English Premier League struggler Everton Football Club has unveiled its 2023/24 third kit. The unique gray, blue, and white design pays homage to hummel’s iconic “half-and-half” shirt that the Danish brand created for the Denmark national team’s 1986 World Cup campaign.
As part of hummel’s 100th anniversary celebrations this year, Everton’s version reimagines the famous split-color jersey. The pinstriped shirt artfully contrasts neutral and ultimate gray with Everton’s signature royal blue accentuated on the stylish V-neck and modern shoulder stripes.
The one-of-a-kind color scheme spotlights the Prince Rupert’s Tower logo, which replaces the traditional club crest on the third kit. An ‘EFC’ retro logo also features prominently on the outer neckline.
Completing the Everton FC 23/24 third ensemble are ultimate gray shorts with vertical blue and white chevrons and matching socks with a blue horizontal chevron trim. This is Everton’s first gray uniform since its 2017/18 Umbro away kit.