Yesterday evening West Bromwich Albion confirmed our two changes kits for the Championship campaign of 2018/19.
The two designs are a throwback to our heritage and of course the yellow and green makes its return, but we also have a tagged ‘futuristic’ black and cyan blue offering in the alternative.
Line-up complete ????????
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) August 1, 2018
The yellow and green first made its debut back in the 1970s and it comes with the WBA logo embroidered on the left breast as an added special touch in place of the club logo. That detail and touch is replicated on the socks.
Both variants are on sale now (online) and deliveries should land on Monday, August 6 – the club store will be stocked from 9am on Saturday, August 4.
Prices are £50 adults and £40 juniors which is a shame, but such are football shirt pricing these days.
With fans already showing their excitement at the teasers about the iconic yellow and green making its return this year, it was obviously extremely warmly welcomed on social media when the announcement was made. There was plenty of love for the alternative strip as well.
All about the away kits this year ????????
— JohnH_WBA (@Hypersonic1983) August 1, 2018
Please, please, please just make that yellow and green one the perma-away-kit.
— David Law (@DavidLawTennis) August 1, 2018
Blooming gorgeous and the kits aren’t bad either ????
— Sandra Hughes (@phoenixbaggie) August 1, 2018
The greatest set of shirts I have ever seen as a Baggies fan. ????????????????
— Rob Paddock (@RobPaddockWBA) August 1, 2018
Green and yellow is wonderful… No silly pin stripes, zig zags or shadow print ! Just stripes ????????
— neil (@vespaned) August 1, 2018
Very decent indeed well done puma ????⚽️
— Andy Grigg (@monkeynuts65) August 1, 2018
Wonderful New kits????????
— Cyprian Paul (@CyprianPaul7) August 1, 2018
Best ever away kit since 1978. Definitely buying it. Come on you Baggies.
— Craig Ruff (@CraigoRuff) August 1, 2018