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NO Sponsor: Umbro Huddersfield 19-20 Home & Away Kits Revealed

Huddersfield's new 2019-2020 home strip was just unveiled by the club that will play in the second division next season. The new away kit was also unveiled.

When it was initially unveiled and debuted, Huddersfield's new 2019-20 home strip stood out with its insane sponsor application as the logo of betting company Paddy Power was printed inside a white sash across the entire front of the shirt. Thankfully, this turned out to be a fake as expected and the actual Huddersfield Town 19-20 kit is as clean as it gets.

The sponsorless Huddersfield Town 19-20 kits form part of Paddy Power's newly launched "Save our Shirt" campaign.

Umbro Huddersfield Town 19-20 Home Jersey

Check out Umbro's Huddersfield 2019-2020 home shirt below.

The Huddersfield Town 2019-20 home jersey is quite clean and classic, featuring Town's trademark white and blue hoops.

The logos and trim on the new Huddersfield 2019-20 home shirt are mostly dark blue, while a shattered diamond detail is present in the cuffs.

White shorts and socks round off the look of the new Huddersfield Town 2019-20 home kit by Umbro.

The Umbro Huddersfield 2019-2020 home shirt will be available from July 20, retailing at £48.

Huddersfield Umbro 2019-20 Away Shirt

This is the new Umbro Huddersfield away football shirt for 2019-2020.

The Huddersfield 19-20 away jersey is dark blue with royal blue trim and white logos, including a monochrome rendition of the new club crest on the left chest.

Umbro's seasonal shattered diamond print can be seen inside a panel right next to the collar, while the team name is printed on the upper back of Huddersfield's new 2019-20 away shirt.

Huddersfield's new 2019-2020 away football shirt will be available from July 24.

Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented: “We’re happy to support Paddy Power’s ‘Save Our Shirt’ campaign with the launch of our actual 2019/20 home kit this morning.

“It has been a very interesting two days’ since the original launch on Wednesday, which we expected, but we’ve always had in mind that our supporters would understand, and really like the real kit when it was properly revealed today.”

Paddy Power MD, Victor Corcoran, said: “Shirt sponsorship in football has gone too far. We accept that there is a role for sponsors around football, but the shirt should be sacred.”

The slightly updated club badge makes its debut on the Huddersfield 19-20 kits.

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