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Leaked: Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits

Who else is excited to get their hands on Tottenham's 2021/22 home, away and third kit? What do we know about Tottenham’s plans for next season’s kits? Follow us below as we provide you with all the information you need about Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits.

The English

Premier League

is without a doubt one of, if not the best leagues in the world, with millions of viewers turning their attention towards the teams competing in this giant of a league. One of the oldest clubs in England, which has been a part of the country’s top-flight, is Tottenham Hotspur, shortly known as Spurs to many.

While Spurs have not seen much success in winning as many trophies as their rivals and have failed to live up to the expectations of many, they are still considered to be a powerhouse in the Premier League, giving the top-four clubs a tough fight whenever the chance arises. Tottenham have their very own unbelievably loyal fans across the UK and the world, who have helped their brand become a global one over the years. Their iconic home kit, which consists of white shirts, blue shorts and blue socks, has played a defining role in making


who they are today.

Their home kit has been so iconic over the years that it has earned the club a special nickname, leading to Tottenham players being called “The Lilywhites”. Some of those who are interested in only knowing more about Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits might argue that there is no need to know more about the club’s history and how its iconic jersey came to be.

But we all know that in order to know and understand the new details that are confirmed and even rumored to have been implemented on

Tottenham's home, away and third kits for 2021/2022

, we should have a background knowledge of what the club’s jerseys used to look like back in the days and how they went on to use the iconic white shirts with navy blue shorts. So before going into detail and laying out all we currently know about the club’s possible kits for next season, let’s take a brief look at the kit history of The Lilywhites.

The English club have seen their home and away kits change quite a number of times over the years. The very first kit on record to have been used by Tottenham is believed to have included a navy blue shirt and white breeches, with the shirt featuring a letter “H” on a scarlet shield. This letter was placed on the left breast side of the shirt and obviously represented their name.

This kit was first used in 1883, but it only took them a year to alter their home kit style and change it to a “quartered” design in 1884, with the design showing similarities to

Blackburn Rovers

’ home kit, which was in fact the main source of inspiration for Tottenham’s home kit.

While they had initially switched to this particular design in 1884 after watching Blackburn Rovers win the

FA Cup

the same year, Tottenham once again switched back to their old style of navy blue shirts a couple of years later, this time including a design of white horizontal stripes instead of a plain field of navy blue on the shirt.

The new design only lasted a year as the club suddenly decided to take a major step towards overhauling their colors, which led to Tottenham wearing red shirts with blue shorts and socks. Those excited to see

Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits

might have a hard time picturing their favorite team donning a red shirt as their home colors, but that is exactly what happened in 1890, with the club continuing to don the color for six years.

Tottenham simply knew no stop as they saw yet another drastic change to their home colors in 1896, when the club introduced another striped design of chocolate and gold, with the shorts and socks staying the same navy blue. With Tottenham gaining more and more viewers and supporters over the years, they have switched homes on two occasions, first moving to White Hart Lane from Northumberland Park in 1899 and later moving to their new and improved Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in 2019. But while the club have had three different home grounds over the years, only the first ground saw the club change home colors on several occasions.

This means that Tottenham’s home colors has remained the same iconic colors of white shirts and blue socks after their move to the White Hart Lane. Of course minor details have been altered once in a while to give the kit a sense of freshness over the years, with the cockerel badge being added to the shirt after their 1921 FA Cup triumph. A fun fact about Tottenham is that they were the first club to don long-cut shorts instead of the now obsolete shorts which showed more skin from the thighs.

The 8-time FA Cup winners have been outfitted by several sponsors over the years, including Hummel, Adidas, Kappa, Puma, Under Armour and Nike, who have been the club’s outfitters since 2017, having signed a new massive contract with the Lilywhites until 2027. Now that we know more about the club’s kit history, let’s see what we know about

Tottenham's 2021/22 home, away and third kit

so far.

Tottenham's home, away and third kits for 2021/2022 

It seems that just like Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool, Tottenham are also planning on nodding towards the past and their traditions with their new designs. Surely many will be eager to get their hands on

Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits

. But which of the three have been unveiled so far?

Tottenham’s 2021-22 home kit

The only kit that has been unveiled so far from

Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits

collection, is obviously the home kit, which was revealed just a week ago, and fans are falling in love with it. The club’s current home kit features navy blue shoulders and navy blue lines on each side of the shirt, which have helped highlight the kit’s navy blue shorts and other blue accents on the socks.

This combination of two main colors and a red color for the “AIA” sponsor logo has worked wonders for the club, as it features most of the colors worn by Tottenham over the years. The shirt also features a unique pattern on the base of the body and one can easily spot a lime yellow line detailing the navy blue collar. But we already know what the current home kit looks like. What are the changes coming next season?

