The new design, manufactured by Sondico, features three stars above the crest to mark the milestone year – each of them representing five seasons.
Keen to keep history on the shirt, the club’s year of establishment, 1895, remains positioned inside the button-up crew-neck collar and at the base of the back of the shirt.
The fresh take on green and white hoops maintains Town’s tradition of sporting hoops since the club’s admission into the EFL, whilst offering a twist on the conventional wrap-around design.
As Somerset’s only professional football club and after a famous non-league history, Yeovil Town are proud to be heading into a 15th straight campaign amongst the top 92 clubs in the country.
Jones Building Group remain the Glovers’ main sponsor while Thatchers Cider feature just below the collar on the back of the shirt.
Fans can get their hands on the new home kit from July 1st in the Huish Park club shop.