WARRINGTON Wolves have launched their new playing kits for the 2024 season.

It represents another change in both colour and style from the previous year, with the home shirt reverting back to a traditional royal blue number having been largely white in 2023.

Warrington Guardian: Paul Vaughan wearing the 2024 home kitPaul Vaughan wearing the 2024 home kit (Image: Joe Richardson)

However, it is the away kit that represents perhaps the biggest change – this year’s effort is lime green with navy, with both shirts following the same basic design.

A handful of members and club sponsors were the first to see the new kits this evening having secured tickets to a secret launch party at Sankey Street, but they are now available to buy online and in-person from the club shop.

Warrington Guardian: Matty Ashton in the new lime green away shirtMatty Ashton in the new lime green away shirt (Image: Joe Richardson)

The replica shirts also include knitted ribbed collars and cuffs in a narrow-striped primrose and blue design and two Wires from the club crest emblazoned on each side. 

The shorts and socks are also predominantly blue with primrose Wires down the sides of the shorts.

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The patch encircling the neck on both jerseys mirrors the contour of the lower third of the wolf depicted in the club logo.

Hoover remains as the club’s main shirt sponsor for the new year, with the kit also featuring returning sponsors Top Mark Solutions, TCAT, Resulting IT, C4 Projects, Cheshire Mouldings, Redwood Bank, University of Chester, Wirehouse, Warrington Fabrications and Total Steelwork and Fabrications.