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

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

The current campaign is over and done with for many, so now their attention 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.

First up, it’s Blackpool with their new home shirt which is predominantly tangerine with a white stripe across the top of both shoulders.

It was unveiled at Bloomfield Road by Nathan Delfouneso, with members from Visit Blackpool, who will continue to sponsor the shirt for the forthcoming season.

On the left breast is the Blackpool FC crest and the Puma logo is placed on the right breast with the white ‘Visit Blackpool’ shirt sponsor in the middle.

White shorts with tangerine coloured socks complete the new Blackpool FC home kit 2020-21.

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Next we take a look at Plymouth Argyle‘s new third kit, following the launch of the extremely popular home and away strips.

The third strip is available in a limited edition run of 1886 kits, a nod to the club’s year of foundation, and features the Pilgrims’ iconic club crest appliqued onto the chest, alongside a unique Mayflower 400 anniversary emblem on the neck.

Argyle Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Parkinson, said: “We are really pleased with our three kits this season, and we thank both PUMA and Ginsters for their collaboration on the project. We hope that not only our players, but our supporters, too, will be proud to wear them this season.

“The response from supporters to our 20/21 kits has been outstanding, and we do not take that for granted.”

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Arsenal have unveiled their new home kit for the 2020/21 season this week, however it will look familiar as it was recently leaked online.

It is mostly red with an all over wavy tonal pattern inspired by the clubs Art Deco period in the 1930’s and 1940’s.

The collar is white along with the sleeves. Two thin red hoops appear on the cuffs.

The Emirates Fly Better shirt sponsor, Adidas logo on the right breast and the Adidas stripes running down the sides are white.

On the left breast is the Arsenal FC badge, and a classic small white Gunners logo is placed on the back of the neck.

The back of the shoulders are white whilst the tonal red wavy pattern continues on the back of the shirt.

White shorts with red Adidas socks complete the new Arsenal home kit.

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Another new kit, which was recently leaked, is Leicester City‘s home strip an it comes with a new sponsor.

It is predominantly blue and features a white hoop with a thin gold band through the centre on the cuffs.

The crest is on the left breast, and both the Adidas logo on the right breast and the German brands famous three stripes on the shoulders are white.

Centre of the football shirt is the ‘Thailand Smiles With You’ logo as the club announce a season long partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

The Leicester City Chairman and CEO of King Power International said: “The impact of COVID-19 is being felt all over the world and the relationship between Leicester City and King Power gives us the opportunity to support the shared communities that are closest to us.

“In Leicester, the Club has been able to reach out directly to make support available to a number of causes affected by the pandemic and will retain the backing of King Power to continue supporting Leicester’s future recovery.

“This campaign is our opportunity to make a difference in Thailand, where tourism contributes significantly to the nation’s economy and, as a result, the livelihoods of millions of Thai people.

“The relationship between King Power and Leicester City has been such a powerful vehicle for success for our entire organisation in the last 10 years. I’m extremely proud to make the power of that relationship available to the Tourism Authority of Thailand in the 2020/21 season.”

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Newcastle United have also released their new home kit ahead of the upcoming season, and we think this will go down much better than last year’s strip.

The new kit will be worn for the very first time on Sunday the 26th of July 2020, when the Magpies host Premier League champions Liverpool in the final match of the 2019/20 campaign – and will go on sale on the same day.

Featuring the club’s famous black and white stripes and using proven dryCELL technology, PUMA has created a design with thinner vertical bands than other recent seasons but has maintained a classic Newcastle look.

Adult shirts will once again feature the branding of the club’s primary partner, FUN88, after a new long-term partnership deal was announced on Monday.

And the 2020/21 home kit is complete with traditional black shorts and black socks, which have white hoops to the outer side of the leg.

Newcastle United forward Allan Saint-Maximin said: “As the supporters will know, me and my kids enjoyed wearing last season’s kit a lot but the new shirt looks great and I am looking forward to wearing it for the very first time on Sunday.

