Newcastle United have unveiled their new season kits. The Hanja sponsor that was on the existing uniform has disappeared.메이저놀이터
Newcastle will unveil a new uniform to be worn in the 2023-24 season on the 9th (Korean time). The European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) logo will be embroidered on the sleeve of this uniform. It’s been 20 years since then,” he said.
Newcastle achieved 4th place in the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season. At the beginning of the season, not many expected Newcastle to enter the top four. Thanks to coach Eddie Howe’s leadership, Newcastle remained in the top 4 until the end of the season. Eventually, they will go to the Champions League next season.
When introducing the new uniform, Newcastle said, “The design of the collar and sleeve hem was inspired by the retro design of the 1980s. The white and black stripes in the background are a symbol of our team,” he explained, adding, “It expresses moving into a new era with coach Eddie Howe.”
The most noticeable thing is the main sponsor logo on the chest. Newcastle’s previous main sponsor was an online betting company called ‘FUN88’. The company was founded in 2009 and has sponsored not only Newcastle, but also Premier League teams such as Tottenham and Burnley. Above the logo were Chinese characters.
The Premier League has gradually sought to reduce the proportion of sponsors in betting companies. In a few years, not all Premier League teams will be sponsored by betting companies. Accordingly, Newcastle signed a main sponsor contract with SELA (Sella), not FUN88, from the new season. SELA is a sporting events company in Saudi Arabia.
Peter Silverstone, Newcastle COO (Chief Operating Officer), said: “We are delighted to unveil the design of the home kit for the new season. We hope our players will wear this uniform and achieve good results. In particular, I want to write a new history with SELA. I am also grateful to the Castore brand for creating a great design.”
“It is a uniform that our fans will be proud of. I am really excited to think about going to the Champions League wearing this jersey at St James’ Park in the new season.”