Tottenham new 2021/22 Nike home shirt ‘leaked’

As we are now entering the business end of the 2020/21 Premier League season, it’s that time of the year again when fans can get a glimpse of their team’s kits for the next campaign.

Despite Tottenham still having 11 games left to play in the league as they eye up a top-four finish, images of their home shirt for the 2021/22 season have already appeared online.

Signing a huge 15-year deal with Nike back in 2017 as they replaced Under Armour as the club’s kit supplier, next campaign’s shirts will actually be their fifth with the American sportswear giant.

Seeing a variety of different designs for the home shirt, including this year’s which features navy on the shoulders and some yellow trim around the neck, Nike’s latest effort is rather plain and simple and more like a classic Tottenham shirt.

As reported by Footy Headlines, the Lilywhites’ home shirt for next season will be white and navy with no yellow featuring as is the case this season.

It’s an extremely clean look compared to some of the previous home designs, with navy logos and the red AIA logo standing out on the plain white top.

Footy Headlines have released an image of Tottenham's Nike home shirt for the 2020/21 season

However, inside the V-neck collar is a nod to the past with the club’s first ever logo included for a classy touch.

Footy Headlines have also revealed that the new shirt comes with a floral pattern down the side panels.

The white shirt will then be worn with navy shorts and navy socks, with Nike once again producing white shorts for the club’s European games.

While fans will have to wait for the club to officially confirm their new home top ahead of next season, Footy Headlines, who are usually spot on with their kit information, have it as an ‘exclusive’ on their website confirming the previous information they published last month.

The website also reports that next season’s away kit is set to be black with ‘venom green’ elements, with the club’s third kit set to be ‘wild berry’ as they once again opt for a purple design.


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