Some Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to share their reaction to seeing next season’s home shirt in what appears to be a leak of the design.
Eagle-eyed supporters noticed an image of Spurs’ brand new home shirt had appeared on Nike’s website (and was later removed) before the design has even been officially announced by the Champions League finalists.
Nike themselves have leaked our 20/21 home kit on their website. This almost happens every year doesn't it? pic.twitter.com/3oLsdo1ryq
— The Spurs Web ⚪️ (@thespursweb) July 7, 2020
A navy zig zag stripe runs down both sides of the shirt whilst the navy collar features yellow trim but is predominantly white with a subtle all over pattern.
The upper arm area near the shoulders sport a navy panel feature while a navy Nike logo is located on the right breast whilst the famous cockerel is placed on the left breast.
The design has not been overly well received by Spurs supporters on Twitter, but fans will have to stomach Nike’s designs until 2033 following a 15-year deal which is worth £15million a year to Daniel Levy’s bottom line (The Sun).
Not great. Too busy. White, grey, blue, yellow and red? ??♂️
— Ghostspur (@ghostspur) July 7, 2020
It’s just horrible. Sticking with my ‘86 retro shirt
— Kate Snowden (@K8Snowden) July 7, 2020
Nike produce the 2 lovely Chelsea strips and then we get this fuckin ball bag of a kit. And have u seen the green one. Omg.
— Nick Aumonier (@NickAumonier) July 7, 2020
Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for us @SpursOfficial supporters ?
— Rob Collins (@robcollins71) July 7, 2020
Nike seems to produce horrid home kits every other year
— TotteKaiju (@El_Kaiju) July 7, 2020
No effort put in again by Nike terrible looking kit
— jason hunt (@jasonshrekhunt) July 7, 2020
Jfc that is the ugliest kit the world has ever seen. How has someone been paid to design that, and how has it got sign off!!?? ??
— ScottTooHotspur (@Scotty2Hotspur) July 7, 2020
Spurs will be furious, they have been trying to set a date with Nike for the kit launch and it’s been them causing the delay. I was talking to head of retail a month ago.
— Gary Parker (@gp6970) July 7, 2020
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