Blue West Ham Shirt 2018 19 Teal

New West Ham Jerseys 2018-2019 | Umbro unveil dark teal away kit for WHUFC

These are the new West Ham kits 18/19, West Ham United’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new WHUFC shirts were officially unveiled on 25 May, 2018, just days after the London club had confirmed Manuel Pellegrini as their new manager.

The Hammers had a difficult 2017/18 season and Slaven Bilic had to make way midway through the season for David Moyes. The latter accomplished his mission of keeping them up, with Marko Arnautovic a key figure under him as the club finished 13th.

The new home strip sticks to the club’s traditional claret and blue colours, with Umbro opting to give the club a “dark teal” change kit. The “Irons” wording can be seen on the back of both shirts. Two goalkeeper jerseys were also revealed, with Adrian set to wear a green top on the Hammers’ travels in the upcoming league season.

Betway are sponsors of both WHUFC 2018/19 kits, as can be seen in the pics below.

New WHUFC Kit 2018-19

New West Ham Shirt 2018-2019

New West Ham Jersey 2018-2019

Back of West Ham Jersey 18-19

Billy Bonds Shirt West Ham

Blue West Ham Shirt 2018 19 Teal

Back of West Ham Away Shirt 18-19

New West Ham Goalkeeper Shirt 18-19

Green West Ham Goalkeeper Away Shirt 2018 2019

9 thoughts on “New West Ham Jerseys 2018-2019 | Umbro unveil dark teal away kit for WHUFC

  1. Sean

    Should’ve been teal all the way though on the away one. Not sure about the yellow socks.

  2. Hugo

    The second jersey is beautiful, but those yellow socks…God Almighty!!! It would look much better with white or red socks instead of those ones.

  3. Derby Hammer

    Most West Ham fans will say “not enough blue on the home sleeves” but the white home sock choice is good, unlike the sock choice on the away socks, as others have said. Away kit is confused about what is its second colour.

  4. Greg

    Barring the non-traditional sleeves, these are a decent pair of kits.

    But sometimes I wonder if manufacturers deliberately pick colour combinations that require the clubs to order a third kit (in this case for Palace)…

  5. Danny Dyer

    Hammers need sky blue sleeves.

    ..change away kit to sky blue and take away that yellow.

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