has now bucked this trend by keeping his current home jersey.
  • The club hopes the measure will help fans save money and protect the environment.
  • Social media users have highly praised her decision after the announcement.


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Brentford has caused quite a stir in the Premier League this season, and has now been praised again for opting to keep his current home kit next year.

To help fans save money, and in an attempt to protect the environment, the club will present itself for the next season in exactly the same red and white striped jerseys.

Wearing that shirt this quarter, high-level newcomers have gotten off to a great start and received rave reviews on social media from impressed users.

Brentford have announced that they will carry over their current home kit (above) to next season.

Brentford have announced that they will carry over their current home kit (above) to next season.

Those who want to buy a home kit would have to spend £ 49, but for next season they will be better able to use this money after Brentford’s decision.

By choosing not to release a new design, West Londoners have gone against what is now the standard in football, with teams releasing three new strips each season.

By reducing the carbon emitted during the production of a new kit, Brentford is also doing its part to help the climate emergency.

The club has caused a sensation on its return to the Premier League and has been widely praised

The club has caused a sensation on its return to the Premier League and has been widely praised

The club has caused a sensation on its return to the Premier League and has been widely praised

Brentford hopes his move will allow fans (pictured) to save money on merchandise

Brentford hopes his move will allow fans (pictured) to save money on merchandise

Brentford hopes his move will allow fans (pictured) to save money on merchandise

They can avoid launching a new kit because the commercial and streaming revenue in the Premier League is significantly more than the retail revenue.

And the move has been praised today by fans of a variety of clubs.

“Well played Brentford and Umbro,” said one Twitter user. “Brave move and be applauded.”

Another wrote: ‘Bravo, how it should be – the good old days when kits lasted two seasons, not losing three kits every year.’

Social media users responded to Brentford's announcement to praise them for their decision.

Social media users responded to Brentford's announcement to praise them for their decision.

Social media users responded to Brentford’s announcement to praise them for their decision.

“On behalf of all neutrals … please stay awake,” said a third. The league needs you.

Another added: ‘Brentford class. All clubs should get back to this. Good for the fans and the planet. ‘

“This is a great move from Brentford,” posted a fifth fan. ‘They have decided to extend their home uniform until next season. We need to see more PL clubs take climate-friendly action, and Brentford is leading the way here. Well done!’

However, in a strange twist, some users have criticized the club for being ‘lazy’ for not sporting another jersey next season.

But one supporter has lashed out at skeptics, saying: ‘How is this vague? What is the need to change the home jersey every year? This will allow people to save a lot of money ”.

However, Brentford will have new away and third strips for the 2022/23 campaign.

Jon Varney, Chief Executive Officer of Brentford FC, said: “ While it is not normal practice for Premier League clubs to hand out a uniform for two seasons, we have been told by fans that they would be in favor of the savings a jersey would bring. two seasons. provide.’

Varney also admitted that as a result of his promotion to the Premier League, “now is the perfect time” for the club to “try something different” without suffering financial shock.

Thomas Frank's team sits just below the middle of the table as they try to avoid an immediate descent.

Thomas Frank's team sits just below the middle of the table as they try to avoid an immediate descent.

Thomas Frank’s team sits just below the middle of the table as they try to avoid an immediate descent.

And now they'll be sporting the exact same red and white jersey (above) for their next campaign.

And now they'll be sporting the exact same red and white jersey (above) for their next campaign.

And now they’ll be sporting the exact same red and white jersey (above) for their next campaign.

He went on to add: ‘We also believe this is a step in the right direction to help the environment a bit.

“It can only be good to reduce kit cycles where circumstances allow, and we will continue to work with Umbro to ensure that our kit production is as sustainable as possible.

“It’s just a small thing, but we think it will help.”

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