Tottenham Hotspur launch new Nike kit for 2017/18 season

Tottenham have revealed their new home and away kits for 2017/18, after confirming a new “multi-year” deal with Nike.

Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Toby Alderweireld modelled the club’s new home strip, which will be worn for the first time competitively at the International Champions Cup later this month.

The major change to the white strip with navy trim sees the Spurs crest – comprised of the famous cockerel motif atop a football – enclosed in a shield design.
“Spurs” is knitted into the back of the round neck, while the numbers “2017” and “2018” are knitted inside the left and right cuffs to reference the season that lies ahead at Wembley.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side will don the new strip when they take on Paris Saint-Germain in Orlando on July 22, while their new away kit will get a pre-season airing against Manchester City in Nashville on July 29.

Nike’s first away kit for Spurs is navy blue with white detailing, while goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will wear head-to-toe green.

Both strips utilise Aeroswift innovation, which Nike says wicks sweat, dries faster and results in the “lightest and fastest” football kits they have produced.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Nike, one of the world’s leading brands,” chairman Daniel Levy said after confirming the switch from Under Armour to Nike.

“Nike is committed to partnering with us both at home, at a time when our new stadium scheme is the catalyst for the regeneration of Tottenham, and globally, with our growing fan base mirrored by Nike’s worldwide reach.”

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