First Look At Spurs’ 2012/13 Under Armor Kits

Spurs fans, take a deep breath. Courtesy of a bit carelessness on Under Armor’s part, we’ve got our hands on the first images of Spurs’ away, third and goalkeeper kits for next season. 

Spurs, much like Liverpool, have moved away from the kit manufacturers commonly seen in the English Premier League by signing with popular American brand Under Armor. During a talk by Under Armor’s CEO, Kevin Plank, a short video (5:12) revealed photos of Spurs latest kits, the picture above is what we believe will be their away. The kit is predominantly navy blue, but features a white trim on the collar and sleeves.

We may never see a kit look exactly like this, for one Gareth Bale may leave Spurs in the summer, and secondly Autonomy no longer are Spurs’ lead sponsor, as their two year deal has expired.

Many manufacturers choose to go a little bit out of the ordinary when it comes to third kits (Puma and Cardiff City, we’re looking at you) and that’s certainly what Under Armor have done here. The shirt features a predominantly black and grey colour scheme, and is really quite unusual.


Brad Friedel and occasionaly Heurelho Gomes will be sporting these new goalkeeper kits. While the blue one looks pretty nice, we can’t help but draw comparisons to a banana when we look at the yellow!


What do you think of Under Armor’s kits for Spurs? Have they one-upped their American counterparts, Warrior Sports? Leave your impressions in the section below.


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Posted on May 15, 2012

Comments on “First Look at Spurs’ 2012/13 Under Armor Kits”

  1. HAZZA commented on July 4, 2012 Reply

    i know many people wont agree with me but i love the third kit!

  2. The Rev commented on June 30, 2012 Reply

    Shocking shirt. Even your rivals Stevenage have a better shirt maker.

  3. Ian Rouse commented on June 17, 2012 Reply

    New spurs kits.

  4. Rv commented on June 6, 2012 Reply

    That’s not bale and Gomes sucks!

  5. Kostadin Karapetkov commented on May 31, 2012 Reply

    I expected the Spurs kits to be really bad this season, as Under Armour doesn’t have the football experience that a major company like Puma does but I have to say these kits are looking very good, and I love the detailing on them just adds a very nice touch.

  6. PapaSmurf commented on May 15, 2012 Reply

    As a base-layer company i expected this their jerseys to be tighter. The away isn’t bad, but that third is terrible.

  7. Yaseen commented on May 15, 2012 Reply

    Looks good! But theres a mistake… Gomes as keeper?!

  8. Jesse commented on May 15, 2012 Reply

    I like the away. The logos on the ribs don’t look that great, but when a brand is unknown, they kind of have to expose themselves more

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  9. James commented on May 15, 2012 Reply

    Huge fan of Under Armour, but the grey and green kit? Other than that, I approve.

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