Some Fulham fans react as bold new kits are unveiled

Craven Cottage stadium is pictured at the English FA Cup third round football match between Fulham and Southampton at Craven Cottage in Fulham, west London on January 6, 2018.

Fulham have announced their new home and away kits for the 2018/19 season.


Premier League new boys Fulham have unveiled their home and away kits for the 2018/19 campaign, and the fans are pretty pleased with what they are seeing.

Both shirts are sponsored by global betting company Dafabet and are made by sport wear giant Adidas, with the home kit to be paraded for the first time on July 14 when the club take on Reading.

Dubbed 'an original strip reborn' on the club's official website, the home kit is traditional white with a black v-neck and shoulder strips and takes inspiration from the club's successful late 90s period. It also has Adidas' climalite technology.

The striking away kit is a navy blue number with a faint check pattern, with the Dafabet lettering a bold yellow and white trademark Adidas striping along the shoulders.

The club's chief revenue officer Casper Stylsvig said: "I am delighted that the Club has been able to benefit from the team’s tremendous success of last season’s promotion to the Premier League by securing a record shirt sponsorship deal. We look forward to enjoying our return to the top flight with Dafabet and working with them to continue to grow the Club’s brand globally."

Fulham will certainly be looking smart on their return to the big time, and now it remains to be seen who will be sporting the kits at Craven Cottage.


It could be that Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri ends up wearing them, after reports yesterday claimed the Cottagers were confident in signing him for £18 million. Or Aleksandar Mitrovic, who the Daily Mail report wants to make a permanent move to the club.

Whoever features though, Fulham fans appear to be quite pleased on the whole with the look of the home kit. The away strip, however, appears to be receiving a little less love. Here are some of the best responses:













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