The Crystal Palace Football Club wore their 2019/20 PUMA home kit for the first time during Sunday’s Barclays Premier League season closer agaist AFC Bournemouth at Selhurst Park in South London.
According to the club: The shirt retains the famous red and blue stripes synonymous with the Eagles, but features a white collar, trim and faded pin-stripe alongside the club’s sponsor ManBetX.
White replaces yellow as the third colour on the kit, following a 10 year hiatus – bringing a bold, fresh look.
The shirt retains much of the heritage of what makes Crystal Palace FC one of the most notable clubs in the country for its kit style as the south London club prepares to enter its record seventh consecutive season of top-flight, Premier League football.
Crystal Palace first team regulars Luka Milivojevic, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Wilfried Zaha, Andros Townsend, Christian Benteke and Max Meyer modeled the 19/20 kit in the club’s locker room for its online reveal.
Blue shorts and socks with red accenting complete the Crystal Palace 2019/20 home uniform.