We can’t be far off knowing what our new Umbro shirts are going to look like next season, but the wait has got us dreaming up all kinds of wonderful possibilities.
We’re all hoping for something classy. A design that accurately represents West Ham’s history during our final season at the Boleyn Ground.
So with that in mind, designer Daniel David Webb has sent us his latest Umbro shirt mock ups, and they’re wonderful.
The home is simple, yet classy, and has what looks like a granddad collar. The away is white and sky blue with a v-neck collar, while the third shirt – expected to be worn when playing in Europe – is blue and has a crew neck.
Daniel tells us the his inspiration behind the third shirt stems from the original Thames Ironworks kit, which is probably the best possible way to represent the club’s heritage in what is one of the most important season’s in the club’s long history.
Have a look at the kits below and let us know what you think…
Not seen the other designs we’ve brought to you over the last few months. Click on the links below to have a look…