west brom albion 10-11 umbro home kit

Albion today revealed their new UMBRO away and home kit for the 2010/11 Barclays Premier League season - and you can pre-order yours now.

The shirt sport the logo of new principal club sponsor HomeServe, highlighting the home emergency repair expert's new phone number: 0800 247 999

Made from woven fabric, the new blue-and-white striped home shirt features 'zig zag' detailing and a classic-style collar to give a modern touch to the Baggies' traditional design.

west brom albion 10-11 umbro home kit

The shirt will be worn with white shorts and socks and donned for the first time by the players against VVV Venlo in Holland on Saturday.

The club have also released their home (green) and away (blue) 2010/11 goalkeeper kits, which can also be pre-ordered now.

The home kit and both goalkeeper kits will go on sale on Friday, July 23 when pre-orders can also be collected in store.

Jon Florsheim, Chief Executive of HomeServe Membership, commented: "It is very exciting to see our home emergency number, 0800 247 999, proudly displayed on the great new West Bromwich Albion kit.

"In choosing a sponsorship partner we felt it was important to acknowledge our West Midlands roots and so we were very pleased to be able to strike a deal with West Bromwich Albion and support the team over the next season.

"As well as supporting the team, we will of course do our best to support the fans too, ensuring they never miss a game as a result of a home emergency!"

Thanks to Lee

west brom albion 10-11 umbro home kit

west brom albion 10-11 umbro home kit

west brom albion 10-11 umbro home kit

 

 

 

 

Comments

Guest
+5

Guest

That's got to be pushing the limits of the size of sponsorship logo allowed on Premiership shirts. It's getting on for French-style sponsorship. It might be a nice kit but all I can see is sponsor sponsor sponsor.
Guest
+11

Guest

Quoting smithjswanchat:
if ever a sponsor logo ruined a shirt...



absolutely. its a nice shirt too but its far too in your face. jvc and fly emirates look nice on arsenal shirts because they are simple and subtle. the one above is not
Guest
+6

Guest

Lovely kit, made to look totally ridiculous by that appalling drawing of a house in the middle. Surely West Brom must have had some say in the design of its corporate wear? You can't imagine an Arsenal or Man United having no say (e.g. AIG's corporate colours are blue and white, but that didn't make it onto United's red shirts). Also, wasn't there some sort of rule preventing numbers on the front of shirts not so long back?
Guest
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Guest

Quoting Boro Boy:
Not surprised they sponsored by 999 they'll need it to stay in the prem :D


Boro Boy- I'm guessing thats Middlesbrough yes?

What League are you in? Our Prem record is better than yours! so STFU!
Guest
-3

Guest

Your Premier League record is nowhere near as good as Boro's. Boro have had 10+ seasons in the Prem and even finished 7th one year. You've had what, 4 or 5 years in the Prem and what's your highest finish? About 17th?
Guest
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Guest

Quoting Jim:
Your Premier League record is nowhere near as good as Boro's. Boro have had 10+ seasons in the Prem and even finished 7th one year. You've had what, 4 or 5 years in the Prem and what's your highest finish? About 17th?


We've been in the Premier League 7 times last 8years. You have also been in the Premier League 7 times in the last 8 years. But we have played way better than you in our games.
Guest

Guest

Quoting Boro Boy:
Not surprised they sponsored by 999 they'll need it to stay in the prem :D


Yeh cos you did so well in the championship last year
didn't you, we've done the double over you 2 seasons in a row now so... You can't really say anything about us : :D
angstformike
+30

angstformike

For the life of I can't figure why they went with that sponsor style. The name of the company is crammed down for the sake of a phone number and some clipart. It completely dominates and ruins an otherwise classy and professional design.

This is my modest consolation to WBA fans to what could've been.

Guest
+2

Guest

Copyright issues, WBA needed to modernise the crest to take out copyright it, similar to Arsenal using their new crest in 2002

On the shirt, nice template there from umbro (Same as one used by Atletico Paranaense) , and it looks good here, but like everyone else has stated, stupid sponsor logo.
ArgyleEd
+1

ArgyleEd

As a Plymouth Argyle fan I thought we had it bad with the Ginsters logo stuck on the front of our shirts but this is so much worse, it's the worst sponsor logo I can think of. As for the shirt itself, not bad but I don't like the detailing on the stripes though, I wish they'd leave stripes alone. In my opinion on a striped shirt nothing looks better than plain, simple stripes, any fiddling around with them just makes it worse.
Guest

Guest

wait till the argyle kits come out tomorrow... they put a bunch of teaser pics on the website. Apparently the home kits are going to be green with patches of black and white stripes and the Ginsters logo is still in a huge red circle :-x
Guest

Guest

I agree that stripes should have a clean, sharp edge. Stoke's a mess this year with the fuzzy edges as well. It's already been said many times above but this is absolutely the ugliest, most blatant sponsor logo ever. Who would buy this shirt?
Guest
+2

Guest

WHAT HAPPENED HERE? HOW CAN THEY DO THAT TO A POOR DEFENCELESS SHIRT?

Nice kit like Sunderland but come on, what is that sponsor doing? I'm not trying to be nasty but, what were they thinking, or were they not thinking at all?
Guest
+1

Guest

Wow would West Brom approve of that stupid sponsor logo? I mean it has a freakin phone number on it. It's like a little league team's kit. This kit is a disgrace to the English Premiership. Just another reason why I didn't want West Brom to get promotion. Pathetic.
Guest

Guest

Hi, as an akbion fan I have to be honest this isa really good shirt but the sponsor is rubbish. I design shirts for bordom and i proguces the HomeServe logo and then simpily added the number on the bottom! HOW SIMPLE!?
Guest
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Guest

Oh sweet jesus, :-x :-x :-x

Well thats albion done out of 50 quid from me, that is one of the worst logos of all, its........its so................... blinding! 247999 my arse!

Terrible thing to do Albion. terrible. id rather have Tesco splashed across our shirts!

ANd for gods sake bring back the yellow and green away kits!
Guest

Guest

shirt is not bad, I'd pay extra to get it with the sponsor removed, maybe a fb group in that idea. However, it could have been sooo much worse like that turd coloured gold with skidmarks and doritos(?) sponsor that wednesfield or whoever they were used to have ;)
Guest

Guest

Quoting wba:
whoever designed that sponsor logo should be shot. ruined a perfectly decent shirt.

stupid thick boinger its that badge with a sparrow on it that,s ruinded the shirt, not the big red house HAHAHA!!! COME ON YOU WOLVES.
Guest

Guest

This is what happens when money comes into sport... It looks like one of those 10 cent child stickers have been stuck upon the shirt while it was being manufactured and they left it on there...otherwise from the sponsor the rest of the shirt is brilliant...especially the stitching...would have been a great shirt...
Guest

Guest

I agree, this is one of the best ever shirt designs (great work Umbro, great work Albion) that is totally ruined by one of the worst ever sponsor logos (shame on you Homeserve, shame on you Albion for accepting it). This shirt would have been one of the best sellers ever had it not been for that silly giant red house that so overshadows everything else that there is little point of having the WBA crest or even any design other than the red house. It makes it appear that WBA not only changed their crest, but that they changed to a huge red house.

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