Newcastle United Away and Third Kits for 2010-11 Season: New Photo

Apr. 24, 2010 - United Kingdom - Football - Newcastle United v Ipswich Town Coca-Cola Football League Championship - St James Park - 24/4/10..Newcastle United squad celebrate with the trophy and champagne after winning the Coca-Cola Football League Championship.

New photographs of Newcastle United’s away and third kits for the 2010-11 season have been revealed.

The new Newcastle United kits are designed and manufactured by Puma. The away shirt, pictured below, is blue with white trim. While the shirt is well designed, I’m not a big fan of where the Puma logo is positioned on the shorts.

The same applies for Newcastle United’s new third kit which is the reverse colors of the away kit. The placement of the Puma logo is in the same place on the shorts, which detracts from the overall aesthetic of the kit, which is quite good.

The new kits from Puma are a big deal for Newcastle United and its fans. For as long as I can remember, Newcastle United has been wearing Adidas kits.

Pictures are after the jump.

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What are your thoughts about the new kits? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

8 thoughts on “Newcastle United Away and Third Kits for 2010-11 Season: New Photo”

  1. Neat, good colours and simple but catching design. Anything would have been better than last season’s but this is good regardless.

  2. The yellow kit last year did grow on me because it became a very lucky kit! I do like the blue away kit this time but what is the point of the white one? I can only see us wearing it in cup games and I doubt we will have many of them! It’s strange having puma as kit makers but adidas were sick of being associated with the bad press surrounding club!

  3. What’s the point in a white third strip? So which strip do we wear when we play Wigan?

    Crappy boring strips. Little thought gone into these.

  4. I have to say i like them but i cant see anyone buying the home kit.
    I looks like it came straight of a stall in turkey.

  5. There not that bad but can any1 shine some light on the badge it looks plastic instead of stitched i dont no any other team with plastic badges apart from on kids teddy’s

  6. yeh it does look like a transferable sticker badge anything to cut cost of making it so they should cut cost of buying it

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