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Blues will debut new home kit against Spurs

by | 08/05/2015  Comments (23)  jump
Everton will unveil the 2015-16 home strip earlier than in recent seasons, with the players set to wear it for the final home game of the season.

The club have responded to requests for earlier availability of the kit by announcing that it will go on sale on 20th June.

The new kit, designed again by Umbro, will be officially unveiled and available to pre-order from, Everton One and Everton Two on Thursday 21 May.

It will again be available in a range of baby sizes and also women's sizes (8-18) and the club and Kitbag have announced the roll-out of a new Click and Collect service that offers a more convenient collection method for supporters who order merchandise online.

As well as still being able to collect their purchases from either of the two Everton stores, supporters will now be able to pick up their parcels from any of the 5,000 Hermes Click and Collection partner sites throughout the UK. For more information about the Click and Collect service, visit  

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Jim Bennings
1 Posted 08/05/2015 at 15:42:20
Never feels like we keep kits for long enough anymore.

I like this seasonÂ’s one, at first I wasnÂ’t too sure of the dark shade on the collar or the socks but itÂ’s really frown on me and really worked.

What I do like about this current one is the shirt isnÂ’t awash with stupid white bands or flashes.

Ron Sear
2 Posted 08/05/2015 at 16:17:34
Lots of pink in the kit perhaps, just to keep the fans in their current state of irritation.
Ian Doyle
3 Posted 08/05/2015 at 16:39:48
White socks!!!

We look like Ipswich or someone else crap with dark socks.

Chris Regan
4 Posted 08/05/2015 at 17:02:05
No doubt it will be hard to buy anywhere in Liverpool or the rest of the world.
Jim Gore
5 Posted 08/05/2015 at 17:06:24
Nothing new there, they did that before the 95 FA Cup Final with the old sponsor (NEC) on the new shirt.
Eric Myles
6 Posted 08/05/2015 at 17:01:44
Also womenÂ’s sizes (8-18).

So nothing that will fit my missus then, and the kids sizes wonÂ’t have the sponsor on. My 11-year-old refuses to have a shirt without Chang on it.

Tom Bowers
7 Posted 08/05/2015 at 17:30:14
Never mind the new kit, when will they debut the new Â’Â’homeÂ’Â’ team?
Eddie Dunn
8 Posted 08/05/2015 at 18:14:08
I will wait to see the design, and get my Missus to knit me a nice woollen copy.
Garry Corgan
9 Posted 08/05/2015 at 19:10:09
@1 Jim

We have changed our strips every season for a long time now. Without a doubt itÂ’s to increase commercial revenue. Every Premier League side does it.

It may do away with tradition and hit fans in the pocket (though theyÂ’re not forced to buy the latest kit) but the same fans are probably those complaining about our poor commercial showing in comparison to other clubs. ItÂ’s a necessary evil.

Lyndon Lloyd
10 Posted 08/05/2015 at 19:16:14
The lads at claim to have seen the designs for all three kits and they say the new home strip will be very similar to this seasonÂ’s, which suits me fine.

They say that the change strip will be like the 88-89 one with the grey stripes (not for everyone but I loved that kit!) while they hint that the third kit will be a bit lurid. "Zambia" was what they said earlier! The mind boggles...

Karl Masters
11 Posted 08/05/2015 at 19:51:43
We are the ONLY club to change their kit every season since 2002. The only one in the UK!!!

Most Clubs change every two seasons, certainly be bigger ones do it biannually. Also, we have 3 new kits every season. So we are approaching 40 kits since the start of the Moyes era! Of those 40, there have been a handful of class kits and a lot of crap.

Personal favourite home kits all by Umbro funnily enough 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2014-15. Best away kit is the Le Coq all black with pink pinstripes, closely followed by the cream and navy, also by Le Coq. In those days we werenÂ’t the soft touch away from Goodison we are now and I think we were unbeaten wearing both those away kits!

Too many bad ones to mention, although the Puma home kit worn in the Smith / Moyes crossover season of 2001-02 was the pits.

Finally, got to be WHITE SOCKS!!

Dave Abrahams
12 Posted 08/05/2015 at 20:12:47
Never ever bought a shirt or anything to be honest, got a scarf for the 1966 FA Cup Final, thatÂ’s it. I always used my voice to support the Blues, thatÂ’s all IÂ’ve ever needed and itÂ’s served me well and Everton, IÂ’ve give them more than enough since 1948.
Christy Ring
13 Posted 08/05/2015 at 20:33:12
I have no problem unveiling our knew kit. My problem is who signed the original deal with kitbag (I think Rob Elstone) 4 or 5 years ago. He signed a 10-year merchandise deal for 㿊m. All Everton receive is ١m a year, we donÂ’t get a penny more no matter how many kits or jerseys we sell.

