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Everton Unveil Third Kit Design

Players from Everton’s disability football teams have unveiled the Club’s new 2020/21 hummel third kit.

The new 2020/21 seafoam shirt modelled by the players features hummel’s iconic chevrons in charcoal across the shoulders and sleeves, charcoal piping on the sleeves and an ‘1878’ detail on the back-of- neck. It has a contrasting neckline in charcoal, creating a clean, minimalist look that complements the style of the popular 2020/21 home and away strips – both of which broke records for being the fastest selling home and away kits in the Club’s history. 

The charcoal shorts feature the hummel chevrons in seafoam contrast on the outer leg. The kit is completed with seafoam socks featuring charcoal chevrons on the front. Both the shirt and shorts are finished with a tonal badge detail. The seafoam colour is a nod to Liverpool’s vibrant waterfront, while the charcoal creates a contemporary contrast.  

The Goalkeeper’s third kit is black and gold, continuing the soundwave design from the home and away kits and only available in short sleeves.  

Allan Vad Nielsen, hummel’s CEO said: “We are beyond proud to complete our 2020/21 Everton kit range with a launch that shines the spotlight on Everton’s disability teams in this, their twentieth year. Our ‘More Than Eleven’ campaign recognises the whole Everton Family, which includes Everton in the Community and its own teams, and the important role that fans – locally and around the globe – play in supporting their team.

“We are committed to helping change the world through sport, and we hope that by collaborating with Everton in the Community’s Disability Programme on the education and training coaching initiative we can empower participants and support them in pursuing future opportunities.”

The 2020/21 Everton hummel third kit available to order via evertondirect.comfrom 8am on Wednesday 26 August or to buy in store at Everton One and Everton Two from 10am on the same day.

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