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West Bromwich Albion have today unveiled their new Adidas away football kit for the 2013/14 season. Adidas have produced a red-and-black-striped shirt, which features the global brand’s famous ‘3 stripes’.

The quality of the new shirt is further enhanced by adidas producing the club crest, which features on the left-hand side of the chest, in full-colour embroidery.

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It will be worn with black shorts and socks featuring red trim. All shirts will also carry the logo of the club’s main sponsor, Zoopla.

The new away kit will go on sale for the first time on Wednesday, July 3 but supporters can pre-order now.

The club have enjoyed an extremely successful partnership with adidas so far, with last year’s kit sales surpassing all previous seasons, making last year's strips the most successful in Albion history.

Thanks to rhys

West Bromwich Albion 13/14 Adidas Away Football Shirt

West Bromwich Albion 13/14 Adidas Away Football Shirt

West Bromwich Albion 13/14 Adidas Away Football Shirt

West Bromwich Albion 13/14 Adidas Away Football Shirt

West Bromwich Albion 13/14 Adidas Away Football Shirt

West Bromwich Albion 13/14 Adidas Away Football Shirt

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Guest
#1 +43 Guest 2013-06-24 18:58
Nice kit, but the sponsor-logo looks like a plastic sticker.
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#2 -12 Guest 2013-06-24 19:00
Ist.I like it.Nice shiney retro feel.
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#3 +2 Guest 2013-06-24 19:01
:-| Don't know what to think of it, I don't know if I like it. Just my opinion
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#4 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 19:05
Love it...Looks aggresive
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JBstokie
#5 -3 JBstokie 2013-06-24 19:05
Adidas really don't give a sh*t about clubs that can't sell an absolute bumload of kits for them, do they? Fair enough really but the templates are so poor. Looks cheap as piss.
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#6 +10 Guest 2013-06-24 19:07
I like it
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#7 +24 Guest 2013-06-24 19:09
Like the fact that they've kept the badge the same colour rather than change it to match the kit like they do with a lot of away kits nowadays
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#8 +10 Guest 2013-06-24 19:09
It'll look great in action but up close, the sponsor makes it look like West Brom have just bought a load of Adidas teamwear and slapped Zoopla stickers on them, nice try though
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#9 +54 Guest 2013-06-24 19:17
Not a typical Baggies shirt but I can get used to it. One of the nicest kits using the Adidas 'wings' template I've seen (certainly better than Stoke City's attempt!)
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#10 -5 Guest 2013-06-24 19:28
Would be perfect without the horrible black stripes on the sleeves.
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#11 +1 Guest 2013-06-24 19:29
Well I'm guessing that's Hull City's template too.
Will look nice if they just swap the red for the right shade of amber. 8)
If we can stay within 10 points of you we might just stay up :P
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#12 +16 Guest 2013-06-24 19:33
Never understood why sponsors whose names DO NOT require a label or square/rectangle base... Then make an effort to break up hoops and or vertical stripes and ruin an otherwise classy jersey!!!

This sponsor could have eaily stood out on this shirt with the writing alone unaided by an ugly as [censored] looking piece of plastic covering the whole POINT of the strip... THE DESIGN!!!

Rant over ... Still a nice kit...
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#13 +2 Guest 2013-06-24 19:35
Adidas do it again..... :sigh:
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#14 -1 Guest 2013-06-24 19:42
Wigs work in these colours! Very Nice
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#15 +15 Guest 2013-06-24 19:50
Nice kit but surely West Brom fans would love to see it in yellow and green stripes
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#16 -7 Guest 2013-06-24 19:53
Those sleeves are piss poor :-x
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#17 +7 Guest 2013-06-24 19:57
if the Sith from Star Wars had a football team....
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#18 -3 Guest 2013-06-24 20:04
Normally adidas handles red and black striped kits exceptionally for AC Milan but something seems off about this one. Maybe its the template but looks cheap just doesn't seem to fit WBA. Just my opinion
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#19 +2 Guest 2013-06-24 20:04
Cool
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#20 +4 Guest 2013-06-24 20:08
for some reason the template look good.
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#21 +1 Guest 2013-06-24 20:27
Nice kit for the baggie boys . Maybe a 3rd kit 2 beens this will clash with few teams ?
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#22 +7 Guest 2013-06-24 20:27
West Brom have a succession of nice away shirts in the last few years, this is no exception
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#23 +7 Guest 2013-06-24 20:29
Love it, nice kit for the boing boing baggies.... shame Birmingham cant have any decent kits

