A FOOTBALL club known for its sausage-tastic charity kits have done it again with their new strip.

Bedale Association Football Club is sponsored by Heck Food and since 2017 have sportingly donned questionable-looking sausage-inspired kits which raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

The new shirt shows sausages and peas on a bed of mashed potato flowing down into the shorts with the socks depicting a gravy boat, pouring gravy towards the boots.

The Northern Echo:

The new kit is a sight for sore eyes but it's all for a good cause

On the back above the ketchup numbers is the slogan ‘Football’s Coming Home….For Tea.’

Reserve team manager Al Pattison joked that eating sausage and chips after every home game suits the Bedale players who had a successful last season, with the first team winning the North Riding Football League Lou Moore Cup and the reserve team finishing as Heck Harrogate League division 1 champions.’

The front of the kit bears the club crest and the Prostate Cancer logo and chairman Martyn Coombs said: "The football club raise funds as part of Team Garby, in memory of a dear friend Steve Garbett who died in November 2014.

The Northern Echo:

Last season's kit was also a wonder to behold

"As well as cycling three Football to Amsterdam bike rides and organising fundraising dinners, Team Garby have raised £178,483.96 towards our £250,000 target, a remarkable achievement and something the club are proud of."

The kit is available at


, with £5 from every sale going to Prostate Cancer UK.