Football League: Third Division colours’


February 12, 1923
The colours of clubs in the Third Division (Southern Section) are: –
Aberdare: Claret and sky blue shirts, white knickers;
Brentford: White shirts, blue knickers;
Brighton and Hove Albion: Royal blue and white vertical striped shirts, white knickers;
Bristol Rovers: White shirts, blue knickers;
Bristol City: Red shirts, white knickers;
Charlton: Red shirts, white knickers;
Exeter City: Red and white striped shirts, white knickers;
Gillingham: Black and white shirts, white knickers;
Luton Town: White shirts, black knickers;
Merthyr Town: Red and green shirts, white knickers;
Millwall: Navy blue shirts, white knickers;
Newport County: Black and amber striped shirts, white knickers;
Northampton: Claret shirts, white knickers;
Norwich City: Yellow and green shirts, dark blue knickers;
Plymouth Argyle: Green and black shirts, white knickers;
Portsmouth: Royal blue shirts, white knickers;
Queens Park Rangers: Green and white shirts, white knickers;
Reading: Dark blue and white vertical striped shirts, dark blue knickers;
Southend United: Royal blue shirts, white knickers;
Swansea Town: White shirts, white knickers;
Watford: Black and white vertical striped shirts, black knickers.
(Source: Athletic News: February 12, 1923)

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