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Newcastle United Home, Away and Third Shirts for 2013-14 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

 Newcastle United Home, Away and Third Shirts for 2013 14 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

Photographs of Newcastle United’s home, away and third shirts for the 2013-14 season have been leaked on the Internet.

Designed by Puma, the new shirts will be sponsored by Wonga beginning with the 2013-14 season in August. The home shirt features the classic black and white stripes of Newcastle United. The shirt features a v-neck collar with gold Puma logos on the shirt sleeves and chest.

 Newcastle United Home, Away and Third Shirts for 2013 14 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

Newcastle United’s away shirt, meanwhile, is fluorescent with a rounded collar and black trim. It’s the type of shirt that people either love or hate, but it’s certainly memorable.

 Newcastle United Home, Away and Third Shirts for 2013 14 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

Last but not least is Newcastle United’s third shirt for the 2013-14 season is navy blue with a brighter blue trim, and a rounded collar.

What are your thoughts about Newcastle United’s new jerseys? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

H/T Maillotfoot.


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