Saints To Reveal Three New Kits
Thursday, 7th Jun 2018 11:32
Saints have announced the date when they will reveal their new kit for next season and there will be a 3rd kit available.
Saints have announced that they will be revealing their "eye-catching" home and away strips on Saturday 16th June, when it will also be launching its latest range of training wear.
The home kit will be available for pre-order as soon as it is revealed, and will go on sale in our Stadium Store, Westquay Store and online from Friday 29th June. However due to some technical issues the away kit will not be available till a later date to be announced.
There has been much speculation as to what the kit will be with various mock ups doing the rounds on the internet.
The Ugly Inside money is on the club going back to a more traditional look with Red & White stripes for the first team kit and an all Yellow shirt with blue trim for the second strip.
The third kit is going to be unveiled a little later in the summer and will also be available to buy, again we at TUI think that it is likely to be a kit doing the rounds on social media, a sort of two tone red striped effort.
Under Armour will once again be the manufacturer of the kit and of course we would expect nothing less of the club than making use of their latest, cutting-edge technology.
The club are yet to announce whether there will be a payment plan to spread the cost for those that want the full package including player number and name plus Premier league badges.
Get two free £10 bets on Southampton v Burnley (or other matches) by opening a new account at William Hill. Place an initial bet of a minimum of £10 and William Hill will give you two £10 bets. You must enter the promotional code ''F20'' when signing up as a new customer.
Photo: Action Images
Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.
You need to login in order to post your comments
Blogs 28 bloggers
A Hollywood script plays out in the Spotland sun by AtThePeake
It isn’t always easy being a Rochdale supporter. With the majority of the town’s footballing interest being soaked up by local behemoths Manchester City and Manchester United, the club’s attendances rarely break 3,000 home supporters.
Gylfi Not Irreplaceable- But Not Trying To Directly Replace Him Is Smart by BarneyLW
So the dust has finally settled. In what seemed like the most painstaking saga in living memory, Gylfi Sigurdsson is an Everton player. A man the club were silently resigned to eventually losing has moved on and like so often in the past, the club must plan for life without their star player.
Too many things for a title, but stop with the xenophobia accusations! by waynekerr55
I had planned to write this in a different fashion, but Bob Bradley's departure from the club changes a section of this blog. The conclusion was as expected. A seemingly good man and a tryer who simply wasn't up to the job. In short he should never have been given the job.
A New Hope At the Liberty? by BarneyLW
A feeling of déjà vu rose with the sun over Swansea this morning. Another manager out the door, another few days of links, speculation, supposed sightings of candidates spotted outside Rossi’s sampling the scampi. But for the first time in recent memory, there is hope in the air.
Swans Fans Were Angry- In A Totally Positive Way How a Common Enemy Helped Guidolin’s side pull of by BarneyLW
A return from the international break, which in truth was needed to clear the air around the club. A frustrating transfer market compounded and exacerbated back-to-back defeats against Hull City and the champions, Leicester. Boardroom shake-ups and a tough run of games has given the Jack Army little to be optimistic about.
[ Vote here ]