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EnergyBet shows its continued support for Leyton Orient FC

Leyton Orient FC has confirmed its continued association with EnergyBet by revealing their new home and away kits for the 2017-18 Vanarama National League campaign.

Both the home and away shirts are made using the Nike Trophy II template, with Nike Dri-FIT polyester and Nike Dry fabric to help keep the players dry and comfortable. The red home shirt is complemented with red shorts and socks, while the away shirt also goes with blue shorts and socks.

Leyton Orient Commercial Manager Steve Dixon said: “We are looking forward to another season with EnergyBet. The club is hoping to be able to provide a much more enjoyable matchday experience this season, and I expect EnergyBet to be part of that with a range of creative and fun activities as well as competitions for our supporters.”

EnergyBet spokesperson Russell Yershon (pictured with new signing Dave Mooney) added: “EnergyBet are proud to continue our association with Leyton Orient and like the fans, we are beyond excited about the vision and ambition of the new owners.

“We are thrilled to be a part of the kit launch for the coming season and see the passion of not only the new owners, but also the arrival of new players who have the ambition to return Leyton Orient into the English Football League and bring the good times back.

“We look forward to seeing the fans wearing the shirt and being able to reward them with prizes such as hospitality packages and on pitch activities during the coming season.”

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