- Tottenham’s new away kit went on sale in Spurs stores on Friday July 17
- Navy and light blue strip will be worn for first time against MLS All-stars
- The north London club will launch a third kit later in the summer
Tottenham have launched their new away kit ahead of the 2015-16 season and the players will wear it for the first time during the pre-season friendly against MLS All-Stars later this month.
The navy and light blue strip is available to buy exclusively in Spurs stores from Friday and will be released in other shops a week later.
The design features six navy stripes across the front, a pattern that is repeated on the socks, and a replica adult shirt will set you back £55.
Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen feature as Tottenham launch their new away kit for 2015-16
Denmark international Eriksen poses in the new navy and light blue strip which is available to buy now
England midfielder Ryan Mason was all smiles as he posed for pictures in the new kit
Spurs fans will get to see the likes of Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen pull on the new strip against the best talent Major League Soccer has to offer when the face the All-Stars in Colorado on July 29.
Kane, who has been identified as summer transfer target by Manchester United, featured prominently during the launch and says seeing the fans wearing the kit makes a big difference.
‘I think it makes it even more special when you see the whole stadium in the home shirt or the away shirt or any Tottenham shirt at all,’ Kane said in a video posted on the club’s official Twitter feed.
‘It makes it that little bit more special looking into the crowd and you know that everyone is cheering you on. I think it does make a difference.’
Goalkeepers Hugo Lloris and Michel Vorm were pictured showing off the new bright yellow alternative keepers’ jersey.
The kit is available to buy exclusively in Spurs stores from Friday and an adult shirt will set you back £55
England striker Kane returned to training with Tottenham earlier this week following an extended break
Lloris is another Tottenham player that has been linked with a move away this summer with United and PSG both interested in the France international.
The 28-year-old is in danger of missing the start of the Premier League campaign after reporting back for pre-season training with a fractured wrist.
Lloris has been joining in with training is facing a race against time to be ready for the opening fixture of the season against Manchester United on August 8.