Reading fans have been blown away by the limited edition kits produced for this weekend's legends match.

Set to be a fun-packed day at the SCL, seeing heroes of the club grace the turf one more time, the club have produced special shirts for the ocassion.

Sponsored by iconic sponsors Kyocera and Waitrose, the two companies on the front of the shirts in 2006 and 2012, the players will certainly look the part on Saturday.

Made by current kit manufacturer Macron, the classic blue-and-white home shirt is to be worn by the 2005/06 squad.

Complete with pinstripes and a smart collar, Steve Coppell's side will fly the flag for the hoops on the day.

Meanwhile Brian McDermott's 2011/12 team will wear a red kit, reminiscent of the away shirt from that unforgettable Championship-winning year.

Proving a hit with the fans, one commented: "Complete filth. Take my money."

Another added: "Can't we just keep that as next year's home shirt? It's beautiful."

Supporters will be able to bid on the match-worn shirts, complete with a signature from the player wearing it, with all money raised going to young people mental health chairty, No.5 Young People.