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Everton and hummel release new 2021/22 third kit
Everton and hummel have released the club's new home third kit ahead of the 2021/22 season.Get more news about Wholesale Soccer jersey,you can vist futbolucl.com !
The white, navy and yellow offering is a reinterpretation of Everton’s pioneering away strip of the late 1950s, worn by Goodison greats like Dave Hickson, Bobby Collins and Brian Labone.
The shorts and socks of the outfield shirt are ‘Royal Navy’ blue, with yellow detailing, while the goalkeeper kit consists of a two-tone orange shirt, with orange shorts and orange socks and white detailing.
The patterns used on both the outfield and goalkeeper shirts also gives a nod to hummel’s iconic chevrons and draws inspiration from the bow of a ship.
The strip also continues the nautical theme of the ‘Dazzle’ camouflage on Everton’s new home kit that was revealed earlier this month.“I’ve always enjoyed taking part in kit shoots because it’s all about that fresh start, that new season and getting ready to give your all again, for the team and the fans,” Blues defender Ben Godfrey said on the strip.
While Tom Davies said: “I’m a big fan of this kit. I’ve said before, I’d love to design a kit one day and I enjoy seeing the new kits each year - it takes you back to the excitement of being a kid.
“All three kits this year look really good, so it will be great to see the fans back in Goodison, and at stadiums around the country, supporting us and wearing these colours.”Allan Vad Nielsen, hummel’s CEO, said: “We are thrilled to be able to launch this season’s third kit and complete the set ready for the season’s big kick off on 14 August.
“As with the home and away kits, we wanted to produce something that would definitely mean something to Evertonians and lean on a small part of the Club’s storied past and give it a new significance in the present day.We also wanted to create a range of kits that were uniquely ‘Everton’, and that included coming up with three goalkeeper kits that were completely bespoke and that could stand-out in their own right.”
And Danny Downs, UK General Manager for Fanatics, said: “Ever since our very first meeting with hummel, they have shown themselves to be innovative, creative and, most importantly, enthusiastic about producing kits that are unique to Everton and reflective of the club and its fans.