The gold shirt has a black and white sash to honour Newcastle United, where Coppinger’s career began.
And it also features number 26 within the design, with each using a different font used in EFL shirt numbers over the 17 years he has been with Rovers.
The kit is sponsored by the mental health charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) after regular sponsors LNER donated the space on the front of the shirts.
Rovers will wear the shirt in an upcoming fixture.
Coppinger said: “I jumped at the opportunity to get involved. Growing up I loved buying different shirts and looked out for them coming out.
“I’m really happy with the final design. I wanted it to have a retro feel after 17 years at the club, my kids had theirs delivered and they love it which is another big thing for me.
“I’ve never worn a gold shirt so I thought it was quite fitting to have that with it being my last season at the club.
“Having CALM as the shirt sponsor was massive for me, it adds to the whole experience with the job that they’re doing.
“I’ve had my own mental health issues in the past and it is pleasing to have them on there to promote all they are doing.”
The kit is now available in limited numbers both on the Rovers website and in the Elite Pro Sports store in the Frenchgate.