Southampton 14-15 Kits Released

English Premier League Southampton FC today unveiled the new brandless yellow Southampton 14-15 Third Kit, while the new Southampton 2014-15 Home Kit returns to the traditional stripe design of the club. The new Southampton 14-15 Away Kit is available from August 8.

Made-in-house following the termination of the contract with previous kit supplier Adidas, the new Southampton 2014-15 Home Kit features a unique design. Veho again sponsors the new Southampton 2014-2015 Kits, which were released using the slogan #TheStripesAreBack. Main Sponsor Veho has chosen to utilise the new away shirt to raise global awareness of their MUVI action camera sub-brand.

Southampton 14-15 Home Kit

This is the new brandless Southampton 2014-15 Home Shirt.

The new Southampton 14-15 Home Shirt is designed by the club, featuring a unique white / red striped kit design. Five vertical red stripes are placed on the white front of the kit, while each red stripe features small dark red diagonal pinstripes.

Inside the simple red v-collar of the new Southampton FC 14-15 Jersey appears a white monochromatic Southampton logo, while the nickname Saints is printed on the back below the kit collar.

The shorts of the new Saints FC 2014-15 Home Kit are black with a red trim, while the mainly red socks feature dark red hoops.

Southampton 14-15 Away Kit

This is the new brandless Southampton 2014-15 Away Jersey.

The new all-navy Southampton 14-15 Away Kit features a unique kit design with lighter horizontal stripes on the front of the kit.

A navy / yellow crew neck collar completes the look of the new Southampton 14-15 Away Kit, while the sponsor logo is white. On the back under the neckline appears the nickname Saints.

The shorts and the socks of the new Southampton Away Shirt are navy.

Southampton 14-15 Third Kit

This is the new Southampton 2014-2015 Third Shirt.

Based on the same template as the Southampton 2014-15 Away Kit, the new yellow Southampton 2015 Kit will be worn in the match against Newcastle United on January 17.