New shirt prices and cardboard cut-out questions as Sheffield Wednesday gear up for 2020/21

The new Sheffield Wednesday shirts have been launched, the prices have been revealed, and the Owls are starting to gear up for the 2020/21 season. Here’s a few bits of information that may be good to know for the Wednesdayites out there.

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As for the new kits, adult shirts start at £59 and juniors are £45, while full mini kits for your little ones can be purchased for £50. Names and numbering aren’t available just yet, but will be ‘nearer the start of the season once squad numbers are confirmed’.

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They club have also said that fans who order before August 15 ‘will receive kits from the first dispatch to arrive in time for the start of the new campaign’.

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Meanwhile, there’s been a few questions about those cardboard cut-outs that have been the only company that SWFC’s players have had at Hillsborough since the restart, and now there’s some clarity on how to get hold of yours.

They said this week, “Supporters who participated in our ‘Fan in the Stand’ initiative for home games since the Championship resumption can now collect their cut-outs from the stadium. Due to safety restrictions and in line with current regulations, arrangements must be made with the club beforehand.” - Fans should call 07771 832679 to arrange.

Meanwhile, for those fans waiting for season ticket refunds, you should receive yours around 60 days after making your application on the club website.

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You can now collect your cardboard cut-out from Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough Stadium. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

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