Everton Home Jersey for 2010-11 Season Revealed: Photo

Everton’s new home jersey for the 2010-11 season will thankfully be a lot more traditional as opposed to the club’s new away kit which is a bright pink.

The news will come as a welcome relief for many Everton supporters. The traditional blue and white colors of Everton are featured in the new design which is manufactured by Le Coq Sportif. The home shirt is very plain and simple, not that there’s anything wrong with that. Sometimes simple is better as in the case with this new Everton home shirt.

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13 thoughts on “Everton Home Jersey for 2010-11 Season Revealed: Photo”

  1. looks very much like a training sweater to me. doubt its the home top as the only white is the sponsor ad the le coq badge, we would usually have more than that!

  2. sooooooooooo boring nearly as bad as umbro when are we gonna get nike or adidas to liven things up for us, even derby county kits are adidas.

    why not us?

  3. Its defiantly not a training top!!! Look closely its the same style as our away kit (which i like and have) i think it is a bit bland and could do with a bit more white or yellow . Still be buying it for my son but i like the away kit better

  4. i think it is a great kit and anyway it depends wat the shorts and socks are like aswell. it will look better when it is out in the everton megastores and when we get to wembly and win the FA cup.

  5. The new kit was described to me (by an insider!) before any leaked photos, even down to the shade of blue. This photo is exactly how it was described. This photo looks like a jumper as this is the long sleeved version. THIS IS THE NEW HOME KIT :) (As stated by Bryan1878….the design is exactly like the away kit)

  6. Looks fine to me providing the colour is a true Royal Blue.Too many shirts in the past have been a wishie washie blue colour not the traditional Everton Royal Blue.

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