It’s hard not to be excited about a new uniform set, and the drama is always ratcheted up a notch when the set belongs to one of the most popular teams in sport. The Tottenham Hotspur in Great Britain is no different, and so, with some help from Mr. Mark Zuckerberg, Under Armour debuted the new Home sets with the help of the team.
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Today, Tottenham Hotspur unveiled their Home kits for the season, just ahead of their match against Hull City on Saturday, where the kits will make their on-field debut.
The design of the shirt is inspired by the club’s emblem, with six stripes making up the diagonal sash and the golden cockerel prominently displayed. The shirt also includes a navy blue trim around the collar and cuffs in keeping with the Club’s heritage. The collar is a classic v-neck, with navy stripes detailing the back neck tape. The kit features HeatGear material and weighs in at just 107 grams, representing an ideal combination of tradition and technology. To that end, the new kit was exclusively unveiled on the Official Tottenham Hotspur Facebook page – the first time the social media platform has ever worked with a British club to reveal their new shirt.
Training wear, away kit and third kit launches will follow over the summer leading up to the 2015/2016 season.