Sunderland 2022-23 Nike Away Kit

Sunderland AFC’s 22-23 away kit has been revealed ahead of the new Sky Bet Championship season.

Manufactured by Nike, the throwback colourway adopts the same palette used for the Club’s 2002-03 away strip.

The shirt, which is paired with blue shorts and white socks, proudly displays the logo of the Club’s new principal partner, Spreadex Sports.

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Back-of-shirt sponsor Vertu Motors and shorts sponsor Eleven Sports Media will also continue to feature on the first-team players’ match-worn kit during the upcoming campaign.

View the: Sunderland 2022-23 Home Kit

 

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Matt
 · 1 year ago
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Standard template shocking to charge £55
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Pomponian
 · 1 year ago
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Standard template from the Nike catalogue. An insult to professional football teams, especially ones as big as Sunderland and Pompey. Shocking
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Gak
 · 1 year ago
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Too cheap kit
Bring old badges back
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B
 · 1 year ago
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Design stuck in the late 2000’s
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Looks like Nike .. ie cheap . Shiny .. and non descript

I had the Sunderland away kit bitd light blue with the badge in middle le coq sportif early 80s was a gem of a kit was either that or Southampton’s Patrick away both kits are light years ahead of this one ..looks like a cheap Man City training top it looks cheap the shirt looks like it’s worth a quid the badge a tenner
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Matt
 · 1 year ago
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Looks past its expiry date already.
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Don
 · 1 year ago
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Another cheap nike template
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Big Alan 69
 · 1 year ago
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Cheap crap
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JK
 · 1 year ago
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Cheap and nasty, ooh the shirt ummmm
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Wessex
 · 1 year ago
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The same as Portsmouth's home shirt. Pompey obviously have a deeper blue though.
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