Leyton Orient has launched a commemorative kit to mark Rememberance Sunday.
The kit is a nod to the Club’s role in World War One, when it was the first English Club to sign-up en-masse.
Three players – Richard McFadden, Willie Jonas and George Scott – were killed in action.
The kit will be worn for the game against Bromley on Saturday, 17 November – the nearest home fixture to Remembrance Sunday.
Vice-Chairman Kent Teague said: “The main reason we had the kit made is because we know that history matters.
“Leyton Orient Football Club has a fantastic history and we knew that it was historically significant that it had been 100 years so we wanted to offer a way for the fans to be able to wear a piece of history that we felt was very significant to them.”
The fourth kit will not feature any sponsorship.Tags: Leyton Orient, Football
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