Ahead of the new Premier League season, Leeds United have released their away kit for the 2022/2023 campaign.
The Yorkshire-based club have once again teamed up with world-renowned brand Adidas to produce the new away strip, which draws inspiration from kits from their storied history.
What does the new Leeds kit look like?
A detailed description of the new kit is available on the official website Leeds websiteand says: “This highly anticipated strip for the new season is a contemporary design that sees our classic club colors of yellow and blue reimagined in a bespoke tie-dye print.
“The burst of bright yellow mixed with a dark blue for the shirt is a modern take on some of our iconic yellow kits from the 70s and the colour-coordinated club crest sits proudly on the chest.
“The shirt collar is a classic v-neck with a ribbed trim, with matching ribbed cuffs as you go down the arm. Once again the shirt will feature our sponsor on the front of the SBOTOP shirt, as well as our recently announced partner for the 2022/23 round, Wish.
“The shorts and socks are the same dark blue color as the jersey and they have a regular fit in 100% recycled polyester, with interlock mesh ventilation.”
The new Leeds jersey is also equipped with moisture-wicking fabric to keep you dry with a minimum of 60% recycled content in all areas.
Where can I buy the new kit?
The new kit can only be purchased online at Leeds UnitedOnline Store from Thursday, and be quick to act as the club warns it is in limited supply.
Season ticket holders and members had the opportunity to purchase the kit for an hour before it went on general sale at 9 a.m. Thursday morning.
An adult shirt for men and women will cost £65, and shorts cost an additional £25.
Because Leeds sponsor SBOTOP is a betting and casino company, a young top can’t have the sponsor on it, and it will cost £50.
When will Leeds wear it?
Fans of the club, who reached the Champions League semi-finals many years ago, won’t have to wait long to see the team wearing the new kit, with the club confirming they will be wearing the kit on his trip to St Mary’s as they face Southampton on Saturday August 13.
What are the expectations for Leeds this season?
Although some pundits have recently said they are doomed to relegation due to the loss of Raphina and Phillips, that just doesn’t seem likely.
Yes, they lost their most dangerous striker and midfield maestro, but they reinvested well with the signings of Tyler Adams and more.
Perhaps the most underrated signing also goes to Leeds, who have successfully signed exciting winger Luis Sinisterra from Feyenoord.
Premier League safety will again be the focus, but with the staff they have bought in, their chances of beating the drop will be high.