Tottenham Hotspur will be wearing their third kit against Newcastle United when they lock horns against the Magpies at St.James Park in Game Week 8 (October 17, 2021 in the 2021/22 Premier League season). This is only the second time that Spurs will be wearing their purple and green third shirt– they first wore it in an EFL Cup tie against Wolves last month, a fixture they won on penalties after the tie ended 2-2 in normal time.
Spurs are one of two teams who will be wearing their third uniform in MW8- the other being Burnley at Manchester City.
Watford have announced that they will be wearing their new 2021/22 third kit for the first time in the league this season when they square off against Leeds United at Elland Road today afternoon. LUFC had themselves debuted their purple third strip against Newcastle in GW5, while Liverpool gave their yellow third kit its on-field debut last weekend against Brentford, and this time around, it’s the turn of Xisco’s men to sport a new uniform. Continue reading
Arsenal will be wearing their yellow away kit for today evening’s Premier League clash away at Brighton and Hove Albion. The Gunners have had a fair bit of success with this alternate jersey this season- they’ve won both games in the uniform in 21/22, and will be looking to make it three wins on the South Coast.
Arsenal results with away kit in 2021/22 season so far
West Brom 0-6 Arsenal (EFL Cup)
Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (League) Continue reading
Liverpool will be donning their new yellow third kit for the first time in the league when they take on Brentford today evening. Last week, Leeds gave their third strip a debut against Newcastle, and this time around, it is the turn of Jurgen Klopp’s side.
LFC will be one of three teams to be wearing their third kit this weekend- Norwich and Newcastle are the other two.
Here is a look at the other games for this weekend’s round of Prem fixtures and the uniforms each team will be wearing. Continue reading
Leeds United will officially be giving their newly released purple third strip its on-field debut tonight when they square off against Newcastle at St.James Park. The kit was unveiled earlier this month and LUFC will be one of four teams to don their third uniform this weekend, the others being Brentford (v Wolves), Everton (v Villa) and Leicester (v Brighton) Continue reading