Everton have unveiled their third strip for the 2020-21 season, courtesy of players from the club’s disability football teams.
The third and final kit released in hummel’s first year as the club’s technical partner is described as ‘seafoam green and charcoal’. It was modelled by James Ditchfield, James Lang, Daniel Daley, Latif Ali, Mollie and Kelsey Jones, who all represent one of Everton in the Community’s 11 disability teams.
The strip features hummel’s signature chevrons in charcoal along the sleeves and shoulders, as well as charcoal piping on the sleeves and ‘1878’ written on the back-of-neck.
The charcoal shorts feature green chevrons, while the seafoam socks contain charcoal chevrons on the front. The seafoam colour is described as a nod to Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, which will soon be home to Everton once their stadium move to Bramley-Moore Dock is completed.
The goalkeeper’s third kit is black and gold, again containing the soundwave designs on the front of the home and away keeper kits, and again only available in short sleeves.
This launch commemorates 20 years since Everton in the Community’s Disability Programme began, a scheme which has helped more than 1,200 disabled people, and hummel has also pledged to invest directly into Everton’s disability projects.
This includes leading a 12-month education and training initiative that will see 20 Everton in the Community participants join the Stage One Coaching Programme, opening up opportunities for roles as disability coaches in the future.
The new third kits are available to buy immediately online here, or from Everton’s two official stores, Everton One and Everton Two, from 10am BST today.