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Everton’s Best Kits of the 2010-20 Decade

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Pick your favourite kits from all the different strips Everton wore over the last ten years

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Everton have had a decade of football kits to look back at, with a new home, away and third strip being released every year there have been plenty of delightful designs and eccentric eyesores to look at.

Over the decade, the Blues have switched between three different kit manufacturers, starting off with Le Coq Sportif, the French outfit with the famous rooster trademark, with that three-year deal ending in 2011-12. Next was the two-year stint with worldwide sportswear giant Nike, with most fans quite unhappy about the cookie-cutter strips they provided the Toffees with.

Since then though Umbro have taken over and most fans have been happier with the designs the Blues have been provided with. The 2019-20 season was marked with late deliveries forcing Everton to even wear last year’s third kit for an away game this season, and there have been recent rumours that the Blues might be moving away from Umbro and looking to Danish kit provider Hummel, but there’s been no official confirmation of that.

Here is a gallery of all the kits Everton have worn in the past decade, with kit graphic closeups courtesy of the excellent website Historic Football Kits, the most comprehensive website on the internet you will find tracking strips for various clubs and countries over the years.

Now that you’ve have a chance to look at the kits with an assortment of players wearing them over the last ten years, vote below for all your favourite strips using the form below.

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