Newcastle have announced their away strips and third strips for this coming season and of course they have been leaked before now.
Matt Ritchie, Dwight Gayle and Jermain Lascelles show off the strips
Jamaal Lascelles in the away strip
Matt Ritchie in the third strip
Here’s what Newcastle put out today on the strips and they will be available on Monday 1st August – two weeks come Monday.
Newcastle United are proud to reveal the Club’s 2016/17 PUMA away and third kits.
Both kits will be worn on the road as the Magpies embark on a promotion push in the Sky Bet Championship.
This season’s away kit features a block navy shirt with a bold flame-orange band across the chest.
The sleeves are constructed to enhance freedom of movement and include an impactful flameorange PUMA formstripe detail to enhance the graphic look of the shirt.
The third kit, meanwhile, features contrasting white and purple colours and will be debuted at Saturday’s opening pre-season clash with Bohemian FC, in Dublin.
Both kits are complemented by colour coordinating shorts with a striking PUMA formstripe and – just like the home kit – are complete with traditionally inspired hooped socks in corresponding colours.
This is what Jamaal Lascelles has said:
“As a team we are famed for our black and white stripes but it’s nice to have some bright and bold away and third kits for when we’re away from home,”
“The lads all love them. We’re only a few weeks out now and are already looking forward to pulling on the new shirts and getting this season’s promotion campaign underway.”
Paul Spencer, general manager PUMA UKIB, added:
“Newcastle United are a team with such great history and passionate fans and they deserve kits which complement their bold play out on the field and up on the terraces, and we think these new shirts do just that.”
The new official 2016/17 Newcastle United away and third kits will be available from PUMA stores, the Newcastle United club store, online from puma.com and Sports Direct from Monday, 1st August, 2016.
We like the third strip but not too sure about the away strip – although it is different.
What do you think?