The 2023/24 home kit for Everton Football Club, inspired by Goodison Park’s historic Archibald Leitch pattern and hummel’s classic Denmark shirt from 1992, has been unveiled.
The Everton FC’s 23/24 home shirt, which has a collar for the first time in 10 years, features the distinctive Leitch design on the trim and the sleeves. The collar also pays tribute to hummel’s centenary year and their iconic Danish national team shirt that won the Euro 92.
Dwight McNeil, the Everton winger who modelled the new home kit, said: “I think hummel have done a great job with the kit, giving it a retro look and incorporating elements of Goodison that the fans will love.
“Goodison – and the fans – are very important to us and I’m looking forward to wearing this kit when the new season starts.”
The Everton 2023/24 hummel home kit jersey has a tape on the shoulder that gives a fresh look to hummel’s signature chevrons. The same tape runs down the sides of the white home shorts, while royal blue chevrons are woven around the top of the white socks. The Everton Tower icon is on the back of the shirt’s neck.
All 2023/24 kits for Everton FC are made with hummel’s ECO8 technology, which aligns with the Club’s Everton for Change environmental campaign. ECO8 uses material from up to eight recycled plastic bottles for each shirt, and uses minimal water in the dying process.