Norwich City are delighted to reveal our Joma home kit for the 2021-22 Premier League season.

This season’s home kit design features a nod to famous ‘Canaries’ nickname with a green sleeve pattern inspired by the wings of the canary on the club crest.

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Other detailing, across the predominantly yellow body, include a green panel across the top of the shoulders and a vertical strip under each arm down to the hip.

Woven into the collar of the shirt are the club’s six values – growth, integrity, belonging, resilience, pride and commitment.

The new shirt,made from 100% recycled polyester, feature principal partner logos of Lotus and JD on the front and sleeve respectively.

View the: Norwich City 2021-22 Away Kit

View the: Norwich City 2021-22 Third Kit

 


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RICHARD
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Decent
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Ry
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reminds me of the 2005 shirt. Absolutely brilliant
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Comments (5)

  1. GroundHopper92

Very classy. Lotus sponsored Norwich City several years back. Like the look very much.

 
  1. Pukki Party

Norwich fans seem to be loving this but I think it's hideous. Too many parts going on; just remove one (preferably the sleeves) and it would improve. Lovely to see the Lotus logo and not some Asian online betting company.

 
  1. Paul

This is actually pretty creative. Both logos would be less intrusive if smaller, and/or maybe in green, but let's face it the sponsors aren't gonna let that happen are they.

 
  1. Nf

Some of the shit they make up, " inspired by the wings of the Canary"

 
  1. John Smith

At last a nice looking home top. Been waiting for a decent manufacturer since Asics some 30 years ago and Joma usually produce quality gear.

Cost of the training/travel wear is too steep though. Mens T-shirt is only a couple of pounds cheaper than the home shirt! That surely can't be justified.

Looking forward to the away and 3rd tops.

 
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