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Tottenham Hotspur Home Jersey for 2010-11 Season: New Photo

tottenham hotspur shirt Tottenham Hotspur Home Jersey for 2010 11 Season: New Photo

A new photo of Tottenham’s new jersey for the 2010-11 season has been leaked on the Internet.

Designed and manufactured by Puma, the new Tottenham home shirt features a retro design with navy trim. Exquisitely designed, the new Spurs shirt has thankfully dropped the yellow from last season. The shirt is similar to Puma’s template for the Rennes away jersey.

Overall, I love the design of the new Tottenham home jersey. It’s classy, retro and – to be frank – perfect. We’ll have to wait to see how the sponsor’s name looks on the shirt and whether it complements the design. But this is definitely a massive step forward for Tottenham Hotspur especially with their entry into the qualification stages of the UEFA Champions League tournament.

Share your feedback about the new Spurs football shirt design in the comments section below.

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16 Responses to Tottenham Hotspur Home Jersey for 2010-11 Season: New Photo

  1. Bishopville Red says:

    Too England 1982.

  2. Lord David of Peacockshire says:

    Bishopville Red, you aren’t familiar with the Tottenham kit four years prior to the England 82 kit are you…. cretin.

    • Bishopville Red says:

      Lord David of Peckerville,

      Are you referring to the all white admiral shirt with blue sleeve stripe, or the all white Le Coq Sportif effort?

      Or, are you referring to the Hummel “chest chevrons” effort that came out about 4 years AFTER the ’82 England kit?

  3. KEvin_Amold says:


  4. Matt T. says:

    Spectacular. I might have to get one of those.

  5. proshanks says:

    classy like are team

  6. Tim says:

    Excellent!!! The best kit in years! It’s Spurs all over. I haven’t bought a Spurs kit for a while, but I’ll definitely be buying this one. Don’t think there will be any petitions against this one. Just hope the new sponsor doesn’t spoil it too much.

  7. HM says:

    anyone think it looks worse than the original photo posted like a month ago?

  8. maw4bc says:

    great looking kit, oozes class

  9. Fatbloke says:

    Love it

  10. Blah says:

    Shit looks dope yo!

  11. Clive says:

    This was leaked weeks ago, how about some up to date news!

    • The Gaffer says:

      This photo is brand-new and was released only in the past 24-48 hours. The original leaked images, which were also posted on EPL Talk, were posted a couple of months ago.

      The Gaffer

  12. Bristol Yid says:

    Gets a thumbs from me, at least it has not got that horrible yellow bit on it. I will be definitley buying this one! Agree with the shirt sponsor, is there anymore news on who it will be? Zurich would be a good sponsor as they are blue and white but I am sure the stadium rights should be sold to them though.

  13. Igor biscan says:

    This kit looks like a jjb training tennis tshirt shite but hadn’t said that if the car salesman harry leaves us for England we ll struggle to make the group stages regardless

  14. Luke says:

    Bit plain, wouldnt really go out of my way to buy one.

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