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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.

Let’s start with Everton and their new home shirt, which is predominantly blue with the soundbars of the clubs Z-Cars anthem placed diagonally on the shirt.

 
 
 
 
 
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A white trim appears on the cuffs whilst the Hummel chevrons feature on the top of the shoulders, the brand logo on the right breast and the new shirt sponsor Cazoo in white. The kit is completed with white shorts and socks with blue details.

 

The second new 2020/21 kit in this round-up comes from Cambridge United, and once again, it’s a belter, probably even better than last season’s.

The home shirt is amber with black stripes on the front and features thin diagonal pinstripes. The back half of the collar is coloured black whilst the bottom is white.

 
 
 
 
 
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Black is the colour used for the trim on the cuffs and the Hummel chevrons on the tops of the sleeves.

The Hummel logo, in white, is placed on the right breast whilst the Cambridge United badge is placed on the left. Black shorts and socks with amber trim complete the new strip.

 

Newly promoted Rotherham United unveiled the first of two Puma alternative kits.

It takes inspiration from their 1994 away kit, it is white with alternate ten and black vertical pinstripes running down the front.

 
 
 
 
 
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The top of the shoulders are black along with the Puma logo on the right breast and the ’embark’ shirt sponsor. The shorts are black and comes with white socks.

They have already unveiled their home strip for the 2020/21 season, which sees them return to the Championship.

 

“That’s stunning” is one response from a supporter after Bournemouth unveiled their new away kit for the remaining games of 2019/20 and the 2020/21 season.

It made it’s debut against Manchester United at Old Trafford recently, however the Cherries were defeated 5-2.

 
 
 
 
 
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The vivid graphic print on the shirt takes inspiration from the location of the football club and features one of the town’s most iconic landmarks, Bournemouth Pier.

Features of the shirt, created by Umbro, include a dropped hem, stacked embroidered diamond, tonal club crest and the ‘afcb’ sign off on the back of the neck. Dark turquoise shirts and socks complete the away kit.

 

Next up, it’s Oldham Athletic and their 125th Anniversary Hummel Kits, which has been popular with the club’s supporters.

The home shirt is predominantly blue with a gradient effect. Both the collar and cuffs have a white trim, the sleeves are dark shade of blue and have tangerine coloured Hummel chevrons on the top of the sleeves.

 
 
 
 
 
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A retro club crest is used on the front after 91% of supporters vote in favour of it, and the rest of the kit is completed with white shorts and blue socks.

An away was has also been unveiled and it takes inspiration from the very first kit worn by the club when they were known as Pine Villa back in 1895.

It had red and white stripes with a white pinstripe running through the centre of each red stripe.

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Solid red sleeves feature with black Hummel chevrons and black cuffs. Both the collar and Hummel logo on the right are also black.

Again it comes with a retro crest, and inside the neckline are some of the past Oldham logos from past seasons.

Moving on now with so many more of this week’s newly unveiled kits from English clubs for 2020/21 to be looked at…

The 2020-21 Peterborough United home shirt is predominantly blue with an tonal all over hexagonal pattern with flashes of white.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The sleeves are white with blue on the shoulders. Both the Puna logo on the right and the Mick George Group shirt sponsor is white. The Puma made kit is completed with white shorts and blue socks.

Another EFL club to unveil a new kit this week was Scunthorpe United, and it’s a rather unique one.

Their away shirt is black with ‘horizontal flashes’ of claret and blue and is accompanied with a claret stripe runing from the base of the collar to the centre of the chest whilst the side are also claret.

 
 
 
 
 
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Both the Macron logo on the right and the ‘Utilita’ shirt sponsor are white. On the back of the neck is white ‘The Iron’ lettering. The Pepperells Solicitors logo on the top of the back is also white. Black shorts and socks with claret markings completed the kit.

 

Chelsea have also unveiled their away shirt for the 2020-21 season, though has already made an appearance on the pitch during their 3-2 win over Crystal Palace

It is predominantly artic blue with an all over herringbone knit pattern made up of darkest shades of blue.

 
 
 
 
 
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The neck collar is dark blue as is the Nike logo on the right breast and the stripe that runs down both sides of the jersey.

On the left of the breast is a monochrome Chelsea crest with a micro herringbone pattern whilst new shirt sponsor Three is place din the centre. The sides of the torso has the wording ‘The Pride of London’. The kit also has artic blue shorts with dark blue socks.

 

Another team to have unveiled an Anniversary Kit is Southampton with their 135th year in existance.

It is inspired by the kits worn by the Saints way back in 1885, is mostly red with a white diagonal sash from the top right shoulder down to the bottom left.

 
 
 
 
 
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Both the collar and cuffs are black with white trim. The black Under Armour logo is placed on the right breast whilst the Southampton badge is situated on the left.

The away shirt is a similar style to the kome hot, except that it is white with a red sash running from the top of left shoulder down to the bottom right corner.

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The collar and cuffs are red with black details, and the rest of the kit sees white shorts and socks.

 

Now this next one has been described as one of the worst kits by many supporters, however each to their own, it’s Ipswich Town‘s away kit.
Working with Adidas the away strip is the most sustainable in the club’s history having been manufactured using the German brands Primeblue technology which recycles waste from the Worlds oceans and beaches.

 
 
 
 
 
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It is pale blue with an all over graphic pattern whilst the sleeves and thick collar remain pale blue.

Blue Adidas stripes are on the shoulders whilst the Adidas logo on the right breast and a blue Carers Trust logo in the centre of the shirt.

On the left breast is a monochrome Ipswich Town badge. Pale blue shorts and socks with blue Adidas details complete the kit.

Four more kits to go, so we carry on with this week’s newly unveiled kits from English clubs for 2020/21…

 

Walsall revealed their 2020-21 Errea Kits, and it feature some colours they have used for a good while.

The home kit is a throwback to the late 1970’s and early 1980’s and is red shirt with a green collar and cuffs both of which feature a thin white trim.  A subtle triangular pattern also appears on the sleeves.

 
 
 
 
 
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The away shirt is white with red and black patterns across the top half of the jersey, almost like it’s been run over with colours to do with the Black Country.

A subtle triangular gradient pattern appears on the top of the shoulders and disappears as it runs down the sleeves.

 
 
 
 
 
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White shorts with green socks that have red turnovers complete the home kit, and for the away kit, it’s red shorts with white socks.

Time to move onto Swindon Town now, who have unveiled a home shirt which is mostly red with a white stripe running across the shoulders, gradually getting thinner on the way.

The Puma logo and the Imagine Cruising shirt sponsor are coloured white. That is the colour for their shorts, and it’s red that has been picked for the socks.

 

And last but no means least, it’s Bradford City with yet another beauty of a home kit for the 2020/21 season.

It is made up of claret and amber stripes with a claret pinstripe either side of the thicker stripes.

The collar is amber whilst the sleeves are claret. Both the Avec logo on the right and the JCT600 shirt sponsor are white.

An amber stripe runs across the top of the sleeves with claret Avec Sport logos repeated on the stripe.

Two vertical claret stripes run down the sides of the jersey.

A black ribbon appears in the back of the neck to pay tribute to the supporters who sadly lost their lives in the Valley Parade Fire Disaster on the 11th of May 1985. Black shorts and socks with amber away kit.

Now we have seen this week’s newly unveiled kits from English clubs for 2020/21, which would you say is the best? Let us know!

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