West Bromwich Albion revealed their new 19/20 Away football shirt by Puma.

The Baggies will don the iconic green and yellow stripes for a second consecutive season following their hugely popular return to action during the 2018/19 campaign.

Puma have produced a contemporary design which also represents the Club’s proud history and heritage. The green and yellow club crest, Puma logo and Ideal Boilers logo only further enhance the detail on the shirt.

Yellow shorts and green and yellow hooped socks partner the jersey.

The innovative shirt features the PUMA DISRUPT sleeve pattern on the performance shaped raglan sleeve which employs detailed rib cuffs that hold to the bicep.

The innovation continues with a mesh back neck panel for ease of movement, and lightweight polyester with moisture wicking technology that is designed to draw sweat away from the body ensuring the player is kept drier and cooler for longer.

View the: West Bromwich Albion 2019-20 Puma Home Kit

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Comments (21)

  1. QPRPaul

Love how it is not ruined by having a plain back.

 
  1. Roger    QPRPaul

Yeah a plaine back is only premiership rules , no need for you to worry about that for a while ?

 
  1. Padraig Mulligan

I'd rather the club badge be of its original colors instead of a monochromatic colors to the strip. And slightly broader stripes would have been better.

 
  1. David L

Are they Norwich in disguise?

 
  1. W G Richardson    A Canary

What's your point ? Everyone that wears a Green and Yellow combination are trying to copy the wonderful Norwich City . Your new kit looks like a Celtic away shirt !!!!

 
  1. A Canary    W G Richardson

What's your problem? Only pointing out that many years ago we wore a striped kit, for what it's worth I like Albion using yellow and green, preferred last season with the broader stripes and not sure about yellow shorts but what can you do.

 
  1. meat gazer    A Canary

thanks for reminding me - i almost forgot about 1920/1923

 
  1. SkyeBaggie

growing up in the 70's I loved my "cheese and onion" flavoured Umbro kit. Not so keen on the yellow and green these days. I agree the badge should remain Navy and white with red Hawthorn details.

 
  1. BWFC till......

Nice to see stripes on the back too - nice kit.

 
  1. Cantona walks among us

Agree that the colours of the crest should not differ to suit an away kit but what have we here stripes on the back of a striped shirt , very nice that could catch on

 
  1. Willie

Nice top, but has to be green shorrd.

 
  1. Sweet pea of peace

Lol, sweet corn and peas. I’m gonna’ vomit.

 
  1. Hoop da lor

WBA are one of those few clubs who have an iconic away kit almost as strong as their home. Along with the famous Arsenal and Leeds Utd away kits of the 70s and 80s the Baggies famous green and yellow away kit is as popular as their rather less famous home colours. Maybe not as good as last years and no where near as good as the Cyrille Regis kit there is something special about an Albion green and yellow striped kit. Decent

 
  1. Mr Fussy

Green shorts would have looked better . The yellow on the shorts looks different to that on the shirts .

 
  1. Daz. Leicester

Nice kit, I remember the classic 93 away kit of the same colour.

 
  1. The three degrees

Remember the Umbro kit from the 1970s Superb! And what a great attacking minded side! I’ve often wondered why the choice of green and yellow from the club though? One possibility could be that in bringing the whole West Bromwich community together. Very clever?

 
  1. Macman

Even as a Wolves fan I love that iconic Albion away kit. I always called it the cheese and onion away kit too when I was a kid. Sponsor apart, great kit.

 
  1. Ricard Noir

this is more Norwich than Norwich itself

 
  1. Justin Simkins

More than 200 Palestinian sports teams are calling on Puma to end its support for Israel’s military occupation. Last year, Puma became the main sponsor of the Israel Football Association (IFA), which includes teams in illegal Israeli settlements on stolen Palestinian land.
Puma’s sponsorship of the IFA gives Israel a green light to continue its illegal land grabs pushing Palestinian families off their land.
Supporters of Palestinian human rights who had already purchased Puma gear before Puma’s sponsorship deal with the IFA have been rebranding their Puma clothing, shoes, hats and bags. By writing “Boycott” over the Puma logo, they are advertising their support the call from Palestinian athletes.
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Write “Boycott” or other messages in support of the campaign above the Puma logo, or simply tape over the Puma logo. Make a short video or take a photo of yourself while rebranding your Puma gear and post it on social media...

More than 200 Palestinian sports teams are calling on Puma to end its support for Israel’s military occupation. Last year, Puma became the main sponsor of the Israel Football Association (IFA), which includes teams in illegal Israeli settlements on stolen Palestinian land.
Puma’s sponsorship of the IFA gives Israel a green light to continue its illegal land grabs pushing Palestinian families off their land.
Supporters of Palestinian human rights who had already purchased Puma gear before Puma’s sponsorship deal with the IFA have been rebranding their Puma clothing, shoes, hats and bags. By writing “Boycott” over the Puma logo, they are advertising their support the call from Palestinian athletes.
#RebrandPuma!
Do you own Puma branded sportswear? Rebrand it!
Write “Boycott” or other messages in support of the campaign above the Puma logo, or simply tape over the Puma logo. Make a short video or take a photo of yourself while rebranding your Puma gear and post it on social media using the hashtag #RebrandPuma. See sample tweet/post below:
I bought @Puma gear before Puma decided to support illegal Israeli settlements on stolen Palestinian land.
Until Puma ends complicity in Israel’s military occupation, I will #RebrandPuma in support of Palestinian athletes calling to #BoycottPuma. Join me. https://bdsmovement.net/rebrand-puma
On October 26, groups in 20 countries will join the second global day of action at Puma outlets, offices and matches of Puma-sponsored teams.
Join them on social media with #RebrandPuma!

As a proud West Brom supporter please do this or contact the club to express your concern! This is not what West Brom is about!

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