Hull City have launched their away kit for the upcoming season and many Tigers fans are really impressed by the new design.
The kit, which is designed by Umbro and sponsored by SportPesa, is plain white with a matt/shine graphic front and a black and orange trim.
The white shirt will be accompanied by white shorts and white socks with a black fold-over.
According to the club, the shirt adds to the history of white change strips and, similarly to the home kit, features a nod back to the 1990s as it is heavily influenced by the away shirt from the 1992/93 season.
The away kit was announced on Twitter on Tuesday, with a video featuring members of the squad modeling the kit.
Here it is!
— Hull City (@HullCity) July 9, 2019
It is a more traditional design than the home strip for the 2019/20 season, which moves away from the black and orange stripped strip of previous years and is orange with black slashes across the chest.
The Tigers are heading into the upcoming season with a new manager following the departure of Nigel Adkins.
Grant McCann joined the club from Doncaster Rovers in June and will be hoping to build on the side’s performances last season in order to push on from their 13th-place finish.
With a new manager at the helm, it is exciting times at the KCOM Stadium and the new kit announcement seems to have impressed many Tigers fans.
Read the reaction of Hull fans here:
That is smart ????
— karl (@hcafckarl) July 9, 2019
Not one for buying shirts anymore but this ????
— Julio Geordio (@DN7891) July 9, 2019
Very slick just not too exciting. Assume we’re playing in it tonight!
— Dave (@hcafcDave) July 9, 2019
This is absolutely lovely definitely purchasing ????
— leewalker????◾????️???????? (@wakka80) July 9, 2019
ooo this nice nice
— Jim (@JlMIFFER) July 9, 2019
— jordan (@jw_hcafc) July 9, 2019
— Liammoore (@Liammoo17888996) July 9, 2019
A simple design in traditional away colours. Well done????
— Tenfoot Town (@PaulAlterskye) July 9, 2019