Tottenham Hotspur’s new Third kit for the 19/20 season has been revealed.

The 2019/20 third kit pays tribute to the Club’s heritage by bringing back the famous light blue shade synonymous with iconic players who helped carve the way for the Club’s future success.

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First seen in one of our first shirts all the way back in 1885 - a shirt replicated for our 125 anniversary match in 2007 - light blue has featured regularly as a third kit since the 1980s. It has been worn by the likes of Hoddle, Ardiles, Perryman, Roberts, Allen, Sheringham, Keane, Defoe, King, van der Vaart and Bale. We wore light blue in the first leg of our 1984 UEFA Cup Final triumph.

The new kit, which we will debut later this month when our European campaign begins, is light blue from head to toe and features numerous nods to ‘90s jersey culture.

The jersey features a ‘Spurs’ graphic running across it thanks to a matte/shine jacquard, while the club crest benefits from an elevated trim and the ‘90s vibe is topped off by a Nike ‘Futura’ logo.

View the: Tottenham Hotspur 2019-20 Nike Home Kit

View the: Tottenham Hotspur 2019-20 Nike Away Kit

The shirt is framed by a dark blue trim on the sleeves, and also on a classic ’90s button-down collar. The same dark blue details the shorts and crowns the otherwise light blue socks.

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Comments (4)

  1. R. Coates

What's happening here...??? Not a very appetizing kit. Nope, not enough to entice me to come out of retirement.

 
  1. fcb1893

I love that light blue/dark blue color scheme and the texture. Gorgeous!

 
  1. Red

Nike are awful

 
  1. AleixSubiraSoler

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