Walsall Football Club revealed their new Home kit for the 2021/22 season.

The home strip is predominantly red with green and white trim across the chest and will be played with white shorts and green and red socks.

The strip is manufactured by the club's official Technical Partners Errea for the fifth season and will once again be sponsored by principal partners HomeServe, who feature on the front and back, while Dains LLP will continue as shorts sponsor across the Home, Away and Third kits.

View the: Walsall FC 2021-22 Away Shirt

View the: Walsall FC 2021-22 Third Shirt

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Comments (15)

  1. A Thomas

Whats with the green??

 
  1. Rob

Awful shirt . Errea have come up with a few decent shirts for various clubs recently , but this looks a a school kit a 10 year old wouldn't want to be seen in . The away kit is just as bad .

 
  1. Joe    Rob

That comment Rob seems a bit harsh, there isn’t really anything wrong with that kit and the colours remind me of Fluminense fc the birthplace of Brazilian football. Each to there own I suppose!!

 
  1. Blues

Well done Walsall, it’s nice to see a club with a unique colour combination, too many kits today are boring Nike or puma templates that supports only like because of the brand logo. Fingers crossed we will see them back taking us on in the championship before too long.

 
  1. Mark    Blues

More likely to be Solihull Moors in the National League .

 
  1. Blues    Mark

Don’t think so I have been keeping a close eye on Walsall and it looks like that are going to have a good season. The build blocks are being laid to hopefully see that at St. Andrews once again.

 

How have they not managed to centre the badge between the green and red, very amateurish.
Nothing wrong with the colours but the kit is like a Jossy's Giants away strip or something of that era.

 
  1. Get Shirty

It’s different, which is good, however the previous comment about the badge is correct, it’s totally let down by what looks like an amateur finish.

 
  1. ShirtsDan

Great kit, love the red, green and white combo, I agree the badge could have been placed better but who notices that when they are on the pitch. Hope you have a good season be nice to see you back in league one.

 
  1. Boz

Nice kit but I’m shocked by some of the comments by a couple of people on here that are not needed and are not helpful at all. Always kept my eye on Walsall since we played them a few years ago, hopefully they are turning it around and will be working their way back up the leagues.

 
  1. Tob

Looks like a cheap Wales shirt, and nobody wants to be mistaken for being Welsh.

 
  1. Anthony

Green. Why ? That's a no no from me

 
  1. Shay Hu

Interesting shirt. I quite like it. But the green was definitely a surprise and not really explained in the blurb. Is there an historical precedent?

 
  1. Gok Wan

red and green should never be seen

 
  1. Neil

We wore green socks between 1977 and 1981. It was re-introduced last season. I believe the original version was the idea of our manager at the time, the famous Dave Mackay.

 
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