Tottenham Hotspur Home Jersey Release For 2022-23 Season


Tottenham supporters will be excitedly looking ahead to the 2022/23 campaign after securing their return to the Champions League at the end of last season. Threads about the what the players will be kitted out in for the following campaign regularly cause huge excitement and debate among football fans and this year it has been no different.

On 7th,June, Spurs released their new home kit for 2022-23 season. Obviously, the shirt is exactly the same shade of pristine Lilywhite that it has been for the past 124 years.After extraneous decoration of any description was done away with for last season’s ultra-plain Spurs jersey, the 2022-23 Tottenham Spur shirt sees a return for traditional navy trim and this time it has been paired with a contrasting flash of “Volt” yellow — a gaudy neon hue that has been cropping up regularly on the club’s second, third and training apparel in recent years.

The inside of both the collar and cuffs are also embellished with the word “Spurs” written several times in a variety of typefaces, just in case you forget whose shirt you are wearing and need to double check surreptitiously.

Interestingly, it would appear that the cuff is reversible and therefore can also be folded over and rolled up in order to reveal the neon yellow “Spurs” banding underneath, which is a neat little feature.

A club statement with the new kit said: “The Home Kit launch – Dare To Do True – is the first instalment in our Dare To Do series, a five-part campaign which provides a contemporary twist on our iconic motto. It celebrates a classic shirt design that brings a sense of authenticity and togetherness amongst our fans. The lilywhite shirt, made from 100% recycled polyester, is accentuated by neon volt detail that is visible throughout and complemented by navy blue shorts and white socks.”

The new Tottenham Hotspur home jersey 2022/23 will be worn for the first time during Tottenham’s preseason match against the Team K-League during Spurs’preseason tour to South Korea in July.What do you think? Will you be shelling out the cash for a new home kit this year, and whose number will you put on the back?