Ladbrokes Scottish League Two 2015 - 2016
For the first time the team finishing last in 2014-15 had to play-off against the winners of a two-legged tie between the champions of the Highland and Lowland leagues. Montrose survived after overcoming Brora Rangers.
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Sponsor: M&S Engineering
Annan's kits are unchanged but a red third strip was introduced in March for the match against East Fife.
(Graeme Houston, Philip Klein)
Sponsor: Mega Tech
Arbroath have updated their first strip and it is now in the same Pendle design as the black alternative, retained from last term.
Sponsor: Automatic Retailing Vending
The Wee 'Gers wore their new change kit for the first time in the pre-season friendly against St Mirren. Their first kit marks a return to traditional stripes in black and gold.
(Alexander Leiberich, Sytse Korts)
Sponsor: Cash for Kids (1st), The Wealth Partnership (2nd 3rd)
Clyde have opted for a set of Hummel strips with interchangeable elements this season. The first choice strip is particularly fine, a riff on their traditional combination with the addition of red raglan sleeves.
Sponsor: OLS Laudry Services (1st) East Fife Joinery (2nd)
East Fife have worn gold tops in the past but never before with white shorts. Personally, I prefer them in gold and black stripes. The change strip is Joma's Crew design.
(Alexander Leiberich, Graeme Houston)
Sponsor: AiiB Consulting (1st) HHB Asia (2nd)
In order to keep costs down both for the club and supporters, Shire are keeping their kits for a second season but the sponsorship is new.
Designer: EC 1893 (Own Brand)
Sponsor: McDonald & Munro
Elgin have introduced two new strips under their in-house brand. The first choice shirt features narrower stripes than the previous version as well as solid black sleeves. The alternative looks like something Caley Thistle would wear.
Sponsor: Intervention Rentals
Montrose have the distinction of being the first club to have been involved in a play-off to retain their place in the Scottish League. In the end they survived, beating Highland League side Brora Rangers 3-2 on aggregate. The new strips for 2015-16 are the simplest in Nike's catalogue.
Designer: Under Armour
Sponsor: Irn Bru
The Spiders have retained both their strips from last season.
Sponsor: Prudential Insurance
Albion were relegated at the end of their anniversary season which may be why they are now wearing red shorts with their bespoke retro shirts instead of white, to suggest a fresh start. The change strip is new.