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Tottenham Hotspur Home and Away Kits for 2013-14 Season: Official [VIDEOS]

Tottenham Kit Launch 600x363 Tottenham Hotspur Home and Away Kits for 2013 14 Season: Official [VIDEOS]

Tottenham Hotspur and Under Armour unveiled the new home and away kits earlier this week.

This year’s home kit features a white shirt with blue and white taping around the neck, blue shorts and blue socks, which pay tribute to the kits worn during the Club’s successful 1960s period. The Cadet Blue in the home kit is the deepest, darkest blue that Spurs have worn. From head-to-toe the away kits are in a new bright blue dubbed Capri.

We got our hands today on three new videos to shine more light on the Tottenham away and home shirts featuring interviews with Brad Friedel and Jermain Defoe.

Watch the 2013/14 kit launch event from Monday 8th July, with Michael Dawson, Jermain Defoe, Gareth Bale and Brad Friedel:

Tottenham Hotspur’s Brad Friedel attends the kit launch for the Club’s 2013/2014 kit:

Jermain Defoe says what he thinks about the 2013/14 kits.

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One Response to Tottenham Hotspur Home and Away Kits for 2013-14 Season: Official [VIDEOS]

  1. RJ says:

    Why wouldn’t the HP logo on the white shirt be the same blue as the club crest? They used that shade of blue for the logo on the other shirts. Could have looked really classy.

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