Aston Villa’s new third kit for the 20/21 season has been revealed.

The third kit celebrates the club's home – Birmingham, its different districts and Aston Villa’s place in the Second City. The lower part of the club crest is positioned proudly on the shirt in the location of Villa Park, Aston - with the local district map represented via a repeated camouflage effect across the jersey.

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The Kappa design follows the club’s popular record-breaking home and away kits, adding a light option to the 20/21 collection with vibrant lime trim, including a seam continuing vertically under the arms of the jersey.

All shirts will carry a highly detailed silicone crest, across both Standard and Pro editions, with the club’s iconic lion proudly displayed at the top of the reverse and ‘Part of the Pride’ in the neckline.

The jersey boasts a smart lime and navy blue bi-colour v-neck collar design.

Principal partner Cazoo, the UK’s leading online car retailer, will proudly feature their branding across all shirts, including junior and infant kits, ensuring Villa’s younger fans will be able to wear the same as their heroes for the first time since 2016/17.

View the: Aston Villa 2020-21 Home Kit

View the: Aston Villa 2020-21 Away Kit

What do you think?

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Comments (7)

  1. j.futuristic

Don't know why Villa 'need' a third kit, but this one is a super sharp nonetheless

  1. DC1874    Alex Cropleys bad leg

Still won something though ;-)

  1. Rob    DC1874

Along long time ago, way before all your mouthy fans who constantly sing about winning them were even thought off let alone born .

  1. DC1874    Rob

I guess not all of us can say they watched their club win the European Cup live on ITV :-)

  1. Bob24

Not as good as their home and away kits.

  1. Mahmoud

This would have been a good Leeds kit

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