Choose your stripes: Reading FC highlights rising temperatures in 'climate stripes' home kit

Michael Holder
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The football club's new home shirt features 'warming stripes' on its sleeves | Credit: Reading FC
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The football club's new home shirt features 'warming stripes' on its sleeves | Credit: Reading FC

Football club teams up with University of Reading for new shirt design which highlights rising temperatures in the town over the past 151 years

Reading FC has unveiled its new home kit for the upcoming season, featuring ‘warming stripes' on the shirt and shorts designed to show how climate change has driven an increase in local average temperatures...

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