New Castore concept kits emerge as NUFC prepare to unveil shirt for 2021/22 – Photo

Designer Maverfootball has released three concept kits for Newcastle United as the club prepares for life with a new shirt supplier.

The worst-kept secret at St James’ Park is that British manufacturer Castore are set to replace Puma as NUFC’s supplier after a decade of having our shirts made by the German sportswear giants.

Castore are reportedly revamping the abandoned club store, which has been left to wreck and ruin by Mike Ashley during the pandemic.

No official announcement has been made by the club on the matter despite the season ending nearly a month ago – another brutal indictment of how unprofessional our club is run at times.

The three three leaked kits have gained a mixed response from supporters, but the black and gold third kit has went down favourably with the Toon Army.

Take a look for yourself below:

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3 thoughts on “New Castore concept kits emerge as NUFC prepare to unveil shirt for 2021/22 – Photo

  1. “…..has went down…” Really?

    You seem to be peddling the fact that Maverfootball and Castore are some how linked, but they are in no way connected. Just another drawing knocked up by someone in no way connected with the club or the sponsor.


  2. I think they are really nice, a hell of a lot better than the dirt puma have peddled up over the past decade. The 19/20 home kit was the worst monstrosity I have ever seen. I look at Barca who are drenched in tradition yet the change their kit designs regular from stripes to a centre colour with smaller stripes to faded in stripes why can’t nufc do the same. I’m sick to death of the old fashioned designs time for some innovation then fans might start buying the kits again with a new owner of course.


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