YORK City have released their kits for the 2023/24 Vanarama National League season.

Moving back to their traditional red and blue colours after their centenary season, the new kits were released this morning on social media. 

After a delay due to a late change in sponsorship, the club have secured Titan as their main shirt sponsor for the season.

The home shirt will include dark blue shorts and white socks, whilst the shirt will have a faded 'Y' pattern throughout the shirt.

The club have also released their new away shirt, a clean white kit with navy shorts and navy socks.

Finally, City have released their new goalkeeper shirt for the season, with Ryan Whitley modelling a green kit with a jagged pattern throughout.

Both kits have been produced by Puma.

York will wear their red home strip in this afternoon's friendly with Sheffield Wednesday this afternoon at the LNER Community Stadium (1.30pm).