West Ham United have today unveiled their new home kit for next season which will commemorate the club’s 125th-year anniversary.
The kit, which is manufactured by Umbro, will be worn by all of the club’s teams in 2020/2020 including Matt Beard’s women’s side.
The home shirt is claret and blue as you would expect. The main body of the shirt is claret with a sky blue round collar with a thin claret piping around the neck. The sleeves are sky blue with a claret trim. The shirt contains a special one-off club logo which marks the 125-year anniversary.
The shorts are all white with a small claret rectangular shape on both outer legs while the socks are all white with a thin claret and blue hoop halfway down the design.
The kit is due for release on Wednesday 15 July and West Ham United supporters can pre-order now by clicking here.
West Ham United favourite Kate Longhurst modelled the kit for the club’s women’s side at the end of a season where she has picked up the Hammer of the Year and Players’ Player of the Year awards. The player famously netted The Hammers’ first top flight goal against London rivals Arsenal at Meadow Park in 2018 while she featured in all-but-one of West Ham United’s Barclays FA Women’s Super League games last season..
Some further images of the new West Ham United home kit can be viewed on their official club website.
— West Ham United Women (@westhamwomen) June 29, 2020