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Leeds United: away kit revealed – it’s all yellow

After much anticipation, and on the back of a successful launch of the ‘home’ kit, Leeds United have confirmed that the ‘away’ kit is to be all yellow barring a thin blue collar.

Whilst lacking the pomp and ceremony of the ‘home’ kit launch, the release of the ‘away’ kit has met with much speculation across social media with much being hoped for from Leeds United fans. Now, with today’s reveal, it seems that these hopes have been somewhat realised and that the speculation can cease. Furthermore, Leeds United also confirmed that the club will only play in white or yellow this season; there is to be no ‘3rd kit’.

With this in mind, and after the rapturous reception for Leeds United’s ‘vision in white’, all that remains is to see whether Leeds United fans are ready to be ‘mellow in yellow’. This is the first time in five seasons that Leeds United will play in yellow after flirtations with blue and gold. The first outing of the new kit will be on Saturday for Leeds United’s preseason friendly against Everton.

The club website adds the following ‘colour’ details about the new kit saying,

“Kappa’s striking new design is a predominantly all-yellow affair, with a blue trim around the collar ensuring a stylish fit to the shirt. Kappa’s iconic ‘Omini’ logos appear on each shoulder, while ventilation panels down the sides allow for maximum breathability in all climates. Much like the immensely popular new home kit, the away shirt is without a main sponsor, making it unmistakably Leeds United with a retro feel. Leeds United website

The kit itself will be available for sale in the Leeds United Superstore from 9 a.m. Friday 31 July and for the following prices (Season Ticket holders and Members receive a 10% discount):

  • Replica shirt £45
  • Player fit shirt £55
  • Junior shirt £36
  • Shorts (adult) £22, shorts (junior) £20
  • Socks (adult) £10, socks (junior) £8

Featured image credit – Leeds United Twitter feed (@LUFC)

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