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This week’s newly unveiled kits from English clubs for 2020/21

We have decide to take a look a this week’s newly unveiled kits from English clubs for the 2020/21 season, and majority of them have gone down well.

The current campaign is over and done with for many, so now their attentions can only turn to the next one, and with clubs desperately needing the cash to boost their finances, now is the perfect time to release them to supporters.

We start with newly promoted Crewe Alexandra, who have unveiled a new away strip manufactrured by Football Thailand (FBT).

The shoulders and sleeves are white, then it’s gold from the chest down before turning to a black gradient effect, it is completed with black shorts and socks.

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Next it’s Man City‘s new home kit, and it was two months ago that this jersey was leaked, which went on to be mocked heavily by fans on social media for it’s unique pattern.

It features a blue and white mosaic design, moving away from the purple accent used in this season’s strip. It is added with a navy trim. The kit is completed with white shorts and light blue socks.

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City say: “…it pays homage to a city brimming with football and creativity.

“Art, industry, football, music, fashion, noise, and colour are all woven into Manchester’s DNA and the mosaics displayed are a celebration of our city’s proud and diverse culture.

“It’s both a fitting and timely combination.

“Mosaics have also been an important part of Manchester City’s proud history, stretching back almost 100 years to when the original City mosaic first adorned the gates of our former Maine Road home.

“Today, the mosaic tradition continues with many club legends having been immortalized as mosaic artworks at the City Football Academy, helping to inspire the next generation of players.”

Another kit revealed in the last week was Scunthorpe United limited edition third strip, which went down very well with fans online.

The third shirt is white and features a claret and blue vertical stripe with claret shoulders and side panels. The Iron’s badge is embroidered alongside the Macron Hero icon and it will be worn with white shorts with claret side mesh panels and blue trim at the bottom of the leg along with white socks.

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The back of the jersey is predominantly white with black ‘The Iron’ lettering on the back of the neck.

The shirts will once again feature the Utilita logo in their second year as front of shirt sponsors, while Pepperell’s Solicitors have moved from the shorts to the back of the shirt for the coming season. Sands Venue Hotel Resort and Spa will feature as the new sponsor of the shorts with their logo displayed on the back leg in gold.

Carlisle United also unveiled their new home and away kit for the 2020/21 season, again they won plenty of praise.

The home shirt is blue with dark blue sleeves and shoulders, with blue cuffs and a thin red trim whilst the collar is dark blue with thin red trim at the bottom.

The Errea logo on the right breast and the EWM shirt sponsor are coloured white, and usual, the crest is placed on the right. White shorts with blue socks complete the home kit.

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The Carlisle away shirt is mostly orange with blue cuffs that feature thin white trim. A thin blue and white trim appears at the base of the collar.

Both the Errea logo on the right breast and the shirt sponsor are coloured blue as are the side panels. It is complete with orange shorts and socks.

West Ham fans were left unimpressed with their new away kit which commemorative the club’s 125th Anniversary inspired by the club’s more successful period of the 1960s, during which the Hammers won the FA Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup and provided three members of England’s 1966 FIFA World Cup-winning team glory, the Away kit is a modern twist on the strip worn by all-time greats Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters.

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The iconic Vista Blue shirt with two Claret bands became a timeless classic, and its popularity has seen it recreated on a number of occasions since, most notably in Club’s inaugural Premier League season in 1993/94, and the 2011/12 campaign, which climaxed in Play-Off final glory at Wembley.

The new West Ham away shirt is coloured Vista Blue with two claret coloured bands on the front, one on the chest and one in the middle of the front.

The black Betway sponsor is placed in between the two bands whilst a blue Umbro logo and the West Ham United badge are placed on the top band in the right breast and left breast area’s.

Both the crew neck collar and cuffs are coloured claret. It comes with vista blue coloured shorts and socks.

Fans will be pleased to learn that there will be sponsorless version of the kit to go on sale too.

Next up is Lincoln City, who have unveiled a home shirt which takes inspiration from the 1995-96 shirt and sees a retro looking red jersey featuring thin white stripes.

The collar and cuffs are coloured red with black and white trim.

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A white Errea logo is placed on the right breast whilst the club crest is on the left.

‘Peregrine’, the new shirt sponsor, is situated in the centre of the shirt, in white. Black shorts with red socks complete the kit.

Doncaster Rovers revealed a new home shirt last week, the iconic red and white hoops remain but this season’s shirt incorporates a grey breathable mesh under arm panel giving the kit a bold, modern twist.

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The LNER shirt sponsor, the collar and the Club Doncaster logo on the right breast are white. On the left is the crest. The shorts are red which a grey strip going down either side.

Cheltenham Town home shirt is red with white pinstripes running down the front of the jersey.

The collar and sleeves are white with black cuffs. Inside the neckline features the club motto “salubritas et eruditio”.

Both the Errea logo on the right breast and the Mira Showers logo in the centre are coloured white.

Cambridge United were pleased to unveil the new 2020/21 away kit, which for a second consecutive season is inspired by another of the Club’s most popular former strips with supporters.

It is based on the 1998-99 away kit, a half and half design that sees the right half of the shirt coloured dark blue with a light blue sleeve whilst the left side is coloured light blue with a dark blue sleeve.

The cuffs are white along with the Hummel logo on the right breast and the Danish brands chevrons on top of the sleeves.

A navy coloured Mick George Group logo is in the centre of the shirt with a white outline. A two coloured Cambridge United badge is on the left breast.

The half and half design continues on the back of the shirt. now all of their new kits have been revealed.

Derby County‘s new home shirt, worn over the weekend, is predominantly white with thin black trim on the collar and cuffs.


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Home Shirt: Umbro have taken Derby’s crisp iconic white to inspire the new season’s shirt. A knitted pique striped front adds depth and complements the solid white sleeves with black asymmetric tipping at the collar and cuffs. Features include a stylised white rib V-neck with black collar insert, raised rubber effect crest, stacked diamond, dropped back hem and official licensed label to the side seam.

Home Shorts: The black shorts have a white contrast tipping to the side panel detail, as well as a contrast raised rubber effect crest with internal drawcords and elasticated waistband.

Home Socks: The white home socks have a black contrast hoop detail, ‘DCFC’ wording on the back and stacked jacquard diamond, together with a cotton footbed and instep cool zone technology.

Last, but not least, it’s League One playoff semi finalists Fleetwood Town, who were delighted to unveil our home shirt, produced by Hummel, ahead of the 2020/21 season.

The new kit is a 100% bespoke design retaining the club’s traditional red and white colours, some finishing touches of black and the trademark hummel chevrons running down the sleeves.

Still craving to see more kits for the new season? Click HERE to check out other newly unveiled jerseys.

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