Newcastle United accidentally leak 23-24 kit at Sandro Tonali’s St James’ Park unveiling

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Have Newcastle United ‘leaked’ their 2023-24 home goalkeeping shirt?

Eagle-eyed Newcastle United fans think they’ve spotted a potential kit leak during Sandro Tonali’s St James’ Park unveiling.

Newcastle released its 2023-24 home kit on June 9 with Saudi Arabian events company Sela as the new front-of-shirt sponsor before a few weeks later launching its green ‘Saudi’ kit.

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Supporters are awaiting further information on the third kit. As reported by NewcastleWorld a couple of months back, the shirt will feature a royal blue colour scheme with an announcement set to be made in due course.

There has, however, been no mention of the goalkeeper kit, nor a sighting of it in the club store. But Newcastle have seemingly leaked the kit when capturing Tonali’s first visit to the home dressing room at St James’ Park.

In the same colour scheme as last season, a yellow shirt with Sela displayed on the front is hanging on one of the pegs.

Newcastle United goalkeeper Nick Pope.  (Photo by Matt McNulty/Getty Images)Newcastle United goalkeeper Nick Pope.  (Photo by Matt McNulty/Getty Images)
Newcastle United goalkeeper Nick Pope. (Photo by Matt McNulty/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Newcastle fan account NUFC360 spotted the photo on the club website and asked: “Have the club accidentally revealed the home keeper kit?” Indeed, many fans agreed.

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“I was just thinking the same,” said one fan. Another said: “They definitely have.” A few fans, however, did take a different view.

“To be fair I don’t think they’re really hiding it,” said one supporter. “Was in there with work the other day doing the tour and it was up there then.”

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