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Cambridge United revealed the club's new home kit for the 2019/20 Sky Bet League Two season.

Manufactured by the U’s brand new Technical Partner hummel, the new shirt design includes the Danish Sportswear brand’s iconic chevrons whilst of course remaining with Cambridge United’s traditional amber and black colours.

This year’s kit also features a unique “United in Endeavour” lining within the collar of the shirt in reference to the Club’s motto, made possible thanks to our new partnership with hummel allowing the Club to receive truly bespoke kits.

The home kit has also been made using hummel's world-leading ZeroH20 technique, which enables the production of Cambridge United's kits to be sustainable - without the use of water in the dying process.

Did you know that normally it takes 25 litres of fresh clean water to dye just one single t-shirt. And every two years it takes the entire volume of the Mediterranean Sea to colour the world’s textiles. This is simply not sustainable.

That’s why hummel, in partnership with Cambridge United FC, have now taken an important step in the direction of a more sustainable textile production by introducing ZEROH2O. Instead of using 25 litres of fresh clean water to dye each shirt, there will now be zero water consumption and zero waste-water discharges – setting a new standard for eco-efficiency and reducing energy consumption by 50%.

The brand new ZEROH2O concept is being rolled out across all hummel-sponsored professional UK clubs in the 2019/2020 season, on both replica and playing kits.

Cambridge United are also delighted to confirm that both the Club’s home and away playing kits will carry club sponsors Mick George across the front and Hill across the back of the shirts, as well as SOS Leak Detection on the rear of the shorts.

View the: Cambridge United 2019-20 Hummel Away Kit

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Comments (4)

  1. Pizza Crust

Hummel make decent kits, I wish they had a few in the Premier League. Nice one.

  1. deagle

a small septic= a large asian.


Not bad. Thank God Puma has gone. Greg looks groovy in anything.

  1. TeeTeeTeessider

Simple design but looks very nice in these colours

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