As well as the launch of St Patrick's Athletics new away jersey for 2010/2011, this Thursday will also see the official opening of the Saints Superstore on Emmet Road.
A press briefing will be held at the Saints Superstore on Thursday at 12.30pm where the St Pat's management team of Pete Mahon and John Gill will give their thoughts on the performance of St Pat's and the race at the top of the Premier division of the Airtricity League.
At 1.30pm Pete Mahon will then be invited to officially open the Saints Superstore.
Located at 117 Emmet Road the Saints Superstore stocks a large range of team kit and club merchandise as well as personalised club gifts for all occasions.
Open Mon-Sat 10.15am to 5.30pm, people can call the Superstore for product enquiries on 01-4780478 or email email@example.com .
Speaking ahead of the launch, shop owner Paul O'Brien said “I'm delighted that the manager of St Patrick's Athletic is to open the Superstore as I feel that a shop like this can really play a big part in building the support base for the club and for the team going forward”.
The new St Pat's Away Kit for the 2010/11 seasons will be the latest addition to the shop's product range and goes sale from Thursday.
The new dark navy & sky jersey features an embossed St Pat's crest around the embroidered club crest.
The accompanying shorts will be dark navy with sky side panels and the kit is finished off with sky blue socks.
The new jersey goes on sale priced at €55.00 (adult) and €45.00 (child).
As a special launch day offer, any supporter purchasing the new away jersey will receive two child (under 12) tickets for St Patrick's Athletic's next home game against Sligo Rovers in the Airtricity League.
All supporters are invited to attend the official opening and there will be a number of first team players present to sign the new jersey and other official merchandise on the day.
Be there for the start of something special – Saints Superstore launch Thursday 1.30pm.
The shop will remain open until 7.30 to allow fans to purchase the new jersey.
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