8)
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#24 +7 Guest 2013-06-24 20:46
Nice, but it's not green and yellow!
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#25 +3 Guest 2013-06-24 20:52
Badge looks out of place.
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#26 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 20:52
Same as Boro blue and black away kit
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#27 +16 Guest 2013-06-24 20:55
1st? #fail
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#28 -5 Guest 2013-06-24 20:57
AC MILANOOOOOOO, no one mention it?
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#29 -1 Guest 2013-06-24 21:15
Is this the template AC Milan will get too?
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#30 +3 Guest 2013-06-24 21:26
very nice,unusual to see a vertical striped away kit :-)
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#31 -9 Guest 2013-06-24 21:26
Not allowed to have a striped back. Against league regs
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#32 -3 Guest 2013-06-24 21:28
Quoting UTV:
Never understood why sponsors whose names DO NOT require a label or square/rectangle base... Then make an effort to break up hoops and or vertical stripes and ruin an otherwise classy jersey!!!

This sponsor could have eaily stood out on this shirt with the writing alone unaided by an ugly as censored looking piece of plastic covering the whole POINT of the strip... THE DESIGN!!!

Rant over ... Still a nice kit...



Spot on. Why do they break up the design when the sponsor is a complete different colour!?
It just makes it look like Sunday league teamwear. With a 'put your sponsor here' space.
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#33 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 21:28
Quoting UTV:
Never understood why sponsors whose names DO NOT require a label or square/rectangle base... Then make an effort to break up hoops and or vertical stripes and ruin an otherwise classy jersey!!!

This sponsor could have eaily stood out on this shirt with the writing alone unaided by an ugly as censored looking piece of plastic covering the whole POINT of the strip... THE DESIGN!!!

Rant over ... Still a nice kit...



Spot on. Why do they break up the design when the sponsor is a complete different colour!?
It just makes it look like Sunday league teamwear. With a 'put your sponsor here' space.
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#34 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 21:59
Brilliantly average
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#35 +2 Guest 2013-06-24 22:13
Yacob with his chest out :-| decent kit, unique compared to other top flight teams, looks similar to some bundesliga strips
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#36 +4 Guest 2013-06-24 22:14
Pretty snazzy looking. One of the better Adidas templates.
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#37 +1 Guest 2013-06-24 22:18
Yacob looks like the Ice-Truck killer from Dexter.
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#38 +1 Guest 2013-06-24 22:51
When did West Brom sign Gael Garcia Bernal?
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#39 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 22:54
As a Saints fan, I can only dream of getting something like this (in Red & White) - even though it's a fairly basic template. Our Chairman is allegedly continuing his desire to rebrand us as a poor man's Liverpool (kit-wise) in all red (basically Bristol City's shirt). Depressing.
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#40 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 22:56
OMG I was not expecting much for our away but that kit looks great till you get to the arms what happened did the designer go for his tea break and a blind man finish it off.
Plus the Adidas logo needs to be on the other side of the chest not in the middle it looks unbalanced.
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#41 -2 Guest 2013-06-24 23:07
All the Adidas kits this year have the same ridiculous sleeves. Guess they thought they had to do something to 'be different', but were very very lazy about what that something...
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#42 +2 Guest 2013-06-25 00:01
Clean looking kit.
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#43 -1 Guest 2013-06-25 00:42
Quoting ECFC:
Ist.I like it.Nice shiney retro feel.

Yeah, For AC Milan...
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#44 +3 Guest 2013-06-25 00:57
is it just me or does the badge look out of place like they made the kit then thought oops we have to put the badge on somewhere it looks like its been put on at the last second it seems too low down or might just be me
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#45 +3 Guest 2013-06-25 03:22
Very cool. Great clean design with a super slim fit - this template hasnt looked good on any other kit - until this one - the wings work better with stripes than solid colours - I like it and give it 8) 8.5/10
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#46 +2 Guest 2013-06-25 03:48
It would be AC Milan
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#47 -4 Guest 2013-06-25 04:23
Not a bad kit at all, but for some reason I can't really describe it looks somewhat odd
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#48 -4 Guest 2013-06-25 06:56
ac milan!