“I hope supporters will enjoy it too and we can be together again in black and white soon.”

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Championship runners up West Bromwich Albion revealed their new home kit with a design that draws inspiration from their famous “barcode” shirt.

The new Puma stripes for the 2020/21 season pay tribute to one of the Club’s most popular shirts, made famous by the Bob Taylor and Andy Hunt–inspired 1992/93 promotion season.

The Baggies are running a competition that would see one lucky winner of a brand new home shirt and a match ball from Wednesday’s promotion-securing match, thanks to principal partner Ideal Boilers.

There are also four runners-up prizes of a 20/21 home shirt.

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Scunthorpe United‘s new home shirt is traditional in style, with a claret body, blue side panels and blue arms finished with a white collar.

The Iron’s badge is embroidered alongside the Macron Hero icon on the front, while the badge is also sublimated into the rear of the shirt along with ‘THE IRON’ embroidered below the collar.

It will be worn with claret shorts with blue side mesh panels and blue trim at the bottom of the leg along with claret socks.

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.

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Another new home strip now and it comes from Millwall, who wore it for their final game of the Championship season against Huddersfield.

The strip, which consists of a navy blue shirt, with a white V-neck collar and white striped cuffs, plus diagonal lines embossed, white shorts and blue socks, can be seen modelled by Mahlon Romeo, Jed Wallace and Ben Thompson.

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League One side Bristol Rovers unveiled both their home and away kits on Friday ahead of the 2020/21 season.

The home strip houses the famous blue and white quarters, with a blend of modern and retro themes that throws back to Rovers shirts of the early ’90s.

The kit includes a collar and the shorts continue the theme present in the shirt with a blue bulk and a white trim, with the socks mainly blue with white detail.

The design of the away kit was voted on by Season Ticket holders and features a vibrant mix of both black and yellow, which creates a striking and energetic pattern that catches the eye.

This is paired with black shorts with a yellow trim, with the same colours present in the socks.

Stoke City revealed their new official Macron home and away kits for the 2020/21 campaign.

The stand out home shirt takes inspiration from the 1987-89 kit, with the inclusion of the ‘We’ll Be With You’ lyrics printed onto the inside neck area of the shirt.

Our new away shirt takes colours from past kits and puts a modern twist on them, with an optical zigzag design in yellow on the sleeves.

This season there will be a limited volume of adult short sleeved home and away shirts without the bet365 sponsor on the front. However, these will ONLY be available online. This is something that has gone down a hit with supporters.

Sheffield Wednesday launched their official 2020/21 replica strips, however it got plenty of mixed reaction online.

The home shirt has a camouflage pattern running through the classic blue and white stripes. The black single button collar is coupled with a black cuff, black shorts and socks with blue turnover.

The Owls’ away strip incorporates a grey pattern, with the shirt complemented by silver trims, cuffs and monochrome badge. The shorts are silver with a solid black pattern, black socks and silver turnover.

Luton Town have unveiled three new kits following on from the team’s incredible end to the season and the win over Blackburn on Wednesday evening.

The orange home kit, constructed of a premium woven waffle fabric. It features a discrete collar, elevating the standard v neck with the asymmetric theme running through in to the colour cuffs and short piping.

The new white kit features an impactful design reminiscent of our famous Luton Town Umbro kit from the early 91-92 season. Our designers wanted to bring an up-to-date twist on this memorable design, creating a dynamic asymmetric theme that runs through the entire collection.

The subtle dark navy kit incorporates the colours used in the home and white kits with asymmetric piping on shoulder and cuffs.

As they continue to celebrate their 135th year, the banded colour identity features on the back of the neck of each shirt. This design which has been used throughout this year’s anniversary year was developed by the Club, and references the colours of Luton Town kits since our formation in 1885.

National League champions Barrow reveal their new kits for the first season back in the English Football League.

The home shirt is predominantly blue and from Joma’s Supernova collection, while the away shirt is of a similar design to last season’s home kit, only with the colours black and yellow replacing blue and white.

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