Graphic designer and Birmingham fan Liam Harrison has released some concept designs for the club’s new home kit.
The shirt will once again be made by Adidas, whose current deal lasts another two years until 2020, and the image uses a similar design to the German manufacturer’s 2017/18 jersey:
— Liam Harrison (@LiamsGraphics) May 9, 2018
Here is some of the reaction on Twitter from fans. Most seem to be really liking the look of the shirt.
— Matthew Brennan (@MattyBrennan) May 10, 2018
Looks class that
— EnVy Jas (@Jas1875x) May 10, 2018
Got to be all blue
— Gary Boulton (@GaryBoulton24) May 10, 2018
Best one I've seen!
— Kaje (@KajeKaje123) May 10, 2018
— BrummieJoe (@BrummieJoeHD) May 10, 2018
Like this ????????
— Matt (@1976MJG) May 10, 2018
Great looking shirt ????????
— eric bullock (@ecakeeprighton) May 10, 2018
— ???? (@ConnorJSearle) May 9, 2018
Love it. I hope we go back to the penguin.
— HARLEE DEAN IS A SUPERHERO! (@Lummy_BCFC) May 9, 2018
— James (@jamesgreaney_) May 9, 2018
The design does have a pretty similar look to this seasons. The white V neck is still the same, but he has gotten rid of the white trimming at the top.
Adidas’s famous three stripes have been moved from the sides of the shirt to the top of the shoulders. It’s a minimalist look that many fans will like.
The actual home jersey will likely be announced at the start of July, although I haven’t seen a set release date anywhere as of yet.