Tottenham Hotspur’s 2022/23 home kit leaked featuring neon neckline
Tottenham’s divisive kits
Tottenham have made a habit of releasing kits that divide the fanbase, most notably for this season, where they opted for a purple and green number for their third kit.
Tottenham have released their third kit for the 21/22 season.
What do we think…
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With Nike now into their sixth season as kit producers of the club, they have evidently chosen to experiment away from the tried and tested options for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, in keeping with the general renewal of the club, having moved into a shiny new stadium just two years ago.
Trend set to continue
Courtesy of FootyHeadlines, reliable leakers of upcoming football kits, the following images appear to suggest that the new Tottenham kit may continue in that vein.
The latest home kit is largely as expected, with the traditional white and navy colour scheme that adorns this seasons home shirt.
However, there is an increased usage of neon yellow, which is seen on both the sleeves and the collar. In addition, there is the word “spurs” stitched into the collar in both navy and clear text, reflecting the general colour scheme of the shirt.
As expected, AIA remain the sponsor on the shirt, while the club crest remains untouched, creating a simplistic looking front to the shirt.
The back of the shirt is similarly in keeping with the minimalist front, with plain white being the only colour visible. Of course, the player name and number will dominate this, and the font colour and style is unknown as of yet.
However, overall the neon is the only major adornment to what is a relatively safe kit. The question is, will it be a hit with the lilywhite faithful when it gets officially released, or will it be passed over?