Home Shirt Launch Details

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Supporters will be able to purchase the 2014-15 Leyton Orient Football Club replica home shirt in adult sizes from 10am on Friday 15th August with junior sizes available from next week. 

First teamers Shaun Batt and Chris Dagnall will be in the Club Shop at 11am to meet supporters eager to get their hands on the brand new shirt while fans can also purchase the new shirt from the online store from 10am on Friday.

Junior sizes are expected to arrive next week while there will also be infant sizes this season, due in next week and further notifications of arrivals will be made via the official website and twitter.

The kit features a red shirt with a rib V-neck and overlap neckline with white trim on the sleeves along with red shorts and socks. The shirt is made with Nike’s latest Dri-FIT technology to keep sweat away from the body keeping you dry.

The brand new 2014-15 Away Kit will be revealed on Monday morning and will go on sale at the home game against Walsall on Saturday 23rd August.  

The shirts will this season feature sponsors 666Bet on the front and Goldline Cars on the reverse of both home and away, while Sports ID will continue on the rear of the shorts. As reported earlier here, the junior sized replica shirts will feature the main sponsors charity partner logo, Action for A-T.

Replica Kit Pricing


Juniors £36

Youths £38

Adults  £44


Juniors £16.75

Youths £17.50

Adults  £20.00


£8.50 – £10 dependant on shoe size. 


Infant kits, depending on size £24-£27

Shirt Printing will also be available at £12.95 for any name and number. The Club Shop are waiting to receive the new version of the ‘Football League’ numbers which will incorporate the Prostate Cancer UK Logo in aid of the charity. Supporters will be notified when these arrive and can be applied to shirts at a later date. Sky Bet Football League Patches will also be available at £6 a pair. Please note that Just Sport are unable to apply Sky Bet patches to Junior shirts due to advertising rules.