It’s the only Cliftonville reverse strip to have seen duty during two Premiership title-winning campaigns, so it’s little wonder that fans have sent it through to the next stage of our Away Kit Battle.
The only Reds jersey to have been been emblazoned with different sponsors, the Green & White ensemble – which was worn either side of the move from fonaCAB to Sean Graham between 2011 and 2014 – landed 55% of the vote to book its spot in the last 16 at the expense of the Luminous Yellow & Black hooped effort sported on the road in 1998/99.
The defeated shirt will not, however, drop out of the race entirely and will later join the other first phase losers in a second-chance saloon as we bid to compile the definitive list of the Club’s best and worst away kits of the last 30 years.
Everyone will naturally have their own favourite efforts and, with just a few days to wait until our next head-to-head battle, have you decided which strip you’d vote for out of any given combination?
Last 16 Qualifiers to date
1: Gold & Green (1997/98)
2. Yellow & Blue (2003/04)
3. Argentina Stripes (1996/97)
4. Shamrock Fades (2018/19, 2019/20)
5. Yellow & Black (2014/15, 2015/16)
6. All Black (v CSKA Sofia, July 2010)
7. Green & White (2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14)