Norwich City's retro home kit is turning a few heads
The pin-stripe design is inspired by the 1980s era of football kits
Norwich City will mark their return to the Championship with a new retro home kit inspired by the 1980s.
The Norfolk club, which enjoyed a prolific spell of promotion, silverware, record player signings and cup runs between 1980 and 1992, will look to harness some of that energy through their pin-stripe kit.
Familiar yellow and green colours adorn the shirt with a thick V-neck collar and intricate sleeve trim detailing.
The shirt also features our new club crest for the first time in a high-definition woven badge and the shirt fabric is made from 100 per cent recycled polyester.
Supporters will be able to personalise their shirt with new bespoke font, Norwich Weave, which will be worn by City players in the FA Cup and selected pre-season games.
The home kit reveal video stars first-team squad members Kieran Dowell, Andrew Omobamidele, Josh Sargent, Sam Byram, Angus Gunn and Jonathan Rowe, as well as Jonathan Tomkinson, Flynn Clarke and Lewis Shipley from the Academy, Norwich City Women players Millie Daviss, Kathryn Stanley and Holly Williams, and CSF participants Mike Coleman, Zoe Kent and Peter Brown.
“Today’s an exciting day as we release our new home kit for the 2022/23 season, which draws inspiration from the 80s but with a modern spin,” said Sam Jeffery, commercial director at Norwich City.
“One of the key reasons we partnered with Joma was to ensure the club retained creative control and to allow us the freedom to deliver bespoke designs, and tailor our launches accordingly.
“We’re excited to see these shirts adorn our players and fans alike throughout the 2022/23 season.”
The home kit will be available in men’s, women’s and junior sizes.
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