The Owls' kit sees a more traditional design being favoured, as Stuart Gray's men prepare to make a concerted playoff push next season.
Sheffield Wednesday today unveiled their new home kit for the 2015-16 season, with a more traditional shirt being one of the noteworthy differences to recent seasons.
The kit will see a blue collar and stripes return to the sleeves after the all blue arms of this season, while the new sponsor will be the family name of owner Dejphon Chansiri, replacing 'Azerbaijan Land of Fire’ which adorned the club's shirts this season.
Stuart Gray took Wednesday to a 13th place finish in the Championship this season, an increase of three places compared to the season before, and Owls fans will be hopeful that the club can continue to push on next year, with a similar improvement putting them within striking distance of the playoffs.
The Sheffield club have been out of the Premier League since 2000, when they were relegated under acting manager Peter Shreeves, and will be hoping that a return to the kind of kits they wore in the 90s may inspire them to reach the division they played in during that period.