norwich city 10-11 xara home kit

Norwich City unveiled the new 2010/11 home football kit made by XARA.

First team players Grant Holt, Wes Hoolahan, Oli Johnson and Russell Martin were at Carrow Road today to model the new kit, joined for the launch by Club owner Delia Smith.

The key features of the new 2010-11 home kit are:

- Traditional Canary yellow and green colour
- Green side panels, under arm and hem detail
- Breathable performance fabric - helping to improve sport performance and comfort. Perspiration is wicked away from the skin, keeping you cool and dry
- Subtle double stripes woven into fabric
- Authenticity badge

Don't miss out on your chance to pre-order one of the first 4,000 home shirts, available from Saturday, March 27, the day of the big top of the table clash with Leeds United at Carrow Road.

The shirt price is the same as in previous seasons: Adult short-sleeve £40 and youth short-sleeved £30. There will also be the usual discounts available for season ticket holders and members.

The current home shirt was the first to feature a sponsor's logo on the back. Norwich City and main Club sponsor Aviva had a small amount of feedback that this made it difficult for names and numbers to be put on smaller junior shirts. This has been taken on board with the new home shirt and the size of the Aviva logo on junior shirts has been reduced.

The new kit will be worn by the first team against MK Dons at Carrow Road on Saturday, April 10.

Thanks to George.

norwich city 10-11 xara home kit

norwich city 10-11 xara home kit

Comments (1)

  1. fsc

Not bad that...i like it, very good design!<br />Also love it how Norwich are sticking by Xara for so long and not following the trend of other English clubs ditching the small named manufacturers for the overused, depressing templates of the likes of Nike and Adidas.<br />Excellent x

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