:P
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#49 +1 Guest 2013-06-25 09:47
If only Bournemouth had Adidas then this strip would be perfect.
However the Cherries will have a decent kit next season and as someone else here said...surely yellow and green stripes should really be the Baggies away kit!
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#50 -3 Guest 2013-06-25 10:02
wouldnt wipe my arse with that shit. your dogs got tits
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#51 0 Guest 2013-06-25 10:05
Swap the red for amber (replace with our crap sponsor) and I now know what Hull City's home shirt will look like in a few weeks when released.
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#52 -1 Guest 2013-06-25 10:29
darth silvio
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#53 -1 Guest 2013-06-25 10:32
That's just the middlesbrough away shirt in red not blue!
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#54 +2 Guest 2013-06-25 15:51
noice
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#55 +1 Guest 2013-06-25 15:51
I quite like the inverted colours on the neck.
Agree with everyone that's mentioned the club crest - it looks like it's slipped!
And I disagree with the comments on the arms - they appeal to me!
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#56 -1 Guest 2013-06-25 16:13
why is the badge so low?
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#57 +3 Guest 2013-06-25 16:43
I like this. Looks pretty different to what we've seen from other teams wearing adidas. I'm not convinced about the look of the sponsor, but it's still a good shirt.
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#58 0 Guest 2013-06-25 16:50
Sponsor kills this shirt for me. Why not just put the purple zoopla on the shirt without that stupid red block behind it
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#59 -2 Guest 2013-06-25 17:02
Now that... looks like a sunday league teams kit, without the sponsor it would anyway :-x What even went wrong with that sponsor? ive been a big fan of WBA Past kits.. but this is a poor effort by Adidas
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#60 0 Guest 2013-06-25 17:26
Quoting tigershuffle:
Well I'm guessing that's Hull City's template too.
Will look nice if they just swap the red for the right shade of amber. 8)
If we can stay within 10 points of you we might just stay up :P

You're spot on. If this is the template for the Tigers home kit I'll be delighted. Always liked the two broad stripe amber and black Adidas version we played in during the early 80's - eg Les Mutrie. Come on you Tigers!
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#61 0 Guest 2013-06-25 17:27
:-x
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#62 +1 Guest 2013-06-25 18:40
Quoting Ronan Smith:
Nice kit but surely West Brom fans would love to see it in yellow and green stripes

We would but we haven't had them for a long, long time now because they aren't 'financially viable' according to the club. The fans want it but they won't buy them apparently!

I love the kit; red has been our away colour for a few years now and it's certainly a nice contrast with the home kit. For once, the 'wings' on this design don't look bad at all!
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#63 +1 Guest 2013-06-25 18:43
Quoting dylan henderson from tynecastle high school:
wouldnt wipe my arse with that shit. your dogs got tits

Shut up child.
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#64 +2 Guest 2013-06-25 18:49
That water-wing template suits a striped kit brilliantly. The inverted colours on the collar are great, but they could've positioned the badge a bit better.
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#65 -2 Guest 2013-06-25 20:30
It looks cheap.
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#66 +2 Guest 2013-06-25 20:54
best template so far for a premier lge team by adidas this season. could be construed as a man city away kit (bet theirs is red and black nxt year) but good nontheless . agree about the sponsors logo though.not inkeeping with the quality of the shirt.
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#67 +1 Guest 2013-06-26 00:24
A really good effort from adidas with this one, I particularly like the way they have incorporated the red/black amalgamation, it works really well. Good designed trikot!
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#68 -1 Guest 2013-06-26 02:29
Sleeves are awful.I prefer this red shirt: http://www.footballshirtculture.com/11/12-kits/west-brom-albion-2011-2012-third-football-shirt.html
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tron_beast
#69 -2 tron_beast 2013-06-26 07:25
"You're spot on. If this is the template for the Tigers home kit I'll be delighted."

According to our managing director Nick Thompson we're getting a bespoke kit for Hull City this year...I'll believe it when I see it.

This is the same tamplate as our new away shirt so i'd be surprised if they use it for the home shirt too.

The Baggies shirt looks ok. I think the sponsors logo looks horrific. Why they agreed to Zoopla keeping their purple branding on a red and black shirt is beyond me.
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#70 0 Guest 2013-06-26 21:50
I really like the kit, just not for West Brom.
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#71 0 Guest 2013-06-28 01:21
Would be nicer if the adidas was on the left but i dont care i wont be playing in that next season
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#72 -1 Guest 2013-06-28 18:27
Is this what you wear when it's not your local tesco? :D
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#73 0 Guest 2013-07-05 12:59
Quoting BaggieSteve:
I quite like the inverted colours on the neck.
Agree with everyone that's mentioned the club crest - it looks like it's slipped!
And I disagree with the comments on the arms - they appeal to me!

Quoting wolfie:
Is this what you wear when it's not your local tesco? :D

... What? ...

... Ohhh wait ...

... Nope, you're still an intellectually challenger moron. Enjoy League One Dingle.
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#74 0 Guest 2013-07-12 04:13
Kits nice, sponser is awful, put 1 on and the cheap plastic seems to stick to ya-bat wings ay too bad though- oh and wolfie, your opinions dont count for anything, at least we will be playing with premier league sleeve patches not league 1- thick inbred twat!
Might See ya on sky on a friday night at bescot, give me a wave wont ya
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