South London’s only Premier League football club Crystal Palace unveiled their 2020/21 PUMA home, away and third kits on Friday.
The Eagles new jerseys were released with the theme “These Colours Unite Us All” to celebrate Palace’s famous red and blue.
All three shirts use the same new PUMA v-neck design with three upward arrows on their fronts. The look maintains Crystal Palace’s traditional striped home kit look across their entire 2020/21 match range.
The Crystal Palace 20/21 home shirt has a blue base with red stripes. The away and third jerseys feature two blue and one red stripes on white and black bases respectively.
The kits were modeled by Crystal Palace first team players Jordan Ayew, Christian Benteke, Luka Milivojevic, Tyrick Mitchell, Jairo Riedewald, Jeffrey Schlupp and Joel Ward, along with new signing Nathan Ferguson for their launch.
Crystal Palace Chairman Steve Parish commented: “I was immediately inspired when I saw the concept from a supporter who had shared designs on Instagram, with perfect synergy across all the kits for the upcoming season. Working closely with PUMA and our design team at Crystal Palace, we believed these were the designs we had to bring to life, and I’m proud to say we’ve done so.
“We haven’t produced a shared design across shirts since our memorable promotion season in 2012/13, and there is no better campaign to honour in our eighth consecutive season in the Premier League.
“I fully believe these kits are bold and eye-catching enough to captivate both current supporters and new ones – wherever they may be – and I look forward to seeing the team wear them throughout the upcoming Premier League campaign.”