‘Awful, I’ll stick with this season’s’: Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Hugo Lloris model Tottenham’s new Nike kits including an all-green number… but fans aren’t happy!
- Tottenham unveiled their new kits for next season on Thursday morning
- Harry Kane and Co helped model the home, away and goalkeeper strips
- Spurs went outside the box with their away kit, deciding to go for a green one
- Some fans however were not impressed and took to Twitter to vent about the kits
Tottenham have unveiled their new home, away and goalkeeper kits for next season – but they received mixed bag reviews from fans.
Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Lucas Moura, Ryan Sessegnon and Hugo Lloris all posed for pictures in the strips as the club revealed what they’ll be wearing for the 2020-2021 campaign.
Designed by Nike – who struck a £15-million-a-year deal to produce Spurs’ kits until 2033 – the home design has the traditional white base with light grey knit patterns woven into the fabric.
Harry Kane (left) and Dele Alli (right) modelled Tottenham’s new home kit for next season
Home design has the traditional white base with light grey knit patterns woven into the fabric
The shirt also features the club’s traditional blue shade on top while the neck is v-design, coming in blue with a yellow trim.
The club have however made a significant change to their away strip by deciding in a bold move that Spurs will wear dark green kits on the road next season.
Tottenham stars have been kitted out in green previously – most recently wearing it as their third kit last season when they reached the Champions League final after a stunning comeback in Ajax.
Tottenham No 1 Lloris, meanwhile, will don a patterned orange jersey next season.
In a move away from the norm, Tottenham revealed they’ll wear green on the road next season
Some fans have however expressed their disappointment at the kits launched on Thursday
Huge Lloris will wear an eccentric patterned orange kit in goal for Tottenham next season
Thursday’s launch of of their official Nike kits came with the slogan Raise Your Dare – a reference to the club’s motto of ‘To Dare Is To Do’.
The kits are available to purchase on the club’s website with an elite adult jersey setting fans back £100 while a replica is priced at £70.
Some fans have however baulked at the cost after expressing their disappointment with the new kits.
One fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Year after year we are let down with these kits and this is the worst yet.’
Another added: ‘Awful, I’ll stick with this season’s.’
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