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Leicester City’s 2020/21 Home Kit Leaked

Leicester City’s home kit for the 2020/21 season has been leaked with two new pictures uploaded by the ever reliable FootyHeadlines.

Based on the Condivo 20 template, the new look Adidas home shirt introduces a clean look in blue with white and gold piping on the cuffs.

The Adidas stripes, which sits on either shoulder of the jersey, are white. Take a look at what it looks like below…

Leicester City’s 2020/21 Home Kit Leaked

As can be seen, the Adidas logo is positioned on the right breast and the ’King Power’ shirt sponsor is placed in the middle. The back of the shirt and collar is just a plain blue.

Leicester City’s 2020/21 Home Kit Leaked

It was back in 2018 that Leicester announced a multi-year partnership with the global sportswear giant, and they’ve impressed their majority of their fanbase since.

Fans can now take advantage of their great offers on 2019/20 #ThenNowAgain shirts and kits – simply by combining their purchase with other promotion items.

Foxes fans can buy a junior shirt for just £19 (down from £23) when combining with any 2019/20 adult shirt purchase

– Supporters can pick up a mini kit at only £23 (down from £30) with the acquisition of any 2019/20 adult shirt

– Finally, the City faithful can grab 50 per cent off all 2019/20 or 2018/19 shorts and/or socks when adding any 2019/20 adult shirt to their basket

– All offers are available exclusively at shop.LCFC.com, with profits from all remaining 2019/20 LCFC replica shirt sales going to charity

2019/20 junior replica shirts and mini kits bearing With You Then, With You Now, With You Again can now be snapped up at further discounted rates* when supporters combine their basket spend. All profits from the sale of the shirts will be donated to the Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Foundation and its work supporting the Leicestershire community, its response to COVID-19 and its equality and diversity efforts.

Fans can save a further £4 on any 2019/20 junior shirt when buying alongside any 2019/20 adult shirt – or, for those with little Foxes – save a further £7 on a 2019/20 mini kit when purchasing alongside a 2019/20 adult shirt. Meanwhile, the City faithful can save 50 per cent on all 2019/20 or 2018/19 shorts and/or socks by adding any 2019/20 adult shirt to their basket – a great incentive to pick up a full kit for less.

The Foxes are fourth in the Premier League table due to a superior goal difference over Manchester United with three games to go.

Brendan Rodgers’ side will be hoping to get back to winning ways following their surprise 4-1 defeat at Bournemouth when they host Sheffield United on Thursday.

Jamie Vardy got on the scoresheet yet again this season at the Vitality Stadium, before the Cherries hit four second-half goals past Leicester to dent their top four hopes.

Rodgers questioned his side’s mentality in his post-match press conference and admitted they were ‘too soft’.

He said: “We lacked courage in the second-half, to take the ball. We had good opportunities and decent control in the first-half.

“They changed their shape a little bit. For the first 15 minutes you’ve got to grind it out. They’ve got nothing to lose and have to come after the game.

“You’ve got to grind it out in football sometimes. That first 15 minutes we did that but we weren’t making quick enough angles, we weren’t taking responsibility on the ball.

“We concede the penalty, which is then, okay, we get to 1-1. But we still have to show a greater mentality in the game.

“It is something that surprised me, to be honest. In all the time I’ve been here I mentioned in the week about the strength of mentality in this team.

“But second-half we were too soft in too many ways. That was the big disappointment. To end up losing 4-1, it was a big surprise, especially after the first-half.”

Fans gave their reaction after seeing Leicester City’s 2020/21 Home Kit Leaked, but it’s clear to see it hasn’t gone down too well…

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