Wed. May 29th, 2024

Tottenham’s kit for the new season is set to take fans back to a previous campaign -Credit:Alex Pantling/Getty Images

The new Tottenham kit looks set in stone to bring back memories of two recent seasons as well as those in the more distant past. Three months out from the first confirmed pre-season game on the tour of Asia, more leaks of their possible kits have emerged.

Spurs currently have no official pre-season matches until July 27, two weeks after the end of the European Championships, but it is likely that they will add more to the calendar in preparation for Ange Postecoglou’s second year in charge. A key part of the marketing campaign is showing off the new look.

While potential designs, mock-ups, and concept kits are an all-year-round occurrence, reliable images have now shown what is almost certain to be the home jersey for Tottenham next year. Although it sticks to the basic white chest, the sleeves are this time block navy.

It is similar to that of 2020/21 – a year most wish to forget – and also 2016/17. Perhaps it is most comparable with the 2005/06 home top which had the most navy sleeves, but this time round there is a striped rim with white hoops around the bicep.

The neck also includes a navy trim, though not a true collar, with the navy colour scheme continuing down the sides of the body. A largely minimalist design, it looks to be a smart piece of work by Nike, expanding on previously safe and basic choices.

The American sportswear giants signed an enormous 15-year agreement with the club in 2017. Kits were previously made by Under Armour for five seasons.

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Images of the latest but unreleased Nike kit have been posted by FootyHeadlines with a graphic designer (Spurs Global) also creating a picture of club captain Son Heung-min in the top. The colours are described as being ‘White/Binary Blue/Binary Blue.’

Initial leaks of the away top followed a similar scheme dominated this time by the navy. Included in these was a split in the design with the bottom three quarters largely plain navy but the top section – covering the Tottenham badge and Nike logo – with a horizontally slanted chequered pattern in dark purple.

However, fresh leaks now appear to show a much more drastic change. The flashy striped design is almost matching with the typical Argentina home shirts of light blue and white.

It is described as ‘Cobalt Bliss/Royal Tint/Binary Blue,’ with vertical stripes of varying thickness and style. Some of the stripes are blocky but fade further down the top whereas some include thin highlights, others with a grainy effect.

On the sleeve there is also a trim at the end with a navy strip, white strip, and then yellow strip to finish. It is unlike anything in modern times but follows a colourway matches by the current goalkeeper kit and 2022/23 third top. Light blue has been used previously on the 2019/20 away shirt as well as 2007/08, 2010/11, and 2013/14 versions too.

Images from last week emerged via concepts that are still significantly different to the latest features. On the earlier versions the badge also moved to the centre of the kit too.

There is a bit more uncertainty around the third kit. Sometimes this feature is revealed later on in the summer or even after the season has started.

Spanish YouTuber Gol De Sergio has claimed that the third shirt will be predominantly ‘Enamel Green/Bicoastal/White.’ It is also said that the Nike tick will be rotated into a standing-up position with the swoosh facing upwards and the start of the logo pointing left.

The biggest change, though, is said to be that Tottenham will move back to their historic badge including the shield crest and, “Audere est facere (to dare is to do)” moto. The current design of the kit is largely unknown but some reports say tat a faded pattern could see a lighter mint green colour on the left before growing lighter across the kit to the right.

Concept images have included a dark green stripe around the collar. There could also be a dark green line down the sides of the body. For this one, it appears that fans will have to wait.

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