Just days after an earlier than expected leak revealed Tottenham Hotspur might be wearing green away kits for the 2020-21 season, the color scheme for the team’s third kits next season have also been leaked. Once again, the team will be wearing yellow.
Most recently, Spurs goalkeepers wore yellow during the 2017-18 season, which was the first under the club’s current deal with Nike. For the outfield players, Spurs will be in yellow for the first time since the 2014-15 season, when Under Armour produced third kits in the color.
There is no word on the design of the third kit yet, other than the navy blue being used for both the crest and the NIke logo in 2020-21. However, a recent leak of Nike’s third kit for Paris Saint-Germain next season may have some clues.
PSG's 20-21 Third kit will be wine red and gold, bringing back memories of the Louis Vuitton inspired 06-07 away kit. pic.twitter.com/AVantf0bWI— Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) October 10, 2019
The Paris Saint-Germain kit is a pattern featuring minimalist elements that represent the team — a simple “PSG,” a simplified Eiffel Tower design that also appears in the club’s crest, and what appears to be a fleur-de-lis, formerly in the royal arms of France. Considering Nike prefers templates, Spurs may get a similarly inspired kit in yellow customized to its geography and history. Nike did as much last season, with the teal third kits that had a map of North London on it.