Gallery: The five best Spurs away kits of the last ten years

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Dom Le Roy

Away kits can be hit or miss with most clubs.

It is often an opportunity for clubs to try something different, or something a bit out of the ordinary that perhaps goes against tradition.

Some fans like this, others prefer tradition. Regardless, there have been some memorable away kits over the years for various clubs. Tottenham is no different.

The club have produced some woeful away kits over the years, but also some top-class kits.

We list our top 5 Spurs away kits from the past 10 years.

5. 2010/11

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The 1885 kit was half light blue and half white. It was first recreated in the Club’s 125-year anniversary season in 2007/08. In 2010/11, Spurs used the same colour as their away strip.

Detailing was somewhat kept to a minimum, apart from a couple of navy blue and white lines.

The logos and numbers were all navy blue and established a strong partnership with the light blue background.

The sponsor really made the difference in this season. Following a six-season sponsorship with, the removal of red on the front of the shirt was certainly a welcome change.

Overall Rating: 7/10

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  1. Cant be serious, the second season AVB/sherwood season away kit is by far the best, even though I don’t remember if we won a single game with it. I work in the Middle East and that top was a so cool, I actually had one non football person ask to buy it from me and 3 or 4 ask where they could get one…Spurs website was the obvious answer. The Under Armour HP kit was nicer than any you’ve listed. Under Armour overall made really good kits after the first seasons which weren’t great.


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