It seems that Nike have decided to go much simpler for the club’s next home kit, introducing a rather minimal design for the 2021-22 season. Gone are the navy blue shoulders and collars, which also featured lime accents. Gone are the white socks that completed the combination of this season’s home kit. Instead, the next version will be released with navy blue shorts and socks. Nike have also paid homage to the club’s first ever crest in celebration of the 100th anniversary of its introduction by putting the same crest inside the home kit’s collar.

There is also a rather subtle pattern made from distorted and realigned cockerel crests on the side panels instead of this year’s patterns on the front panel of the shirt. This simple yet elegant design uses the traditional navy blue color for the Nike logo and the club’s modern crest, while also using the same color for the Cinch logo which is featured on the left sleeve. However, they have once again used a bright red color to highlight their main sponsor’s logo on the main panel of the shirt, with the logo “AIA” standing out for its unique color.

Not only does the sponsor’s logo feature a unique color of its own at the front, it has also been highlighted even further thanks to the kit’s simpler design, focusing most of the attention towards the logo instead as there are not many other details to look at.

Of course while such a simplistic design has drawn praises from many, it has also received a ton of criticism over the past couple of days, as many supporters believe that the simplicity of the design is just too much and a bit lazy. Whose side are you on? Will this affect the other prospective reviews on

Tottenham’s 2021-22 Season Home, Away, and 3rd Kits


Tottenham’s 2021-22 away kit

We had previously discussed the latest of

Tottenham's away kit for 2021/22 leaks

prior to the kit being officially announced. Now we know that the speculations were in fact true as the Nike has opted to use quite a strange color palette this time around. The new away kit uses several colors in a shapeless design, which kind of resembles the sea or the vast universe, depending on how you look at it.

It is quite a unique one as the designers have decided to leave behind the old ways and look for avant-garde methods of delivering new styles. Perhaps such designs are easily prone to debates and discussions as they might only appeal to certain tastes rather than the general public.

Tottenham’s new away kit, which has been officially unveiled by the club, features all sorts of colors in a sea wave-like patternless and undecorated style. It makes use of several main colors such as blue and different shades of it, black, a tinge of purple, orange and several other shades of the main colors. The club and the sponsors’ logos fashion a rather lime-like color, which makes them stand out more than usual.

One rather interesting feature of the modern kits is that they are usually advertised as products constructed with 100 per cent recycled fabrics and Tottenham’s away kit for the 2021-22 season is no exception from this admirable trend.

The kits are claimed to have been made from 100 percent recycled polyester fabric, which is in turn made from recycled plastic bottles. The decision to make the kits using such recycled material stems from the fact that the whole of Europe is aiming to complete their Move to Zero initiative, in which the aim is to reach zero carbon and zero waste emission. For those interested in getting themselves a set of the new Tottenham jersey, the prices start from around €111.95.

Tottenham’s 2021-22 third kit

The London-based club finally unveiled their third kit for the new season and fans are not happy. Many are still on the fence with the new design but there are also many who are furious or are mocking Tottenham’s new kit as they believe it is an unnecessarily confusing mash-up of different ideas. Even though it is admirable to see Nike set foot onto new grounds and introduce new elements, the whole design simply fails to deliver on what it promises and leads to further confusion with its imageries.

Manufacturers have recently taken all the creative freedom they need to implement their modern ideas onto the third kits and it seems that Nike may have taken it too far with their creative freedom. The base of the new shirt features the colors purple and grayish white. While these two colors could have been implemented together to create something unique and wonderful, the poor implementation of the colors has struck the hardest blow so far. The two colors have formed a gradient shape as they blend into each other almost in the middle.

But the main problem is that the shirt is divided into two halves with a not-so-subtle vertical line right in the middle, which has given birth to a not-so-great design. Just like the black vertical stripes on the sides of the shirt, the collar and the cuffs come in black as well. But aside from the confusing color palette, which includes white logos and badges that blend inside the whole design, the patterns and imageries embossed onto the shirt are also one of the main confusing points about the third kit.

We can see what may look like a goal net and several other imageries that are claimed to be a nod to the Tottenham district. These images are torn into several parts and do not form any kind of a unified and sensible image in the end. The inside of the collar also features the Nike Swoosh that has the code “N17” written on its top, which is clearly a nod to Tottenham’s “N17” postcode.

The club’s new third kit is currently priced at £105.00 and is made from 100% polyester recycled from water bottles. But perhaps the prices should drop in the coming months as few would opt to purchase the third kit for obvious reasons.




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