Newcastle United unveil 23-24 away kit as Alexander Isak and Sven Botman pictured

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Newcastle United have unveiled their away kit for the 2023-24 season - three weeks after releasing the home shirt.

Newcastle United have unveiled their away kit for the 2023-24 Premier League season.

As revealed by NewcastleWorld in May, the colours of last campaign’s ‘Saudi kit have been reversed. This time the shirt is green, piped with white and has been designed with a pattern, rather than a singular colour block.

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The green kit is likely to prove popular with fans in North East, as well as punters in the Middle East, where owners, the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, are looking to grow the club’s profile and supporter base.

Newcastle United have unveiled their kit for the 2023-24 Premier League season. (Credit: Newcastle United)Newcastle United have unveiled their kit for the 2023-24 Premier League season. (Credit: Newcastle United)
Newcastle United have unveiled their kit for the 2023-24 Premier League season. (Credit: Newcastle United) | Newcastle United

A club statement read: “Newcastle United and Castore have unveiled the club’s brand new away kit for the upcoming 2023/24 season.

“A green shirt with a tonal stripe design will be worn on the road alongside white or green shorts as the Magpies compete on all fronts across domestic competition and the UEFA Champions League.

“Both adult and junior kits will feature recently announced front-of-shirt partner, Sela, with noon.com adorning the left sleeve.

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“Kits retail at £70 for adult male and female replica shirts, and £55 for juniors.

“Supporters can purchase the away kit in-store and online NOW at shop.nufc.co.uk.”

Sela, the Saudi Arabian events company who the Magpies agreed a £25million-a-year front of shirt sponsorship deal with earlier this month, are displayed as the main sponsor.

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