Newcastle United has revealed its new 2017/18 Puma home kit ahead of the club's 125th anniversary season.

Featuring a new commemorative crest to honour the club's milestone year, the kit also features the Magpies' new sponsor - FUN88 - for the very first time.

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The Far Eastern gaming company has agreed a three-year deal with the club and will feature on all adult shirts and training wear.

Puma has created a classic version of the club's famous black and white stripes for 2017/18, adding black shorts and black socks with a white turnover - a familiar look to some iconic home strips over the years. The club has also selected red numbers and lettering on the reverse of the shirt for its anniversary campaign, a nod to the style worn by many of the club's greatest ever players and teams over the years.

View the: Newcastle United 17/18 Puma Third Kit

View the: Newcastle United 17/18 Puma Away Kit

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  1. Anonymous

Would be masterpiece but the sponsor ruins it


Sponsors have ruined virtually EVERY football shirt sincr the late 70s...

  1. joe    Fan of PROPER Football

only good sponsor that really worked well they had was Newcastle Brown Ale. Northern Rock close second.

  1. Godless Ape

Nice and simple, could have been much better if it didn't look like the sponsor was stuck on as an afterthought. Shit logo too!

  1. Jiminy Christmas

Oh look, another betting company.

  1. dario2379

The kit itself is a decent Newcastle kit – but that sponsor... good god, that's bad!!!

  1. chippy

thought the wonga sponsor was bad this ones hiddeous should have left the top blank

  1. Dodgy Bob McMayday

Just when you thought they couldn't possibly come up with a worse looking sponsor logo than Wonga... Fun 88 take a bow

  1. John Johanson Jacob

nothing compared to last season's kit.

  1. Potts

Not bad butt fun 88 watt a joke

  1. Ebenezer Good

It's a really nice shirt, spoilt by a horrendous sponsor. Shame.

  1. Toony

Stripes and sleeves are smart, proper sized stripes returning back to red letterting / numbers much better. Sponsor is piss poor!!

  1. Toony

HANG on. I did not think teams in the premier league were allowed stripes on the rear of the shirt? Supposedly due to referees, media and spectators not being able to tell who's who LOL

  1. To the forest    Toony

Yes i was wondering that very same thing, this could be a ploy by puma to catch out companies making pirate shirts, then when the real ones come out they will have a plain back

  1. Pedrodelawasp    Toony

Bournemouth and Sunderland both wore shirts with stripes on the backs last season. West Brom, Crystal Palace and Stoke have also done so in several recent seasons.

They would have to have patches on the shirts for European Competitions, though this hasn't been an issue for any of those sides of late.

  1. Anonymous

Nice shirt but surely the names and numbers on the back should be blue, not red!

  1. To the forest    Anonymous

This is a Newcastle tradition to have red numbers

  1. Gary smith

What a horrible kit by puma again go back to adidas , won't be buying one the fun 88 what a joke but only nufc can come up with this what a joke ?????

  1. bhbh

I hope for them they don't go down with FUN on the front of their shirt

  1. J smith

Bring back Adidas , all the puma kits are a joke cheap looking and as for the rubbish on the front fun88 but only nufc can get a crap sponsor

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