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New Leyton Orient Kits 16/17 | LOFC announce Energybet as new shirt sponsors

These are the new Leyton Orient kits 2016/17, LOFC’s new home and alternate shirts for the upcoming League Two season. Orient have a new sponsor in the form of Energybet who have inked a two year deal to appear on the front of the home, away and third uniforms and the new jerseys were officially revealed on June 29, 2016.

Orient’s last gaming shirt sponsor was 666Bet and they had Rainham Steel sponsoring their tops in the recently concluded 15/16 season, when they finished 8th with 69 points, six behind AFC Wimbledon, who won promotion to League One.

The shirts have been made by Nike (Just Sport) and appear to use standard Nike template designs.

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  1. Sean
    June 29th, 2016 at 17:51 | #1

    Better Energybet than D e v i l bet I suppose 😀

  2. Mr Leyton
    June 29th, 2016 at 19:15 | #2

    Not even the latest Nike template used by all Euro teams.

    Why dont Orient go back to the chequered shirts they used to use.

    The chequered template that QPR used last season by Nike would work better than this, but in red and white.

  3. Kari
    June 29th, 2016 at 19:55 | #3

    Man that template looks weird in red.

  4. Derby
    June 29th, 2016 at 20:50 | #4

    Very poor by Nike. Designer needs sacking.

  5. Les Glum
    June 30th, 2016 at 08:30 | #5

    The whole thing is a shambles. All of that red fading to black business is “SO LAST YEAR” . I genuinely feel sorry for Orient fans, imagine waiting with excitement and anticipation for so long only to find your team wearing last years design.

    also, what’s going on with the guy in the away kit, he looks as if he got dressed in the dark! How could the official photographer let him stand there with his shirt half tucked in and twisted? You wouldn’t notice if he was in the red but in the blue with a vertical stripe, his sloppiness stands out like a sore thumb.

    Hilarious !!

  6. Mr John
    June 30th, 2016 at 15:37 | #6

    Yeah very shoddy effort, if the fade trim was at least white, it would at least be like the awesome fade kit of 3 seasons ago.
    This is poor.