YORK City have unveiled their new 'Chocolate and Cream' alternate strip for the 2022/23 season.

The kit forms part of the club's new range to commemorate York City's centenary year.

The striped design, inspired by the city’s chocolate-making heritage, and as worn by the club in the 1930s will feature next term when York make their long-awaited return to the Vanarama National League after last season's success through the National League North play-offs.

The shirt will be worn with white shorts and brown socks to complete the full look.

The new shirt follows on from the record-breaking home shirt which sold out in just six days in May and is available to order in July.

York media officer Dan Simmonite said: “We wanted to create something truly unique, and, like the home kit, we expect this to make a big impression with York City supporters and the wider football community.

“Everything around the centenary brand had to have meaning which is why we have chosen to revert back to our 1930s colours and taking inspiration from the iconic city we have on our doorstep."