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Leicester City Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season [PHOTO]

 Leicester City Home Shirt for 2013 14 Season [PHOTO]

Leicester City’s new home shirt for the 2013-14 season in the Championship will feature their famous blue strip, but this time accented by gold, white and blue.

According to the club website, “Featuring the Foxes’ familiar ‘reflex blue’, the new shirt includes PUMA’s ‘King neckline’ with blue and gold twin taping, gold underarm panels and gold trim on the sleeves.

“The world famous PUMA ‘cat’ features on the right breast, while the Leicester City Football Club crest takes its familiar position on the left, also trimmed with gold, above the now familiar branding of the Club’s shirt sponsor and stadium naming rights partner King Power.”

H/T MaillotFoot.

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2 Responses to Leicester City Home Shirt for 2013-14 Season [PHOTO]

  1. Marc L says:

    That’s a nice kit right there – even if it is a template that Puma is using on pretty much everyone.

  2. it’s very good kit

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