As the new season approaches, it has become customary for kit leaks to surface ahead of time, and it’s no surprise that fans are eagerly anticipating what their team will be sporting on the pitch next season.
During this time of year, fans are usually either thrilled or disappointed with the new kits.
Tottenham is no exception to this trend, despite their less-than-stellar season thus far, as they currently sit in fourth place in the league and compete for a coveted Champions League spot.
The rumored home kit features the original navy and white colors. The kit also features multiple graphic designs all over the shirt. The club logo and Nike logo can be in iridescent or the original way.
There is also a half strip between the neck and chest with navy colors on both the front and back of the kit. There is no change of color for the main sponsor of the Tottenham kit, AIA.
The design on the Tottenham kit lacks symmetry and is spread out all over the garment, setting it apart from the previous season’s home kits.
Tottenham’s home kits have traditionally been characterized by simple white shirts and navy strips, but the arrival of Nike has ushered in a new era of extraordinary kit designs for the team.
How do fans rate this kit?
The rumored home kits have received a negative response from fans. Most of the fans have been disheartened that their main home kit could have such outrageous designs.
Tottenham fans have always loved the simplicity that their home kits always had, but this is the complete opposite of what most of the traditional fans would have loved.
One user has shown his anger towards the relationship between Levy and Nike and how they have destroyed the Tottenham kits. He has shown his love for the previous sponsors who made amazing kits for the Lilywhites.
One user has also commented on his anger for the season by considering that this new kit is at least not worse than how their team has performed this season.
While the current campaign has not been the worst campaign for the Lilywhites, they have not performed to the expectations of the fans who now hate how Antonio Conte’s team plays.
Some users have also given their honest reviews. One user noted that this is not the worst kit that they have seen but doesn’t rank on the top charts; he gave the kit 5 out of 10.
Is this the real Tottenham home kit for the 23/24 season?
Not entirely but the final design could be close to it as confirmed by Footy Headlines. They have also claimed that the kit is a counterfeit of their own design of what they believed to be the potential home kit in the 23/24 season. Footy Headlines have also claimed that this is not totally fake, but the real home kit of 23/24 can be similar to this kit.