Premium performance sportswear brand Castore has launched the new Newcastle United home kit for the 2023/24 season. The kit celebrates the club’s return to the UEFA Champions League after 20 years and pays tribute to its rich heritage with a retro-inspired design.
The Newcastle United 23/24 Castore home jersey features the iconic black and white stripes of The Magpies, with a 1980s-style collar and the club crest woven on the chest. The shirt also has a split side hem, laser cut holes in the underarms, and a dropped and shaped hem for style and breathability. The Newcastle United 2023/24 home uniform is completed by black shorts with contrasting panels and a side seam split, and black socks with ‘NUFC’ and Castore branding.
Castore co-founder Tom Beahon commented: “We are incredibly proud to reveal the latest Newcastle kit for the upcoming 23/24 campaign. This season marks our third with this fantastic club, and we couldn’t be happier to see their inspiring success in the Premier League this season.
“The strip pays tribute to the rich heritage of Newcastle United Football Club, while encompassing a slick, modern style and key high-performance features required for elite level sports.
“We’re looking forward to seeing the side take on Europe next season and will be hoping they can continue the impressive feats they have thus far achieved since Eddie Howe joined the club.”
Newcastle United Chief Commercial Officer Peter Silverstone added: “We are excited by the launch of our 2023/24 home kit, which we know will inspire both our men’s and women’s players on the pitch and our incredible fanbase off the pitch.
“Castore has done an incredible job to design a sleek and modern kit that taps into our rich club heritage.
“I think our fans will also be delighted with the way Castore have incorporated our new front-of-shirt sponsor, Sela, into this fantastic design.
“Our teams and our fans will proudly wear this kit as we welcome the world to St. James’ Park next season; excitedly embarking upon another Premier League campaign and our return to the UEFA Champions League.”