As England’s undisputed no. 9 today and one of the prolific scorers of modern football, the player suiting up the Harry Kane kit has his shirt as one of the popular ones being worn in the stands and by supporters. An interesting detail in Kane’s progression as a superstar is that he lagged behind his peers in terms of physical attributes at the start of his career. While tactically flexible, the English front man arguably has that vibe of an old-fashioned out-and-out striker, using his height and intelligent positioning to deliver the goals inside the box.

No. 9 Bayern Kane Munich Kit

Harry Kane finally moved on from Spurs in August 2023 and joined Bundesliga’s Bayern Munich. The club recognised his status as one of today’s clinical finishers and aptly gave him the no. 9. Bayern had been in need of a prolific striker ever since Robert Lewandowski’s signing with Barcelona the year before. It was only right that an established name with the skills to match succeeded the goal-scoring role and don the number at his back.

Harry Kane Spurs Kit

Spending majority of his footballing years with Tottenham Hotspur, Harry Kane’s name and number is usually written on the usually-white Spurs home shirt and the club’s coloured change and third kits. He began establishing himself as a Spurs regular with him on the #37, and then switching briefly to the #18. Since 2015/16, he has settled with #10.


No. 9 Harry Kane England Shirt

There is no doubt that Harry Kane has solidified #9 for England in the years to come, perhaps even until his international retirement. But at the beginning Kane cycled through several shirt numbers. Some of the numbers he donned for England were 18, 10, 20 and 12. He had the number 18 when Wayne Rooney was taking the number 10 for the Three Lions. Kane came agonisingly close to immortalising the ‘KANE 9’ kit in 2021, when England got defeated by Italy via penalties in the year’s Euro tournament. They were also touching distance from World Cup glory in 2018 and 2022, crashing out of the competition in the semifinals and quarterfinals, respectively.


Kane Sponsors Leyton Orient’s Kits from 2020 to 2023

EFL-side Leyton Orient had the pleasure of getting sponsored by Harry Kane for their kits for three seasons. The striker used the opportunity to use the sponsor space to promote the charity groups that he supported. At that time, Leyton Orient’s outfits were made with technical partner New Balance.