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West Brom’s new barcode third kit leaves fans divided

West Brom’s new barcode third kit, which was unveiled over the weekend, leaves fans divided overt on their social media pages.

Carrying on with a similar design pattern for their home and away kit, the away kit has gone for red and yellow, colours not usually used by the club.

The kit releases prior to Sunday’s has gone down a hit, with fans really taking a liking to them, however this latest launch was a bit different.

The club said via their website: “Albion can today unveil their third kit for the 2020/21 Premier League campaign – completing a 1992/93-inspired trilogy which is available to purchase here.  

“The red-and-yellow striped kit is the final strip to be revealed from the Club’s three barcode designs worn during the promotion-winning campaign of 27 years ago. 

“The home and away kits, which were released last month, have been selling at a record rate and the Club is delighted fans can now complete the set with a hat-trick of barcode strips ahead of the new Premier League season.

“The Merry Hill store will be opening again on Friday, August 28 (click here to find out more) so fans can buy online and select free click & collect for their order, and pick up from Merry Hill during their new opening hours of 10am – 4pm Monday to Saturday and 11am – 5pm on Sundays.

“Season-ticket holders can still claim a 10% discount off any purchase of 20/21 replica kit, including the new third strip. To do so online ensure you have added your email address and customer ID number to your shop account and the discount will be automatically applied at checkout.

“If you are shopping in store next weekend please ensure that you have your stilecard to present at the till to claim your discount. New season ticket holders for 20/21 who don’t have a stilecard will have to buy online to claim their 10% discount.”

As mentioned the away strip was also unveiled recently, and to the relief of many, yellow and green returns.

The green and yellow is back and takes inspiration from the 1992/93 Play-off Final barcode stripes shirts which saw Albion beat Port Vale 3-0 at Wembley.

The new shirts are priced from £55 in adult sizes but 2019/20 and 2020/21 season ticket holders can save 10%* on any new replica kit purchases.

The new home kit by Puma also features 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 new shirts are priced from £55 in adult sizes but 2019/20 and 2020/21 season ticket holders can save 10%* on any new replica kit purchases.

It was West Brom’s new yellow and red barcode third kit leaves fans divided on Twitter, find out what Twitter users said on it below…

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