Our Away Kit Battle has reached its penultimate last-16 showdown, with just two more places left to be determined before the quickfire quarter-finals later this month.
Both of this week’s candidates lasted just a single season, with the White & Red strip sported during the 2008/09 campaign up against the Yellow & Navy ensemble from 1993/94.
We want supporters young and old to play their part in helping us compile a definitive of list of the Red Army’s favourites and, even if your chosen kit doesn’t make progress to the quarter-finals, every vote will help determine precisely where it ends up in our overall rankings between 1990 and 2020.
There are no more potential reprieves for any defeated shirts, with each winner progressing to the next round until an overall victor is determined.
Our poll closes at noon on Monday, so you’ve got the rest of the weekend to make a considered decision before clicking the button.
Bit Of All White
Sponsor: Allan’s Pharmacy
Notes: This kit lasted just a single term and is perhaps best remembered for being sported on the day that the Reds’ League curtain-raiser with Linfield was abandoned due to a torrential downpour at Windsor Park.
Sponsor: Total Haulage
Notes: An old favourite among many fans despite being unfortunately synonymous with the Club’s propensity for early-to-mid-nineties cup disasters, due in no small part to the fact it was worn for the infamous Budweiser Cup Semi Final with Ards that saw the Reds concede three goals in injury-time having been 2-0 up with 90 minutes on the clock.