The new Exeter City Football Club polo shirt collection, in collaboration with BSX is now available on-line and in the club shop at St James Park.
The new range is entirely bespoke and has been custom-designed for City by BSX.
The simple and classic polo’s capture the heritage of Exeter City with the detailed, yet subtle Pegasus embroidery and the club colours of red, white and black.
BSX’s UK Brand Ambassador, Ernie Stobbs, said: “BSX is delighted to be working with such a great football club. The cooperation with Exeter City has been fantastic from the get-go, and we are extremely pleased with the end result."
Mark Loynd, Executive Director of BSX’s holding company, said: “I am confident that fans of all ages will be pleased with this unique offering – a stylish range of polo shirts made from our premium lycra-infused cotton that can be worn both in the stands and to hit the town”.
The collection is made all the more special by Exeter City players Christy Pym and Lee Holmes, who have modelled the collection, as well as stylist Heena Arab and photographer Peter Butterworth, students from London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London. Heena and Peter are winners of a UAL school competition that successfully pitched BSX to award them the Exeter City photo shoot.
BSX, an acronym for Blue Star Exchange, offers a wide selection of contemporary clothing infused with an urban edge and a clear focus on quality.
Please click here to visit the collection on the club shop website.
Up next at St James Park:
City take on Cambridge United on Saturday, January 26 in a 3pm kick-off. Ticket prices are cheaper in advance. Click here to buy online.