Tottenham signed a 15 year deal with Nike in 2018, rumored to be at around £30million a year. The deal with the sportswear company will run until 2033 and is said to be one of the longest club deal’s in Nike history.
The money however is relatively lower as compared to Tottenham’s rivals like Man City and Arsenal who reportedly have deals involving around £60m-£65m a year.
Club chairman Daniel Levy explained that the club preferred to to keep their merchandising rights to themselves while other club had sold them to the respective kit dealers and it was the reason for the low financial amount involved in the deal.
Footy Headlines, a reliable source as far as kit leaks are concerned posted a full look of the 2020-21 Tottenham home shirt, once again with the sponsors AIA.
According to Footy Headlines, “The white base of the Tottenham 20-21 home kit is paired with navy and yellow trim. The collar, which is the same one used on the Barcelona away shirt, is navy with yellow trim, especially on the inside, while the lateral zig-zag stripes mirror this style.”
“The sleeves of the Tottenham Hotspur 2020-21 home jersey are half white and half blue, while a subtle pattern print appears on the front and back.Finally, there’s a subtle yellow glow on the Nike and club logos on the chest.”
The away shirt too was leaked by the same website adding, “The Nike Tottenham Hotspur 20-21 away football shirt is predominantly ‘pro green’ with ‘barely volt’ logos.”
“There’s also some peach (‘lava glow’) present on the Nike Tottenham Hotspur 20-21 away shirt – both on the sides of the lateral zig-zag stripes and on the inside rear of the collar.”
Footy Headlines have also talked about the third kit, “The Nike Tottenham 20-21 third jersey features central logos and a very subtle gradient from ‘tour yellow’ at the top to ‘university gold’.”
“Nike combines the Tottenham Hotspur 20-21 third football shirt with university gold shorts and socks to continue the shirt gradient. The socks feature a ‘Spurs’ tag in the Air Max 95 logo font as well as a pixelated graphic along the top.”
After experimenting with purple in 2017/2018, green in 2018/19, blue in 2019/20, the new third kit for the 2020/21 season will be a clean yellow color.