Leicester City debuted their new home shirt for the 21/22 season in their final game of the season against Spurs. It sees a new sponsor taking its place, with white details sitting on a sublimated blue base graphic.
Despite the agony of losing out on Champions League football on the last day of the season with defeat to Spurs, Leicester City can look back on the 20/21 season as a success, having secured the FA Cup for the first time in their history. And so they look forward to next season and the progress it will hopefully bring; a season in which they will be wearing their new home shirt from adidas.
The shirt arrives in a classic look for the Foxes, with base of the shirt featuring a blue two-toned camouflage effect, lending the shirt a deeper texture. It’s joined by white details in the collar, cuffs, branding, and all-new sponsor logo. Replacing long-term partner King Power, online trading company FBS take position in the centre of the shirt.
Susan Whelan, Chief Executive Officer for Leicester City, said: “We are tremendously proud to be beginning this partnership with FBS, one of the most exciting and dynamic global financial services companies. Establishing key partners of this scale and ambition has always been a central part of our vision for the Club, enabling us to keep investing in improvement and growth while enhancing the Club’s profile all over the world. We are looking forward to working with FBS to bring to life our vision for the partnership to the world and our global fanbase.”