Newcastle United Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season: New Leaked [PHOTO]

newcastle united home shirt Newcastle United Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season: New Leaked [PHOTO]

A new photo of Newcastle United’s home shirt for next season has been leaked on the Internet.

The major difference between the previously leaked photo of Newcastle United’s shirt and this new one is the inclusion of Newcastle’s new shirt sponsor for next season — a payday lender.

In this new photograph, it’s also easier to see the blue lines that run down the side of each black stripe, which is quite a departure for Newcastle United but complements the color of the shirt sponsor logo. The new photo also gives a good glimpse at the design on the inside back of the collar.

What’s your opinion about Newcastle’s new home shirt for next season? Let us know in the comments section below.

MOREView a leaked photo of Newcastle’s third shirt (fluorescent) for 2013-14 season.

H/T Voetbalshirtjes.


9 thoughts on “Newcastle United Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season: New Leaked [PHOTO]”

  1. Don’t buy – if they lose out on the cash for shirts they might realise that the fans being annoyed can have an affect on the business

  2. The shirt itself isn’t bad. Splash of blue reminds me of Newcastle’s 92? Asics shirt, wish it were on both sides though.

    Business is business but again, I wish clubs would use some more discretion on the type of sponsor they associate with their brand.

    1. Wonga’s no less a reprehensible company than Aon. Where’s the outrage for ManU sidling up with a soulless corporation out to swindle the general public?

      1. Far be it from me to defend a corporation but Aon is an insurance company. Not even in the same line of business as Wonga.

  3. The shirt itself looks ok. If you want to take the moral high ground then put a charity on the front for free. Otherwise Im afraid it is just a varied degree of the same thing, a bank, gambling site, insurance company, brewery are all doing it for the same reasons. To take your money, they are a business after all. It’s proven that Wonga is a viable business and Mike Ashley is the current king of retail so its all a big success. Only us fans suffer, it’s not about football anymore. Toon till I die and wearing my Milburn shirt next season, an era when it was about football!

    1. You got it in one, Pakapala, PAYDAY LOAN COMPANIES ARE A COMPLETE NO-NO!!

      And Team Toon, wake up, it’s not ‘a varied degree of the same thing’.

      Caveat emptor, boys and girls.

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