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The world's first ever see-though football kit has been unveiled by a team from North Yorkshire.
Bedale AFC will sport a brand new transparent kit and it's like nothing you will have ever seen before when it comes to football strips.
However, the kit is for a very good cause as it is in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. White arrows on the front and back of shirts and shorts point to the relevant area down below and encourage men to check.
It doesn't like something that would be too comfortable on the pitch but fans are able to purchase the full kit, with shirt, shorts and socks, exclusively from historicfootballshirts.co.uk for £79.99.
£5 from every sale will be donated to Prostate Cancer UK. The North Riding League outfit are hoping to raise £250,000 for the charity.
The club, who had former Leeds United and Sunderland manager Simon Grayson in their ranks once upon a team, have quite the reputation for bold kits.
Past strips include a sausage and mash, a BBQ goalkeeper shirt and a vegan carrot top.
We expected nothing less from the team that gave the World this strip a couple of years ago. "You'll Never Pork Alone". pic.twitter.com/jHRnR7zvpc- COPA90 (@Copa90) July 21, 2021
Heck Food have been the club's sponsors for a few years now and continue to push the boundaries with a slew of eye-catching designs.
As per The Sun, Heck co-founder Andrew Keeble: "What started as an innocuous sausage kit a few years ago has snowballed into this massive, almost unstoppable force that shows no sign of letting up.
"Every time we think that's it, we get another idea for a new kit and away we go again."
Featured Image Credit: Bedale AFC
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