Tottenham Hotspur Home Shirt For 2014-15 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]

A photo of Tottenham’s home shirt for the 2014/15 season has been leaked on the Internet.

Designed by Under Armour, the Spurs home shirt for next season is a beautifully designed jersey with the famous white colors of Tottenham Hotspur combined with a unique navy collar and horizontal strip of navy blue across the top of the chest. The yellow trim accentuates the design, with yellow trim along the cuffs of the shirt and around the collar.

We don’t anticipate Tottenham officially unveiling their new shirt until several weeks from now, so this leaked image provides us with a brilliant tease of what is to come.

View: Tottenham Hotspur’s away shirt for the 2014/15 season: Leaked photo

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4 thoughts on “Tottenham Hotspur Home Shirt For 2014-15 Season: Leaked [PHOTOS]”

  1. Horrible. NO RED ON THE SHIRT. I understand the partnership and it was OK that they were on our Cup shirts this year, but I don’t think I can stand cheering for a team all season that has even a hint of Red on the shirt. Really hope AIA understand and allow a change to Blue or even Yellow.

  2. Well as we’ve read on the a story here about how shirts get designed, when you let artist type have a say, this is what you get.

    10 year old children could do better.

  3. How hideous! In every way, this is an abomination. Compared to the very classy “away” design, released a few weeks ago, this shirt is repulsive. From the massive RED logo (totally unwanted by any fan) to the “boxy” design feature, which will have the effect of making it look as though the players’ heads are popping out of a cornflakes packet, this is just crap. Lose the horizontal stripe, change the sponsors logo to navy and the shirt will be acceptable – still not as nice as the navy away shirt – but not bad. If the present design goes on the shelves, however, it will have Spurs fans clamouring for a new designer (such as “Le Coq Sportif”) to replace Under Armour as quickly as possible.

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