Play-Off Shirts Used (So Far...)
Updated: Jul 7
The first play-off Luton played in came in the 1996/97 season, where they played Crewe Alexandra home and away.
Luton played both games in the home shirt of that season.
2009/10 would be the next season that Luton found themselves in the play-offs, this time against York City.
The following season in 2010/11 Luton played Wrexham in the semi finals and wore the same shirts as the season before for the home and away legs.
Having beaten Wrexham, Luton got to the final and played against Wimbledon at the Eithad Stadium in Manchester. Luton would debut the next season's home shirt, a throwback to the orange shirts of the 1970's
2011/12 Luton played Wrexham home and away in the semi-finals. In the home game, Luton wore the 2011/13 home shirt in the home leg and the 2011/12 white away shirt.
The final saw Luton play against York City at Wembley. Luton wore the white away shirt with special match embroidered details.
Luton was away in the first leg against Blackpool and wore the white 2016/17 away shirt and the orange home shirt for the home leg.
Luton was drawn at home to Huddersfield in the first leg of the semi-final and wore the orange home shirt with new mid-season sponsor Utilita on the front of the shirt. This would also be the shirt worn for the away game as well.