TOWN will be going back to the future when they pull on their new white change shirts next season.
For the Galpharm club actually have more history in white than red and black stripes, the kit being replaced.
Town entered the Football League back in 1910 wearing a shirt which was predominantly white.
It wasn't until the 1913-14 season that the much-loved blue and white vertical stripes were introduced.
Town kept white as an alternative, although they also wore scarlet on occasions either side of the War.
White was worn for the 1928 FA Cup final defeat by Blackburn Rovers at Wembley, as the main picture shows.
It was also the away kit for the bulk of the Sixties (Derek Stokes is the man in the first of the smaller pictures).
Plain red came in for the 1968-69 campaign and red and black stripes for the 1969-70 Division II title triumph.
From the early Seventies, yellow became the main alternative.
But in the mid-Eighties, white, as modelled by Dale Tempest (middle right), was worn as a third choice.
White with black shorts was the choice when Town won promotion from the then-Division II in 1994-95. when Ronnie Jepson (bottom right) was one of the crowd favourites.