Tottenham reveal new Nike 2024/25 home kit with classy Terry Venables nod and first wear date

Tottenham Hotspur have launched their new Nike home kit for the 2024/25 season under Ange Postecoglou which will bring back some memories.

The club launched the shirt with a video shot in Haringey with first team stars Son Heung-min, James Maddison, Dejan Kulusevski, Beth England, Guglielmo Vicario, Jessica Naz, Yves Bissouma and Matilda Vinberg in a pub, with a special nod towards their former manager Terry Venables, who passed away in November last year.

The launch video, called 'Time to Rise' and found on the club's social media channels, features Gavin and Stacey star – and lifelong Tottenham fan – Mathew Horne, and showed a plaque at the bar with the words 'El Tel's Spot' as a nod towards Spurs' FA Cup-winning former England boss as well as tipping the hat to various former players and current boss Ange Postecoglou.

The new home shirt has gone from an all-white version last season to featuring navy sleeves and the same colour down the sides of the trunk of the kit, as well as the return of navy shorts. The sleeve cuffs also have navy white striping on them.

Tottenham have not had full navy sleeves on their white home shirt since the 2005/06 season under Martin Jol when they wore Kappa shirts, which also had a navy trim down the sides of the trunk of the top.

That season did bring back European football to the north London club for the first time in years but also ended with the infamous 'Lasagne-gate' game at West Ham when a sickness bug struck the Spurs squad on the eve of that final game and they ended losing and missing out on Champions League qualification. More recently the north London side had a touch of navy on the shoulders of the sleeves of their home shirt in the 2020/21 season.

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The kit will be worn for the first time during the club's pre-season fixture against Hearts on Wednesday July 17. For the 2024/25 season, all of the club's kits will be sold without the sleeve partner logo, and their training range will be sold without the training wear partner logo.

The new shirts do come with some eye-watering prices on the club website with a regular £85 price for the regular 'stadium' shirt for fans and £125 for an 'elite' match-like version of it, the same for both men's and women's shirts. To buy a full kit as an adult would cost £148 for the 'stadium' version and £188 for the 'elite' version. A youth shirt is £65 and a full kit for children aged 3-8 is £55 and for younger toddlers £50. None of that includes getting a name and number on the back of the shirts either.

Spurs signed their big-money deal with Nike way back in 2017 and then extended it the following year to a 15-year agreement which will last until at least 2033, meaning it is one of the longest football club deals in the sportswear giant's history. Reports at the time suggested the agreement was worth around £30million a season for the north London outfit.

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