Everton and Hummel have launched the club’s new club kit before the 2021/22 season.
The two-tone shirt and the striking pattern of “blindness” are inspired by the role of the city of Liverpool and its docks in painting naval ships with inventive and bold delivery during the First World War.
The shorts of the new version are white, with yellow and royal blue details, the socks being also white.
The yellow and white care can be found on the collar of the new shirt, with Hummel’s emblematic chevrons, with coats of arms on the shoulders.
In a club premiere, a replica of the Everton Women’s T-shirt will go on sale alongside the men’s version.
The main partner of the Blues, Cazoo, appears again on the face of t-shirts for adults and juniors. Megafon will appear on the women’s version of the home shirt, with Yota again the sleeve partner.
Alan McTavish, Everton’s commercial director, said: “On the back of last season’s home shirt becoming the best-selling in the club’s history, we are excited to release our 2021/22 band and hope it proves popular again with all Evertonians. in the whole world.
“Hummel’s creative process of taking something like blindness, which is an interesting part of our city’s history and weaving it into our kits, was really interesting to see.
“They have once again shown their commitment to our fans by working hard to get them involved in launching this kit to illustrate the club’s popularity and how it reaches people in all four corners of the globe.”
Allan Vad Nielsen, hummel’s CEO, said: “When it came to creating our latest home kit for Everton, we wanted to deliver something striking and different, but still respect the Club’s traditions.
“We were inspired by Liverpool’s connections with the dazzling model to do this, giving it a historic mark, but we also put fans at the center of our launch, to celebrate the growing popularity of the world. Everton’s great future and the exciting future ahead. “
A video released by Everton to launch its new band shows the “dazzling” model recreated by Evertonians around the world in a series of impressive examples of user-generated images.
Players from Everton’s first men’s and women’s teams, including Seamus Coleman, James Rodriguez, Richarlison, Izzy Christiansen and Danielle Turner, also appear in the video, modeling the band at Goodison Park.
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Like the 2021/22 kit, launched in May, this season’s home kit will be environmentally friendly, in line with the Everton For Change club’s initiative, and will include Hummel’s ECO8 technology.
Everton’s 2021/22 goal line is also inspired by blindness, with a black, blue and yellow striped shirt, black shorts and black socks.
The ridges on all three kits that the club will launch this year will be woven with an embroidered finish.
This is the second new band released by the Blues before the 2021/22 campaign, the Black Watch-inspired inspiration kit being worn in the final game of the last term against Man City at the Etihad.