Barclays Premier League surprise of the season so far, Leicester City are wearing a white PUMA third kit for their 2015/16 campaign. The Foxes quietly debuted the new uniform during an early season win at West Ham United.
The Leicester City Football Club 2015/16 third shirt departs from the v-neck look of their latest home and away jerseys. It instead features a classy blue foldover collar and button placket. PUMA’s T7 striping runs along its shoulders in blue. The logo of shirt sponsor King Power is emblazoned in gold across the front of the kit. White shorts and socks complete the clash strip. Blue accenting is used for the shorts and socks. The club’s initials of ‘LCFC’ run down the backside of the socks in blue.
Currently in second place in the Premier League, Leicester City have spored white change kits for several milestones in their history. These included during the 1963 FA Cup Final and the 1997 League Cup Semi-Final.
The win in the latter saw The Foxes make it to the tournament final where a team featuring internationals such as Kasey Keller (USA), Emile Heskey (England) and Muzzy Izzet (Turkey) defeated Middlesbrough 1-0.