Your verdict of the new Norwich City kit for the 2014/15 season
PUBLISHED: 14:19 24 June 2014 | UPDATED: 14:21 24 June 2014
It’s one of the most eagerly awaited moments of the summer - and today Norwich City have unveiled the new home kit as part of a club video.
A video shot by Norwich City TV, starring Russell Martin and season-ticket holding Barclay Boy Steve Marrison has been tweeted by the club which reveals for the first time the Canaries’ new Errea home kit for the season ahead.
The design will be officially unveiled today by the club - sparking the usual stampede to the shops to add it to fans’ collections.
But we have had a sneak preview - and can reveal the unusual new look, which includes potentially controversial green shoulders and upper chest. The shorts are the traditional green with a yellow trim.
The new kit is the latest in a long line of designs worn by Norwich City’s heroes since the club was formed more than 110 years ago.
They have included blue and white halves in the early years, yellow shirts with black shorts in the 1950s, the pin-stripe Poll and Withey-sponsored effort in the early 1980s, the egg-and-cress look from 1992-93 - worn by arguably Norwich’s most successful squad - and the all mustard-yellow 1998 design, put together by fashion icon Bruce Oldfield.
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