West Bromwich Albion confirm new home kit for 2022/23 season and it includes stunning new addition

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Baggies fans have had to wait a while for this one!

West Bromwich Albion have finally released their home kit ahead of the 2022/23 season and it’s safe to say it has been worth the wait.

The shirt, which has once again been manufactured by top sportswear brand Puma, has been designed by Albion fans, for the fans and features a stunning take on one of the old strips from the 70s.

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One of the standout details has to be something your eyes are instantly drawn to, the badge.

Replacing the traditonal club crest that has been a mainstay in most kits since the 1880s, the kit features the iconic letters of ‘WBA’ in italic font in its place, just as the one that was worn by legends such as Bryan Robson did in the late 1970s.

The classic blue and white stripes remain in place but they’ve also added a snazzy new detail - jagged lines - again, as they did on the original concept.

Supporters wishing to purchase the kit can do so right now and the price list is as follows:

Adult shirt: £54.99

Adult shorts: £27.99

Adult socks: £14.99

Junior shirt: £44.99

Junior shorts: £22.99

Junior socks: £14.99

Infant kit (full): £49.99

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