Relegated from the English Premier League at the end of last season, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC is now trying to avoid dropping from The Championship to League 1. With two matches left in the season, Wolves have launched their 2013/14 home and away kits from new technical sponsor PUMA.
According to the Wolverhampton website: The new home kit stays true to Wolves’ iconic gold and black colours, yet is a striking new design, which benefits from the much-welcomed decision of What House? – the Club’s new Main Sponsor – to change their normal brand colours from red to black.
The PUMA King shirt, includes the famous two stripes within the neckline, representing the passion and loyalty of the fans. The King name derives from the most iconic football boot associated with PUMA’s long football heritage and has been worn by some of the game’s greatest players.
The away kit is a modern all purple with a white trim. This new colour follows predominantly blue, white and black away kits in previous seasons. The adult shirts are £42 and the youth shirts are £30. For the first time in four seasons the junior shirts will include the Main Sponsor’s logo, meaning kids’ shirts will exactly match the players’ strips.