You canÂ’t by an Everton jersey in any of the big sports shops. We probably have the cheapest and worst deal of any club in the premiership. This from of the 5/6th(?) best supported worldwide. Even this season we ran out of home kits because kitbag miscalculated the demand??? Z

If it was a private firm someone would have been sacked for losing the firm millions and for 10 years. Absolutely SHOCKING. Looking at our deals with Chang etc we are selling ourselves very cheap. Our commercial department is a joke.

John Daley
14 Posted 09/05/2015 at 00:30:09
"We are the ONLY club to change theirklit every season since 2002. The only one in the UK!!! Most Clubs change every two seasons, certainly be bigger ones do it biannually."

Is that true? I thought it was now standard for all teams to bring out a new kit every season (3 new kits every season in our case). Shows how much attention I pay to opposition shirts beyond their colour.

Derek Knox
15 Posted 09/05/2015 at 05:05:38
Ian Doyle@3

I couldnÂ’t agree more with you there mate! I always prefer the white socks with the traditional Blue Everton kit.

IÂ’m sure many fans also concur with us on that too, but weÂ’re only fans and secondary in most things, but first and foremost when we are paying!

Ernie Baywood
16 Posted 09/05/2015 at 10:33:42
Happy for the club to increase its non-TV revenue but canÂ’t they find a way that hurts everyone except me?

ThatÂ’ll be two new strips for the kids. I was still calling the old ones "new". Getting expensive to fly the flag for this club.

Brian Foley
17 Posted 09/05/2015 at 11:44:17
Ian Doyle @3 – Bang on WHITE SOCKS FFS.

Jim Bennings @1 – No, the dark socks are not aesthetically pleasing at all. They makes us Look dull, slow, and like Ian said: Blue, white, white that’s it.

Ant Dwyer
19 Posted 10/05/2015 at 00:09:49
Great news, also please unveil a new manager!!!

Please please please Everton, put a sponsor on the kids kits as they look absolutely awful without one.

Chang soda or Everton in the Community. Simple.

Andy Kay
20 Posted 10/05/2015 at 03:17:59
Check out for how often teams change their kits and its pretty much every season for the past 6-7 years plus away kits, 3rd kits, European kits, one-off weird for no reason kits (purple?).

What gets me is we all know they cost buttons to make, and go on sale towards the end of the season for a reasonable price (about 15 quid) , why doesnÂ’t the "People's Club" do something pro-active for a change, lead the way and start selling them at that price ALL season, get plenty of stock in to cover demand, and have Everton shirts everywhere!!!!

Start raising our profile again. With all the TV money, it's not like shirt sales make a huge impact anymore. I know fashion heads donÂ’t like wearing them but I know IÂ’m sick of seeing Liverpool shirts round every corner you turn. It's time the club started giving something back to the fans who have suffered long enough. If we canÂ’t do ticket prices, stop fleecing the fans with 50 quid shirts!!!!!!

Andy Kay
21 Posted 10/05/2015 at 03:35:25
DonÂ’t forget, although many fans love the "White Socks", I certainly didnÂ’t care about Derek Temple, Paul Rideout and Pat Van Den Hauwe wearing blue ones while scoring trophy winning goals! If yer know yer 'istory..
Jim Bennings
22 Posted 11/05/2015 at 11:38:51
Favorite home kit over the last 20 yearÂ’s, 2010-11 if only for the shirt itself, simple royal blue design.

A soft spot for 2002-03 in Rooney and Moyes first full season here.

I also quite liked the amber collar on the 2011-12 kit.

Hated 1997-98 with a passion.
Really didnÂ’t like 2009-10 retro 84 kit either, didnÂ’t like the white on the neck and the paler shade of blue horrible.

Quite liked the 95 Cup Final kit.
And also a little forgotten gem, the 1999-00 one when we last won at Anfield.

Terence Leong
23 Posted 11/05/2015 at 14:11:36
Practically every club changes their kit every season. Man Utd had a couple of seasons where they stayed with the same kit (1994-95, 9195-96).

Think the last time we had retained a kit was 1995-96, 1996-97 (Danka) I liked that though. The 1994-95 kit was also nice and neat, except that it was baggy and oversized intentionally.

I agree the 1999-2000 kit is also very smart. The 2011-12 le coq shirt is good too.

My favourite is the 1987-89 kits. Classic and enduring look.

Mike Keating
24 Posted 12/05/2015 at 09:51:06
CanÂ’t believe people are stupid enough to fall for this bollocks every season. At least the gullible amongst us will be easy to spot as ever....

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