LUFC Away Kit 16 17

New Leeds United Away Kit 16-17 | Blue LUFC Shirt 2016-17 by Kappa

This is the new Leeds United kit 2016/17, LUFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Italian partners Kappa, the new kit was officially revealed on 11 June, 2016. The Whites finished 13th in the 2015/16 Championship season, picking up 59 points from 46 games.

Leeds also have a new shirt sponsor in the form of 32Red, with the online gambling firm inking a three year deal with the club beginning the 16/17 season. Other major clubs to have donned the 32Red logo in the recent past include Swansea and Aston Villa in the Premier League and Scottish giants Rangers

The all blue strip features yellow trim around the collar and sleeves. Clipper Logistics will appear as back of the jersey sponsors. Owing to league regulations, junior shirts will not carry the 32Red logo, with Greenpeace appearing instead.

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9 thoughts on “New Leeds United Away Kit 16-17 | Blue LUFC Shirt 2016-17 by Kappa

  1. Greg

    There are 7 teams in this year’s Championship with blue and white shirts: Blackburn, Brighton, Huddersfield, QPR, Reading, Wednesday, and Wigan.

    So a third kit (or retention of last season’s yellow kit) is inevitable.

  2. Albert

    Looks like a very clasic Leeds United away kit to me it fits the bill perfectly for a Leeds United away kit
    10 out of 10.

  3. Aaron

    To me it looks like a Warrington wolves rlfc kit i dont like kappa at all to much branding all over the shirt as well as it looks like a rugby shirt but it is one of the best leeds away kits in years.

  4. Albert

    I can see the Warrington wolves comparisons also I can see the companies with Leeds Rhinos home kits aswell.

    As far as all the branding go’s soon football kits will look similar to Rugby League & union just look at the back of the new Celtic home top or look
    at Ligue 1 in France & all the branding on the kits there the time will come when runs of branding on football kits is just the norm fuled buy club & player greed. team sport is just a cash cow now it is just the world we live in now.

  5. karl

    reminds me of the 2002 italy home kit, which i must say was one of the finest shirts ive seen in my lifetime

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