Tottenham’s new third kit for the 2019/20 season will draw inspiration from their recently opened stadium, according to leaked images.
The shirt will have an all-over graphic print (shown on the glove below, which will be part of the released collection) that will mirror the design of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which has panels circling much of the exterior.
Set to be unveiled in September 2019, the shirt will reportedly be bright blue with a navy trim and, like all of Nike’s new third kit releases, it will boast the retro logo the American sportswear giants used in the early 1990s.
Spurs have traditionally worn light blue as an alternative colour, but they last used it back during 2015/16 as in recent years they’ve deviated away from it. Recent colour schemes include mustard (2016/17), purple camouflage (2017/18), as well as what is defined as Neptune Green (2018/19).
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This third kit will not be the first time Spurs have used a familiar landmark or surrounding area for a design.
This season, their third uniform bears a graphic pattern which, on closer inspection, is actually an aerial depiction of the club’s locality in Haringey.
Further leaks suggest Tottenham’s new third kit will feature a retro aesthetic, with Footy Headlines claiming Nike’s third kit template for next season is rather old fashioned.
This means a number of clubs will be wearing retro style shirts throughout 2019/20.