West Ham have unveiled their new home kit for the 2021/22 Premier League season.
The kit, done by Umbro, is inspired by the iconic shirt worn by Paolo Di Canio and co at the turn of the Millennium.
Fans will see the return of the kit as David Moyes' side prepare for their first-ever UEFA Europa League group campaign.
The Home Kit features the Club’s traditional colours, with the shirt’s Claret body being complemented by Blue detailing on the sleeves, White Shorts, and Claret Socks.
"The Kit design evokes memories of Di Canio’s unforgettable volley against Wimbledon in March 2000 – a goal voted the best ever scored at the Boleyn Ground – as well as that famous European awayday in Metz when Trevor Sinclair, Frank Lampard and Paulo Wanchope all found the back of the net to seal our UEFA Intertoto Cup success in August 1999," read part of the statement on the club's website.
Wolves Home Kit
Elsewhere, Wolves have also unleashed their kit for the upcoming season.
This will be the first shirt made by Castore, their new partners having ditched Adidas.