Keighley Cougars have revealed their home, away and Pride kits for the 2024 League 1 season.

Inspired by the past and returning to a classic V style design, the home and away shirts both feature the club’s traditional red and green colours while the Pride shirt sees a return of the 2022 half and half design.

In another rugby league first, the latter becomes Cougars’ third shirt, meaning this will be worn on multiple occasions throughout the season, as the team travel around the country promoting inclusivity.

The kits were revealed at the club's Christmas party, which was held on Saturday night at Cougar Park.

Cougars have thanked their shirt sponsors, Bedspredz Poultry, Airedale Shopping Centre, Stells, Scott Kenyon, PPS Design & Build, MCC Autos, Treehouse, Moochies, Andys Man Club, The Löwecal Lager, Clever Energy Boilers and A1 Lift & Mobility Group for their kind support.

There are still further opportunities for brands or companies to feature on the left sleeve of the players’ match kit, and Cougars have asked for those interested to please contact the club’s chief operating officer Steven Watkinson on for more details.

Keighley have a limited amount of home shirts, which will be available via their online shop, with any remaining stock in the shop on Boxing Day.

Pre-orders for all three shirts will be taken via the club’s online shop in due course, with delivery estimated to be towards the end of January 2024, with sizes running from 5XS to 4XL.

Fans will get to see the new home shirt in action on December 26 for the Melia Powell Funeral Services Boxing Day Challenge friendly against Oldham RLFC.

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