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Leaked Image of 23/24 Wolves Third Kit Delights Fans: ‘Day One if Real’

Leaked Image of 23/24 Wolves Third Kit Delights Fans: ‘Day One if Real’

Wolves are plotting for an ambitious first full season under Julen Lopetegui, and it appears that British manufacturer Castore have created a unique kit for them to wear in away games.

The West Midlands heavyweights proved to be a tough nut to crack on occasions under the ex-Spain manager, who took over from an underperforming Bruno Lage midway through last season and helped them not only avoid relegation – but manage a respectable 13th-place finish.

However, Lopetegui isn’t a manager to celebrate finishing in the lower half of the Premier League table. The former Real Madrid gaffer is planning to get them back into the top half and compete for places in European competitions, which fans have been longing for a long time.

Wolves are going through a number of changes in their squad. Captain Ruben Neves left for Saudi Arabia club Al Hilal – while Conor Coady was sold to Everton too. The Wanderers are currently planning to use their interesting Portuguese connections to sign some quality players from Portugal, and have been linked with a move for Joao Felix as well!

2023/24 Wolves third kit leaked

Amid the transfer season madness, Castore are focused on creating the best-looking kits to please the fanbase.

While they are yet to unveil any of Wolves’ three kits for the 2023/24 season, with the first kit predictably having a yellow and black design, one particular kit has been leaked on social media recently.

This is a version of what is being predicted to be the Midlands clubs’ third kit for the upcoming campaign and it looks to be a rather interesting one.

This leaked kit isn’t really in ‘HD’ or ‘4K’, but what seems to be a picture taken by a phone camera just to pique the interest of the fans. It looks like Castore has reverted to what seems like a teal-colour design, with an interesting pattern that is a stark change from the 22/23 third kit.

How does it differ from last season’s third kit?

Last season’s third kit for Wolves had an arctic ice strip design with a light grey colour shade to it, but it appears that Castore have changed things up for the upcoming campaign.

Wolves third kit for the 22/23 season

The leaked version of the 23/24 third kit has a teal colour with a change in the design strip, as it has a more animal-inspired print to it this time around.

Normally, third kits are designed by manufacturers for teams to wear in European games. As Wolves will not participate in Europe in the 23/24 season, they will be wearing it for away Premier League or Cup games – mostly to avoid a match with the colour pattern of the opposition team.

How fans reacted to Wolves’ third kit

To their credit, the leaked kit appears to have impressed the Wolves’ faithful with their design for the predicted third kit for the 23/24 campaign. It looks like the majority of the fans are quite impressed with this kit, especially with one aspect of the design.

The way in which Castore seem to have designed the Wolves’ badge and given it a teal-inspired change too. It seems like the wolf is given a white colour with a teal background and the badge is rounded off with a white-colour frame too.

However, there appears to be a little bit of confusion about exactly whom this kit fits to serve. Some fans are wondering whether it’s actually the goalkeeper kit which their no.1, Jose Sa will be wearing in the away games next season.

Because of the mystery surrounding the third kit, there is a little bit of uncertainty over this design. Normally, Wolves’ have hardly ever had a colour or design pattern like this for their outfield players in third kits.

For example, their third kit for the 2020/21 season seemed to be a blatant tongue-in-cheek reference to them being called ‘Portugal FC’, as it was heavily inspired by the Portuguese national team kit.

However, a Wolves’ insider account has since confirmed that this kit will indeed be for the outfield players and not for Sa – or any other goalkeeper to wear in away games. Castore are yet to actually unveil this kit or any other ones for the 2023/24 season.

They should start unveiling the new attire before the new Premier League campaign kickstarts on August 12 and eventually phase out the three kits to get maximum attention from the fans. It’s probably only a matter of weeks before the Wolves faithful can discover whether this new unique third kit design is the right one and get their hands on them to wear in away trips.

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