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Tottenham 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

Tottenham Hotspur are a Premier League football club based in North London and they play their home games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Nicknamed the 'Spurs', Tottenham wear white home shirts produced by Nike. The shirts are sponsored by AIA who signed a sponsorship deal with the club from the 2014-15 season onwards. Spurs' away kit had been blue more often than not, but opted for green during the 2020/21 season.

Tottenham Home Kit

Initially, the team played in a variety of colours including red and brown. However, in 1899, they changed to a white shirt and navy blue shorts as a tribute to Preston North End, who was the most successful club at the time. The colours have since remained and are still used predominately in Tottenham kits to this day. Arguably the most recognisable period by Spurs was in the 1960's where they became the first English club to win the double in 1961 winning the English Championship and FA Cup.

2022/23 Tottenham Home Shirt

The Spurs Nike home shirt of 2022/23 was predominantly white with no other design elements to give emphasis on the makeup of the cuffs and collar. The secondary colours appeared on the sleeve cuffs and round collar, with navy acting as the base accent and volt forming the central striping. The inner side of the collar, which contains SPURS writings in filled and outlined forms, flipped the accent roles. Typical of any major Nike jersey for the season, the Spurs outfit featured a noticeable seam that arches over the chest and touches the endpoint of the round collar. The said strip was Tottenham’s sixth home set from Nike.

2021/22 Tottenham Home Shirt

Tottenham Hotspur's 2021-22 home shirt from Nike is one of the cleanest among football jerseys. Apart from the blue and red accents from the logos, the shirt is all white. The other design elements are the standard sleeve cuffs and the straight-up V seam between the round neckline and the rest of the shirt.

2020/21 Tottenham Home Shirt

Tottenham Hotspur's look for their 2020-2021 home games has finally arrived. The new home kit remains predominantly white and has applications seen in other latest Nike-produced jerseys. The sleeves are half-white, half-navy, and the laterals of the body contain the Nike zig-zagged design that, in this case, is also navy but with a yellow outline. The same navy/yellow outline combination is applied on the crisscrossed collar as well as the Swoosh and the Spurs logo on the chest area. Across the entire white body are geometrical prints that are light grey. The bold lettering of 'AIA' appears in red.

Men's Tottenham Shirt

In 1983, the new Spurs white home shirt was graced with a sponsor for the first time in the form of Holsten. Since then the club has had numerous other sponsors including Hewlett Packard, Thompson and Mansion. Since producing replica shirts the most popular player shirts include Clive Allen, Teddy Sheringham, Jermain Defoe, Robbie Keane, Ledley King, Les Ferdinand, David Ginola and Darren Anderton.

Children's Tottenham Kit

Tottenham Hotspur's academy have a strong history of identifying and developing young talent to become professional stars. Many iconic players began their careers at Spurs including Les Bennett, Jimmy Dimmock, Glenn Hoddle, Bert Bliss, Steve Perryman and Sol Campbell.

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club is a North London team. Boys from the Hotspur cricket club and from the local grammar school formed the club in 1882. Originally the club was known as Hotspur FC, but in 1884 they were renamed Tottenham Hotspur Football and Athletic Club.

Tottenham who are also known by the nickname 'Spurs' play their home games wearing white shirts. Spurs have had their hands on many major trophies and some of those who helped them to their famous double are Danny Blanchflower, Maurice Norman, Dave MacKay, Bobby Smith, Terry Dyson and Bill Nicholson. Today, the team prides itself in having Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, Dele Alli, Lucas Moura, and Hugo Lloris.

Tottenham Hotspurs were the first and only team to win the FA Cup as a non-league club, that was in 1901 when Tottenham were in the Southern League. The home shirts were initially based on Preston North Ends shirts due to their dominance in the late 19th century.

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