Everton, who will be working alongside the Danish brand hummel from the 2020-2021 season, have had little success in sporting terms since the Danish label arrived on the shores of the Mersey. Indeed, Liverpool FC’s neighbours have struggled to perform to their full potential and are even on the verge of relegation to the Championship.
For the 23-24 season, the Toffees are aiming to turn things around and enjoy a more comfortable campaign. Gana Gueye’s team-mates will kick off their season in a vintage home shirt when they take on Fulham on 12 August.
As the club from the north of England prepares for one of its last seasons at its legendary Goodison Park stadium, hummel has taken inspiration from the architecture of the stadium, which was founded in 1892, for the design of the new jersey. The new jersey features a detail on the collar and sleeve edges reminiscent of Goodison Park’s famous metal arches. A design that should delight Everton fans.
This is not the only symbol that adorns the home shirt, as the Rupert’s Tower, an element already present in the club’s crest, can be seen on the nape of the neck. Built in 1787, the tower has survived many wars and is still intact in the Liverpool landscape. Aside from these details, the cheap replica football shirts has a relatively simple design that respects the club’s identity.
For those interested, the jersey is already available from the club’s online shop for €75. A bargain when you consider that the prices of Nike, adidas and PUMA shirts have risen this season.