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New Tottenham kit: Home, away and third shirt details for 2024/25

Yves Bissouma and Dejan Kulusevski were among the stars involved in the launch

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Tottenham have released their new away kit, having launched the home version earlier in June with the help of Son Heung-min, actor Matthew Horne and a nearby pub in London.

The home design returns full navy sleeves to the traditional lilywhite look in a look which Spurs say celebrates their “iconic colours”.

Inspirational forward Son is portrayed playing darts alongside playmaker James Maddison in an accompanying promotional film featuring Horne, who is best known for his role in hit TV series Gavin and Stacey.


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“As a lifelong Spurs fan, this is a dream campaign to be a part of,” said Horne, who sits beside a cockerel in the clip as various players from the club’s men’s and women’s sides act their parts.

“The new kit looks awesome. The cockerel has always been a massive symbol of pride for me, so it’s great to have that front and centre. The cockerel is at the core of our identity as a club, so it’s fun to celebrate that. It’s what makes us Spurs.”

How to buy new Tottenham kit

The new shirt, shorts and socks were launched on June 4 and are available in men’s and women’s versions on Spurs’ website.

The ‘elite’ version, which is described as the “exact authentic design” of the kit, costs £125 for adults, while the ‘stadium’ version – a replica model – is £85.


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Junior versions range from £50 for infants to £65 for children.

The new home kit will be worn for the first time during Tottenham’s pre-season fixture at Scottish side Hearts on July 17.

Tottenham away kit, third kit

The club’s away shirt was launched on June 24 with a pattern Spurs described as “synonymous with away kits of the 1980s”, launched with an 80s-inspired film starring players.

The crest is in the centre with a yellow and white trim. “As a Spurs fan, I love it when we go for classic inspiration in our kits,” said Danny Aarons, who created the film.

“I remember seeing the blue stripe on the away kit when I was a kid, and it’s so good to see the design updated for today. This is iconic Spurs away for me – and I can’t wait to see it out on the pitch next season.”

Details of the club’s third kit, as well as training range launches, will be revealed “in due course”, Tottenham said.

Spurs finished fifth in the Premier League in their first season under manager Ange Postecoglou in 2022/23, which means they will compete in the Uefa Europa League next season.

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Ben Miller

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