When it comes to Tottenham kits, often there isn’t a whole lot that can be done without breaking tradition.
The classic traditional Spurs kit has always been a plain Lilywhite shirt accompanied by navy blue shorts.
Throughout the past decade, tradition has been thrown away in some instances, with the club revealing some horrible kits.
But this isn’t entirely the case. In fact, Spurs have had some amazing kits in recent years, some with more sentimental value than others.
With the likelihood of next season’s kit being launched within the next month, we reveal our top five best Spurs kits of the last ten years.
Who could forget Tottenham’s 2010/11 season? It was a season to remember for Spurs as they played Champions League football for the first time in the club’s history. It was the first time Spurs had played in Europe’s elite competition since 1961/62.
Because of this, the 2010/11 kit holds sentimental value to some supporters.
It was a wonderful kit and an obvious improvement from the 2009/10 kit.
Yellow was ditched altogether. Instead, blue lined the top half of the shirt with the bottom half being an uninterrupted Lilywhite.
The sponsor Autonomy was a refreshment from last season’s sponsor. It matched quite nicely with the rest of the shirt.
Overall Rating: 8/10
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