West Ham United unveil new 2022/23 home kit
West Ham United have unveiled the club’s new Umbro 2022/23 home kit which Hammers fans can now get their hands on.
The new claret and blue kit will hopefully see another memorable European campaign after least season’s charge to the Europa League semi-finals.
Following a seventh-placed finish in the Premier League, David Moyes’ Irons will be hoping to go all the way and win the UEFA Conference League after Jose Mourinho’s Roma won this year’s inaugural competition.
The new jersey has taken inspiration from the iconic design which was worn by Billy Bonds’ promotion-winning side from 30 years ago, but the kit also has a modern feel about it.
Featuring the club’s traditional and iconic colours, the claret body part of the shirt is complemented by a scratched graffiti blue and white sleeve detail, which gives the kit that additional feature.
West Ham unveil new 2022/23 home kit
After yet another memorable campaign under the stewardship of Moyes, Hammers fans will be hoping for some exciting additions this summer ahead of yet another assault on the European places.
Following his confirmed departure from Manchester United, Jesse Lingard could return to the London Stadium this summer with the England international available on a free transfer.
After missing out on a place in the European Championship squad, the attacking midfielder will be hoping to secure a place in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad for the tournament in Qatar this winter.
During his loan spell with the Hammers for the second half of the 2020-21 season, Lingard scored nine goals and laid on five assists from 16 games.
According to the Guardian, Moyes is ready to step up his interest in Lingard and the Hammers are close to signing Rennes centre-back Nayef Aguerd for £29.8m and they are also looking to invest in other areas.
And if West Ham can stave off potential suitors for the likes of Declan Rice and Jarrod Bowen, it could be yet another unforgettable season in East London.