Burnley FC is revealed the new away kit, supplied by Umbro, for the upcoming 19/20 Premier League season.

The new away jersey, with a claret version of principal partner LoveBet's logo, features a centre front tonal chest graphic.

Worn with matching blue shorts and socks, the kit, which will be on display for the first time this coming Saturday as the Clarets take on Crewe Alexandra.

View the: Burnley 2019-20 Umbro Home Kit

View the: Burnley 2019-20 Umbro Third Kit

What do you think?

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Comments (10)

  1. Briggs

The levels clubs stoop to, to collect cash is disturbing. The PL is the most coveted and sought after in the world for commercial marketing competition. Poor FA & EPL management. Sponsors should be made to translate, not pay petty cash to get their ill thought out logo on a shirt. It’ll go the other way for clubs when fans stop purchasing club gear. Which is silly for too many clubs nowadays. The football fashion industry is a billion dollar market, and clubs lose out on a piece of that pie, due to sacrificing a quick buck for poor sponsor negotiation. Giving the fans what they want, and having them walk around in everyday life wearing club gear is literally the easiest and cheapest marketing you can do.

  1. The Two    Briggs

Briggs - Standing ovation
BigJokNew - scurrying back to the shadows and big facepalm Doh.
The One - running back to the flock of sheep

  1. Where's my Soap Box ?    Briggs

This site is meant to be for kit reviews . What the hell is all that about ? Get a life you sad moron . The kit by the way is pretty poor compared to most others by Umbro . Looks last minute rush job . No trim , bland !!!

  1. Paddy’s Power    Briggs

Regarding the translating into English of Chinese, I’d hazard a guess, and I’m going out on a limb here, that in English that bit of Chinese writing translates, roughly, as “Love Bet”

I could be wrong though!

  1. Russel1311

Aside from the fact that betting companies and loan companies should be banned from sponsoring football clubs, there should surely be some rule that the wording of a sponsor’s logo must be in English - there’s no way I’d walk around in a shirt like that. Which is a shame, because it’s actually a very nice one.

  1. Paddy’s Power    Russel1311

You can ask for the shirt without the sponsors logo on the front.

  1. BWFC till........

It is quite a nice shirt, but the sponsor? Sorry but in my opinion the sponsors logo absolutely ruins it.

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