West Ham United, nicknamed the ‘Hammers’, are a Premier League side based in London, England where they play at The London Stadium, having moved there from the Boleyn Ground in 2016. West Ham United play in claret and sky blue shirts that are manufactured by Umbro and sponsored by Betway.
West Ham 23/24 Home Kit
West Ham Home Kits
2022/23 West Ham Home Shirt
For the 2022/23 season, West Ham United adorned its traditionally claret home shirt with graphics on the panels along the raglan sleeves. The visuals featured a scratched and faded look of stripes in white and sky blue. Considering the similarity of the striping pattern to the one seen on the 1991/93 home shirt, the presentation of the design seemed to represent how the club stood the test of time. A wide round collar that was sky blue on the front side and white at the back capped off the jersey’s final look. Umbro was the kit maker of the shirt.
2021/22 West Ham Home Shirt
The Hammers had a familiar colour combination with their 2021/22 Umbro home shirt. The body and the inner side of the sleeves were claret, while the outer side of the sleeves up to the shoulders were sky blue. A noticeable white border separated the two, creating a unique identity in the club’s catalogue of home kits. The same colour pattern applied to the unbuttoned polo collar and sleeve cuffs, albeit in reverse order.
2020/21 West Ham Home Shirt
The Umbro home kit of West Ham United for the 2020/21 season was called the Commemorative 125th Anniversary and was said to be inspired by the team’s greatest periods consisting of FA Cup titles and a European Cup victory, as well as the foundation of the Academy of Football. Furthermore, the kit’s final design was a result of consultation with supporters, creating a truly Hammers’ shirt in the process. The home kit kept the Irons’ traditional colours with a claret melange body and light blue sleeves. The shirt featured a blue crew-neck collar and claret sleeve cuffs. Other light blue applications were the monochrome Umbro and club logos, with the West Ham crest having a subtle claret outline. Only the main sponsor ‘betway’ branding appeared in white.
West Ham Away Kits
2022/23 West Ham City Away Shirt
West Ham’s 2022/23 Umbro away shirt was black with white monochrome logos, offering a focused and serious look for the most part. Only the abstract combination of pink, white, and blue geometric shapes on the sleeve cuffs provided some visual activity to the otherwise plain-looking jersey. The vibrant detailing took inspiration from the 100-year-old ship slipway at Thames Ironworks, which was uncovered in the construction of the recently-opened Elizabeth line.
2021/22 West Ham City Away Shirt
West Ham United’s 2021/22 Umbro away shirt carried out a sky blue and white alternate vertical striping on the front, with the former randomly housing subtle diagonal pinstripes. Sky blue also coloured the sleeves and the entire backside. The stylised collar and the border between the sleeves and the cuffs were maroon.
2020/21 West Ham City Away Shirt
Like the home kit, the away strip of West Ham United for the 2020/21 season was commemorative of the club’s 125th anniversary. The club’s golden period during the 60s, a time when they won the FA Cup and European Cup as well as three players for the World Cup-winning 1966 England national side, was the inspiration behind the kit’s design. The shirt was primarily vista blue with several claret applications, most notably the two bands that were broad and horizontal forming on the chest and ribs sections. The cuffs and round collar were also claret.
Men’s West Ham Shirt
West Ham United F.C were formed in 1895 as the works side of the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company by the company chairman Arnold Hills. When the club became a limited company in 1900 the club name was changed to West Ham United.
West Ham who´s nickname is the Hammers play their home games wearing a strip of claret and blue. The most famous player to don the club colours must have been Bobby Moore who was capped for England 108 times, whilst playing for the club he joined as a schoolboy. The Hammers’ away shirt has been varied across the seasons, having worn white, black and sometimes a reverse of the home colours where the claret acts as the accent.
The Hammers can boast other famous past players to pull on the shirt; Billy Bonds, Sir Trevor Brooking, Paolo di Canio, Joe Cole, Rio Ferdinand, Sir Geoff Hurst, Paul Ince, Frank Lampard, Phil Parkes, Martin Peters, Harry Redknapp and Bryan Robson.