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Burnley home kit 2019/20: Leaked pictures show what new shirt will look like as club switches to Umbro
Their kit had been made by Puma since 2010 but the Premier League club appear to be changing supplier
Burnley’s new home kit for the 2019/20 season appears to have been leaked but do not expect to see too many changes from this year’s edition.
Their next kit will be made by Umbro instead of Puma while there also seems to be a change in the sponsor with LoveBet replacing LaBa 360.
The classic Burnley claret and blue colours have not changed. It features the club’s traditional claret on the main body of the shirt with sky blue sleeves.
The pictures leaked on Footy Headlines show it will look very similar to the 2018/19 shirt.
Puma have been making the Premier League club’s kits since 2010 and it looks like they will be switch after nine seasons.
You could be forgiven for thinking this kit looks slightly familiar. Yes it is not much of a deviation from Burnley’s shirt this year but it also looks to bare striking resemblance to a recent West Ham strip.
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The Hammers also use Umbro to make their kits and their shirts from 2015 to 2018 were claret with sky blue sleeves.
Theirs changed to mostly claret for the 2018/19 campaign so maybe we will see something similar for Burnley next season.
Burnley’s new kit for next season has yet to be officially announced and it is thought that it will be revealed once their deal with Puma has ended.