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Hibs release new home kit as Easter Road men bring back look from noughties

Hibs have released their new home strip for the 2024/25 season with a classic design.

Available for supporters to buy from 9.30am today, the top is the traditional green with white sleeves with green trims. Further white flashes, again with green stripes, feature on the collar of the strip which is once again made by Joma and sponsored by bevvy.com. The shorts and socks are the same colour, meaning the team goes all-green for the first time since 2008/09.

The Easter Road club's release reads: "We are excited to launch our brand-new Hibernian FC 2024/25 home kit – which is available to purchase online or in-store from 9:30am, Thursday 20 June. Created in partnership with Joma, the new Hibs kit features a classic, clean design with the traditional emerald green body and white sleeves.

"The bespoke collar and thin green stripes around the sleeves give the home shirt a subtle, vintage feel, with the club badge embroidered on the front left of the top and the Joma logo displayed on the right. For the second year in a row, Bevvy.com will be the front-of-shirt sponsor – with their classic logo printed in the middle of the jersey.

"One of the main differences for this season’s kit is that we will be in all green – with the green shorts making a return for the first time since the 2008/09 season. During the mid-2000s the Hibees wore an all-green look for four seasons – clinching a third place finish and winning the League Cup in 2007 during a successful spell. The green shorts have a white trim around the bottom, which matches the white fold at the top of the green socks.

"As always, the finer details include the Scottish Thistle on the back of the neck, with the ‘since 1875’ written on the inside of the shirt celebrating the 149th year of Hibernian FC. Once again, the shirt is made with 100% recycled polyester material to minimize the impact on the environment – and a junior replica shirt will also be released with junior sponsor Utilita Energy on the front."