SUPPORTERS of Kelty Hearts will get their first look at the new kits their players will wear next season later this month whilst the club announced a new manufacturer.

The 'Maroon Machine' will unveil their new strips ahead of the 2024/25 campaign on Saturday June 29, at New Central Park, during the village's gala day celebrations.

The club have teased images ahead of the launch, whilst revealing that Adidas will be producing the kits.

The German brand's iconic three stripes were last on Kelty shirts during their first season in the Lowland League, in 2019/20, after the club were promoted from the East of Scotland League, which they joined in 2018 after leaving the junior leagues.

From then, their kits have been produced by Spanish firm Joma, and sporting director, Craig Reynolds, said: "I did as any supporter would when bringing options to the team for next season's kit, and I'm confident everyone will be pleased with what we have to offer for the 2024/25 season."

READ MORE: Kelty 'not notified' as Inverness u-turn on training plan

The club previously announced a partnership with Pitch Teamwear, based in Hillington, to supply the kits, a range of merchandise, and operate their club shop website.

Meanwhile, the club have released details of early bird season tickets.

In what they say is a price freeze, adults can see all the League One action at New Central Park for £225, with prices for concessions set at £155, £85 for young adults, and £40 for juniors.

If bought as part of the early bird offer, fans can watch 18 league matches for the price of 14, and have access to Kelty's home pre-season friendly matches with Livingston, Hamilton Academical and Heart of Midlothian 'B' next month.

In addition, those who purchase will have priority access for home cup ties, and will be entered into a prize draw to win a new home or away shirt.

For full details, check out Kelty Hearts' Facebook page.