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New Everton Away Kit 2016/17 | Umbro & EFC unveil navy & salmon alternate shirt

This is the new Everton away kit 2016/17, Everton FC”s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new EFC away shirt was officially unveiled on 13 July, 2016, two months after the club released their new 2016/17 season home uniform

This kit is inspired by Everton’s one from the 1890/91 season, when they clinched their first ever league crown. The jersey is predominantly navy with a salmon layer on the inside, with the latter colour also appearing on the cuffs and the v-neck collar.

Inside the back of the neck are Goodison Park’s co-ordinates- a standard feature for Umbro’s teams this season.

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  1. Bowie
    July 13th, 2016 at 13:22 | #1

    Blue home and navy blue away!!

  2. Les Glum
    July 13th, 2016 at 14:13 | #2

    This makes perfect sense, when Everton play away against a team wearing blue, they will be able to change from their blue home kit to their blue away kit…… hang on, change from blue to blue, that’s the same colour isn’t it?

  3. Gary
    July 13th, 2016 at 14:14 | #3

    Really nice. I like that Everton often experiment with more unusual colours, as their results re usually quite tasteful and different.

  4. Asher H
    July 13th, 2016 at 16:11 | #4

    Aren’t most teams who wear a colour similar enough to the blue so the away kit needs wearing going to clash with that too? I do like it though

  5. Marc
    July 13th, 2016 at 19:31 | #5

    “Inspired by” the 1890/91 kit… that shirt was actually all pink, not navy and pink. (This was back in the days when the League required every team to wear a different colour.)

  6. Gevin
    July 14th, 2016 at 18:55 | #6

    @Asher H
    It’s such a dark shade of navy (particularly from a distance when it blends with the flecks of orange showing through) that it would probably be considered black, not blue, and would be allowed. It’s down to the discretion of the referee in the end.

  7. Derby
    July 14th, 2016 at 20:33 | #7

    Like the kit but blue? 3rd kit coming up.