Everton FC reveal new home kit
It has been a work 15-months in the process, but Everton have unveiled their new kit for the 2018-19 season.Get more news about Cheap Soccer Jersey,you can vist futbolucl.com !
As part of the ‘Go On’ campaign, which celebrates the Blues, it’s fans and the dynamic City of Liverpool, the kit was unveiled and will be used for the first time against Southampton on Saturday.
The new design sees the evolution of the classic Umbro diamond graphic running around the sleeve – bringing the spirit of the past into an exciting modern design.The kit was revealed via a video and image entitled ‘Go On’, the expression is symbolic of the way in which Everton has constantly moved forward throughout their history - a club of firsts in a dynamic city that is always looking to the future.
The video is set in the build up to match day and features Toffees from across the city alongside first team players. A stirring scouse voice-over sets the tone of the video – capturing the pride and passion of Evertonians and serving as a first look at the Club’s new home strip.Everton’s strong bond with its fanbase is demonstrated by the process undertaken to develop the design of the kit. Over the past 15 months Umbro have collaborated with fans to understand their preferences on colour, collar and other design features. Thousands of fans have had input into the process which was also applied to the away and third strips.
To incorporate this feedback the new shirt features Everton blue with iconic white Umbro taping on the sleeve cuffs – a nod to some of the classic Everton shirts of the 1970s. Alongside this, a contemporary take on a classic collar features with a two-button placket.
Gary Evans, chairman of the Everton Fans’ Forum said: “The lengths that Umbro have gone to listen to the feedback of fans is impressive and has resulted in what we believe is a really strong design for next season.
“As a fan you always look forward to the reveal of a new kit and this one doesn’t disappoint. This is a shirt that Evertonians will be proud to wear.”
The shirt is accompanied by shorts in clean white with a flash of blue on the elasticated waistband – a classic colour combination also referenced in the fan survey. Ergonomic panels and stretch fabrics aid movement, while on the white socks a cotton foot bed adds an extra layer of comfort and completes the iconic colour scheme beloved by many Evertonians.Blues skipper Phil Jagielka said: “This kit is a subtle nod to Everton’s traditions, but is one that every one of us will wear proudly on Saturday and for the season to come as we look to write the Club’s future.
“When you pull on an Everton shirt you are representing Evertonians everywhere, and for this one to be made up of what they want makes it just that bit more special.”