Tottenham‘s new home and away kits for the 2017/18 season has been leaked online and it’s fair to say we’re big fans of the rumoured designs.
It’s all change at the north London club, with a new stadium in the works and American sportswear giants Nike set to take over the manufacturing of their replica strips from next season.
Under Armour have been at the helm of developing Spurs jerseys since 2011, but that deal only brought the club in around £10 million per season.
The new contract with Nike is thought to be worth significantly more at £25 million per year, and they appear to have come up with absolutely cracking home and away kits into the bargain too:
As you can see, the home kit features the traditional navy and white colour scheme, but includes a diagonal pinstripe too.
And the away top reverts back to the sky blue seen in previous shirts, with the club’s cockerel crest faded into the background.
Like we’ve said, we really like the look of these but what do you think of them?
Let us know in the comments section below…
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