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England’s Tranmere Rovers soccer club to wear made in Indonesia jerseys

England’s Tranmere Rovers soccer club to wear made in Indonesia jerseys English soccer club Tranmere Rovers has asked their fans to vote for their favorite jersey design. In the upcoming 2021/2022, the Rovers will play in England's fourth-tiered league, League One, wearing jerseys produced by Indonesian manufacturer Mills Sport. (tranmererovers.co.uk/-)
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English soccer club Tranmere Rovers are set to play the 2021-2022 season wearing jerseys produced by Indonesian manufacturer Mills Sport.

Mills is also the jersey supplier for the Indonesian national soccer team. 

The Rovers will play in England's fourth-tiered League One competition in the upcoming season.

“We are today launching the final round of our competition for a fan-designed first team shirt for the 2021/2022 season,” the club said in a statement on Friday.

“We have had the graphics for each of the shortlisted designs professionally produced by our new kit manufacturer for next season, Mills Sport. 

“The designs are faithful to the original entries in all respects other than the club crest, as we have decided to revert next season to the club’s traditional multicolored crest,” it added.

Fans are asked to vote for their favorite design until Monday through the club’s website, tranmererovers.co.uk

“As far as we are aware, we will be the first English professional soccer team to have its first team shirt designed by a supporter,” said club chairman Mark Palios.

“One of the special things about this club is how the players, owners, staff and supporters all work together, and we think this is an exciting way of taking that collaboration one step further. I am really looking forward to seeing the final result,” he added.

A portion of the Rovers’ shares is owned by Indonesia’s Santini Group, belonging to Wandi Wanandi, Lukito Wanandi and Paulus Wanandi. (nkn)