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Spurs were originally scheduled to wear the kit for their final home game of the season, with fans returning to the stadium for the first time in 2021, before delaying the plans.
So, Monday marks the first official look at the new white-and-navy blue Nike design, which pays homage to 100 years of the club's cockerel crest.
The iconic club emblem takes its usual place across the left-hand side of the chest, and also inside the collar.
AIA remain the shirt sponsors, with their logo again in red on the front, with that deal running until 2027.
It is otherwise a very clean design, mainly white with the badge and Nike tick in ‘Binary Blue’. Like last year, it is made entirely out of plastic bottles.
It is paired with 'Binary Blue' shorts and socks, with an alternative white shorts version also released.
The men's replica shirts retail at £70, with an 'elite' version - the one players wear - coming in at £105.