Newcastle United 2012-13 change kits [pics] – What do you think?

Posted on May 4th, 2012 | 19 Comments |

Newcastle United change kit, 2012-13.
Newcastle United change kit, 2012-13.
Well it’s that time of the year again, with NUFC Direct announcing the latest change kits for next season.

Above is the shirt for the outfield players, with the goalie’s shirt below. This is the story we posted about what the new shirts might look like back in January. The change shirt and the goalie’s shirt you can see towards the bottom of that piece have the same designs, but as you can see, are now in different colours. Of course, there have also been some changes on the shirt sponsorship front since those days, with Virgin on the ridiculous replacing Northern Crock.

But what do you think of the new shirts so far? Answers on a postcard, or alternatively, use the comments section below.

Newcastle United goalkeeper's change kit, 2012-13
Newcastle United goalkeeper's change kit, 2012-13

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19 Responses

  1. CLiNT FLiCK says:
    May 4, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    “Did ya’ get the mail worky?”

    Aye Clint, cheers! I noticed your thing first this time though. I’ll get on with it.

  2. Tripp says:
    May 4, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    “I like it.”

    Tripp, the main one’s certinly better than the original one I published back in January, which was the same design but in a fairly gopping light lime green shade.

  3. worky,

    any tips on a good mac app for blog writing, something along the lines of ‘notepad’, simple & useable to paste into wordpress?

    Or Hugh, or anyone out there with tips?


  4. Clint!!!!!!!

    are you asking two web designers for a free app?

    asking web designers for freebies is like asking a mechanic for a free M.O.T.

  5. workyticket says: May 4, 2012 at 8:18 pm
    Where’s Supermac gone too?

    I’m still keeping up with the banter lads – but I’m not too well just now (sciatica – if thats how you spell it) and popping pain-killer pills all day long. Hope to be back on my feet in a couple of weeks but meanwhile the team’s performance is keeping me happy.

    Keep up the good work lads, it’s much appreciated !


  6. Worky, the new change kit reminds me of this, which is perhaps why I like it so much:

  7. Tripp says:
    May 5, 2012 at 3:31 am

    “Worky, the new change kit reminds me of this, which is perhaps why I like it so much:”

    :lol: I think they may have got the inspiration for that one from an absolutely brilliant series in the 90s called “Brass Eye”

    Drugs in the workplace at Shaftesbury’s Jams.

  8. Like the outfield strip but not struck on the keepers top! It’s the shade of green, it looks shite, it will not look outta place in a certain shop!!

  9. In fact that red kit reminds me of Jean Luke Pickard’s Star Fleet command uniform – warp factor Cisse please Number 9, we must repel the invading Cardassians from the Manc sector !

  10. Jaysus! they get worse every time, the strips that is.
    I thought we had reached a point where we could’nt get any uglier , with the yellow stripes.
    But seems whoever gives the OK for the more recent ones, has absolutely no taste, concerning either design or color, UUUUgly !
    Plus the fact “money” displayed accross the front, leaves something to be desired.
    Guess it’s a good reflection of the crowd now running this club.
    Tasteless money grabbers.

  11. That green goalie’s jumper is the kind of muddy emerald colour only your nana would have, possibly on highly inflammable nylon stretch covers from the 1970s.

  12. Chunk, if you think this one is worse than that yellow disaster, you need to have your eyes checked. This one is nowhere near that level of hideous.

    I do agree with you on the sponsor advert on the front. At least we’re not sponsored by Astro Glide or Tampax. Virgin Money isn’t the best sponsor we could have, but it could be worse I suppose.

  13. Tripp, the “banana and custard” is a modern classic, this is what a truly “hideous” yellow kit looks like, and this, and finally, this.

    Hull City are currently sponsored by “Cash Converters,” who are known in the heroin community as “Smack Converters.”