West Ham unveil new home kit for 2021-22 season inspired by Paolo Di Canio

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West Ham have unveiled their new home kit ahead of a season that will see them in the Europa League group stages for the first time.

David Moyes's side will be taking on Europe in a claret and blue kit inspired by the shirt worn at the turn of the century when Paolo Di Canio was at his peak in east London.

Fans can buy the new kits now with men's shirts costing £55 and women’s £45 while season ticket holders can claim a 10 per cent discount.

West Ham's pre-season campaign has already begun but the Hammers are likely to debut the new kit when they face Reading next week.

Moyes's side get their Premier League campaign underway at Newcastle on August 14.

As part of the club's work with their local NHS trusts, West Ham gave a first look of the kit to some local NHS staff who are all Hammers fans.

One of those involved in the launch, John Mealey, said: “As soon as I saw it, the first thing I thought was it’s back to the kit when Di Canio scored against Wimbledon. I really like the collar and the sleeve.

“The relationship between our Trust and the Club has just continued to grow.

Local NHS workers get an early glimpse at the new kit (West Ham United)
Local NHS workers get an early glimpse at the new kit (West Ham United)

“We are really grateful for the continued support the Club have shown us throughout the pandemic and even recently, in the thank you week for our incredible staff for what they’ve done for the last year-and-a-bit, we had a thank you video from the men’s and women’s teams and it’s really appreciated by everyone here at the Trust.”

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