Ladbrokes Scottish League One 2015 - 2016
Although three teams are wearing standard Adidas designs, the smaller producers (Macron, Stanno, Pendle, Joma, Prostar and Uhlsport) are well represented at this level ensuring there is plenty of variety.
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Premier League | Championship | League One | League Two
From 3 Oct
From 29 Sept
Sponsor: M&H Logistics (1st), G&M Radiators (2nd)
After the debacle with the Court of the Lord Lyon, Airdrie will sport a redesigned crest on their elegant, retro strips. The first choice is a deliberate evocation of the classic style worn by the original club. Sponsorship of the second shirt is subject to
a prize draw: tickets cost a mere £350 and are limited to 50 per entrant. This approach has proved very effective for other Scottish clubs and has been adopted in England by Bristol Rovers. Unfortunately the new strips were not delivered in time for the start of the season so last season's Puma sets were used instead.
Champions of League Two, the Wee Rovers are now equipped by Adidas.
(Craig Gass, Andrew Skelton)
After playing in black shirts and white shorts (and not doing very well), Ayr have returned to their traditional look, complemented by a purple and white alternative. Once again the club see nothing wrong with promoting their new shirts by using a topless female model in body paint.
Brechin have introduced a new change strip and retained their first choice outfit.
Sponsor: Subsea Pressure Controls
Relegated Cowdenbeath have revived their original crest which features elements drawn from their mining origins. The new change strip is again in red, blue and white but with fading stripes on the shirt. The new first kit is another of Uhlsport's striking designs.
2 Jan 2016
After the fine re-creation of the recurring candy-striped shirt worn last season, Dunfermline are wearing stripes of a more conventional width (Joma Copa) matched with white shorts, a combination that dates back to the 20s. The change strip is an intriguing shade that edges towards violet in Joma's Standard template.
The special kit is a tribute to the late Norrie McCathie, regarded as the Pars' finest ever player
who died of carbon monoxide poisoning 20 years ago. It recreates the change strip McCathie wore in his last match for the team.
(Alasdair Shaw, William Kay)
Sponsor: Orchard Timber Products
The first strip is retained from last season and a new change kit is introduced in white and light blue.
Sponsor: LFH Engineering
It looks like Peterhead may be trying to save a little on the kit budget by wearing blue shorts with both first and second strips.
Sponsor: Gulnar (1st) City Technical Services (2nd)
Stenhousemuir retained their place in League One after winning the relegation play-offs. Their new strips are made by Prostar, a name that has been missing from senior football for some time. Blue has featured several times on the first strip in the past and now reappears.
Sponsor: Stena Line
The change strip is new and the other kits are held over from last season.