This is the new Everton away kit 2020/21, EFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Hummel, the new Toffees change shirt was officially unveiled on August 7, 2020.
Everton will be wearing a predominantly amber jersey on the road next season, paired with blue shorts and amber socks. Hummel have also unveiled a pink alternate goalkeeper jersey- the design on its front extends to the reverse as well.
Cazoo remain principal sponsors of both tops, as can be seen in the pics below.
This is the new Crusaders FC home shirt 2020/21, NIFL Premiership outfit Crusaders FC’s primary uniform for the upcoming league season. Made by Hummel, the new Crusaders FC home jersey was officially unveiled on 14 July, 2020, around a week and a half after the club had released their blue away kit. 2020/21 is the Crues’ first season with Hummel after the Danish firm inked a deal to replace Kappa.
The red and black home jersey, with white detailing on the neck and the cuffs, will be paired with predominantly black shorts and socks. Toalsbet are primary shirt sponsors, while the logos of Stephen McCosh Funeral Director and Eventsec (back of jersey), Fonacab (sleeve) and Harry Corry interiors (back of shorts) also appear on the new strip, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Fleetwood Town kit 2020/21, FTFC’s new home shirt for the upcoming League One season. Made by Danish firm Hummel, the new Fleetwood jersey was officially unveiled on 13 July, 2020.
The club finished 6th in the regular League One season when it was curtailed due to Covid-19, but lost to eventual winners Wycombe in the playoff semi-final.
The home shirt is predominantly red and white with black detailing, and is a bespoke design for the club Hummel. BES Utilities remain principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
These are the new Oldham Athletic kits 2020/21, OAFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Hummel, the new OAFC shirts were officially unveiled on July 4, 2020. The uniforms will also serve as the club’s 125th anniversary strips- OAFC was formed as Pine Villa back in 1895.
The new home shirt is blue with white and tangerine detailing and will be paired with white shorts and blue/white socks. The away kit is a red and white striped creation from Hummel, inspired by the first Pine Villa kit worn in 1895. The back of the away top is plain- the stripes do not extend to the reverse. It will be paired with navy shorts and blue/red socks.
Both home and away jerseys have “Keep the Faith” inscribed at the bottom as well as a retro badge (as chosen by the fans). The away top also has some classic OAFC crests inside the collar. A shirt sponsor for both kits will be announced by the club in due course.
OAFC finished 19th in League Two in 2019/20. The club will also unveil a new third kit for 2020/21 in August meant primary for Cup fixtures. Continue reading