Report: Tottenham third kit for the 2024/25 season has ‘leaked’, and it’s green

With just two games to go now this season, preparations are underway behind the scenes to get the Tottenham Hotspur squad looking as sharp as possible for next season. Now, a new leak has revealed a look at the potential third kit for Spurs next term.

While the Tottenham home kit is largely a foregone conclusion each year, with a largely white design customary, the style of the Spurs away kits and third kits can head in any direction.

Nike has served Tottenham well in that department. In fact, some of our favourite Spurs third kits have come in the years since the collaboration between the North Londoners and the kit manufacturer began in 2017 — yes, even the taupe kit this season.

There have been plenty of rumours regarding the new third kit for the 2024/25 campaign, but one thing has remained consistent: Spurs are set to wear a green strip next season.

A new and improved look at Tottenham’s third kit for next season

A new leaked design has emerged courtesy of Footy Headlines this weekend, and it offers a little more detail regarding the third kit for Spurs.

The unorthodox, rotated Nike Swoosh remains, but this new design has a different collar, seemingly taking a leaf out of the book of the latest England home shirt.

There is also some gold detailing on the cuff of the sleeves and the kit itself appears to be a darker green than initially thought. A closer look reveals some interesting white detailing on the main body of the shirt, too, with white texture and circular prints throughout.

The official colours listed in the leak are “mint green with dark green, white, and light golden accents.”

Spurs Web Opinion

I like this better than the previous leak, mainly because the darker green works a lot better than the very light, mint green we saw before. I’m not sure about the cut of the shirt in the image, but hopefully that’s just the way it’s laid out in the picture.

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