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KIT LAUNCH | 2019/20 Fraser Franks Commemorative Third Shirt Launched

27 March 2019

County fans will have the opportunity to have their name included in the design of next season's Third Kit as the Club seeks to support defender Fraser Franks and his family, following his retirement from professional football earlier this month due to a heart issue.

Supporters can have their names embossed on the shirt for £50. 

All proceeds from the sale of the names will go towards helping support Fraser and his family.

There will be a separate purchase price for shirts, to be announced closer to the time of release.

Chosen by Fraser himself, the shirt design features the classic County badge on the front in amber, with the rest of the kit in a stylish white. 

Fraser said: "My family and I are beyond words for how grateful we are to the football club for this amazing gesture. I don’t know what the future holds going forward yet but this will be a huge help when it comes to supporting my family and dealing with the next stage of my life. 

"I love the design of the kit and I’m sure the players will enjoy wearing it next season and hopefully they'll create some great memories in it. I’ve been blown away by the support from the County fans and it’s shown me just how special and unique this football club is. UTC."

Supporters' names will be printed on the shirt in grey, standing out from the rest of the colourway on the shirt. 

Email commercial@newport-county.co.uk now to register your interest, including what name you would like to be printed on the kit, as well as how many you names you would like in total. 

Please note the price per name of £50. A separate price to actually purchase the shirt will be announced nearer the time of release.

All requests must be submitted via the commercial@newport-county.co.uk email address.

You have until the week commencing May 6, 2019, to register your interest. Names will be taken on a first come, first served basis.


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