Watford will unveil their home kit for the 2014/2015 Championship campaign at The Hornets Shop tomorrow

Watford will unveil their home kit for the 2014/2015 campaign tomorrow

Watford will unveil their home kit for the 2014/2015 campaign tomorrow

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Watford will reveal their home kit for 2014/15 season at The Hornets Shop on Vicarage Road tomorrow.

The unveiling takes place between 5.30pm and 7pm. Head coach Beppe Sannino and a few first-team players will be in attendance to show off the new strip and meet supporters who purchase the kit on the night.

The strip has been produced by Puma and features the logo of the club’s official sponsor 138.com.

Adult short sleeve shirts cost £40 while a children’s short sleeved shirt is priced at £30.

Supporters will be able to online order via thehornetsshop.co.uk from 5.30pm tomorrow.

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7:13am Thu 1 May 14

Robert Peel says...

Surely no self respecting adult will part with £40 for another polyester monstrosity so they can pretend they are a footballer.
Surely no self respecting adult will part with £40 for another polyester monstrosity so they can pretend they are a footballer. Robert Peel
  • Score: -7

7:36am Thu 1 May 14

mellow yellow says...

Right now the one in the picture would be most apt.
Right now the one in the picture would be most apt. mellow yellow
  • Score: 16

7:47am Thu 1 May 14

rayman01 says...

I came to like this year's home kit but was not silly enough to buy it. Away kit looks awful and best reflects our performances. Luv the Horns!
I came to like this year's home kit but was not silly enough to buy it. Away kit looks awful and best reflects our performances. Luv the Horns! rayman01
  • Score: 9

8:23am Thu 1 May 14

jasonwatford says...

well there are 3 nice positive comments to log onto.............
well there are 3 nice positive comments to log onto............. jasonwatford
  • Score: 12

8:41am Thu 1 May 14

mellow yellow says...

jasonwatford wrote:
well there are 3 nice positive comments to log onto.............
So you aren't even remotely quizzical about things that have happened regarding players and tactics this season? I don't call that positive, I call that deluded.
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: well there are 3 nice positive comments to log onto.............[/p][/quote]So you aren't even remotely quizzical about things that have happened regarding players and tactics this season? I don't call that positive, I call that deluded. mellow yellow
  • Score: -2

9:09am Thu 1 May 14

endean2 says...

Far more interested in the players that may play in these shirts next year.
Call me old fashioned but could never accept the annual change of both the home and away shirt, we pay enough money to watch the games already.
Far more interested in the players that may play in these shirts next year. Call me old fashioned but could never accept the annual change of both the home and away shirt, we pay enough money to watch the games already. endean2
  • Score: 10

9:16am Thu 1 May 14

hornetsteve says...

replica 1999 kit!! gained promotion to the prem that season with the great man(gt) managing & how about an announcement confirming the new stand will be named THE GRAHAM TAYLOR STAND, lets hope we can fill it next season and improve the atmosphere & make it our 12th man!! the pozzos deserve our full support next season. COME ON YOU HORNS
replica 1999 kit!! gained promotion to the prem that season with the great man(gt) managing & how about an announcement confirming the new stand will be named THE GRAHAM TAYLOR STAND, lets hope we can fill it next season and improve the atmosphere & make it our 12th man!! the pozzos deserve our full support next season. COME ON YOU HORNS hornetsteve
  • Score: 7

9:23am Thu 1 May 14

Bush Hornet says...

This is a pointless, teasing article about nothing. More important is the renaming of the Rous stand to the Graham Taylor Stand. The Pozzos are honouring the legacy of GT. And now the memory of Stanley Rous, whose only association with Watford was as a teacher at the Grammar School (and who, as FIFA president effectively endorsed Apartheid South Africa), is being reduced. Good.
This is a pointless, teasing article about nothing. More important is the renaming of the Rous stand to the Graham Taylor Stand. The Pozzos are honouring the legacy of GT. And now the memory of Stanley Rous, whose only association with Watford was as a teacher at the Grammar School (and who, as FIFA president effectively endorsed Apartheid South Africa), is being reduced. Good. Bush Hornet
  • Score: 2

9:28am Thu 1 May 14

mellow yellow says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
This is a pointless, teasing article about nothing. More important is the renaming of the Rous stand to the Graham Taylor Stand. The Pozzos are honouring the legacy of GT. And now the memory of Stanley Rous, whose only association with Watford was as a teacher at the Grammar School (and who, as FIFA president effectively endorsed Apartheid South Africa), is being reduced. Good.
Where did you get this news from, Bush?
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: This is a pointless, teasing article about nothing. More important is the renaming of the Rous stand to the Graham Taylor Stand. The Pozzos are honouring the legacy of GT. And now the memory of Stanley Rous, whose only association with Watford was as a teacher at the Grammar School (and who, as FIFA president effectively endorsed Apartheid South Africa), is being reduced. Good.[/p][/quote]Where did you get this news from, Bush? mellow yellow
  • Score: 0

9:33am Thu 1 May 14

Bush Hornet says...

mellow yellow wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
This is a pointless, teasing article about nothing. More important is the renaming of the Rous stand to the Graham Taylor Stand. The Pozzos are honouring the legacy of GT. And now the memory of Stanley Rous, whose only association with Watford was as a teacher at the Grammar School (and who, as FIFA president effectively endorsed Apartheid South Africa), is being reduced. Good.
Where did you get this news from, Bush?
It's on official website
[quote][p][bold]mellow yellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: This is a pointless, teasing article about nothing. More important is the renaming of the Rous stand to the Graham Taylor Stand. The Pozzos are honouring the legacy of GT. And now the memory of Stanley Rous, whose only association with Watford was as a teacher at the Grammar School (and who, as FIFA president effectively endorsed Apartheid South Africa), is being reduced. Good.[/p][/quote]Where did you get this news from, Bush?[/p][/quote]It's on official website Bush Hornet
  • Score: 3

11:19am Thu 1 May 14

Northern Hornet says...

Maybe it won't even be yellow.
Controversy!!!
Maybe it won't even be yellow. Controversy!!! Northern Hornet
  • Score: 0

11:46am Thu 1 May 14

WanderingDynamo says...

It does amaze me people don't check the official site at least every now and again!
It does amaze me people don't check the official site at least every now and again! WanderingDynamo
  • Score: 3

11:59am Thu 1 May 14

Northern Hornet says...

WanderingDynamo wrote:
It does amaze me people don't check the official site at least every now and again!
and bbc!
[quote][p][bold]WanderingDynamo[/bold] wrote: It does amaze me people don't check the official site at least every now and again![/p][/quote]and bbc! Northern Hornet
  • Score: 3

4:53am Fri 2 May 14

29April1975WasBottom says...

How about back to basics and an actual gold shirt circa 1970 Scullion, Endean, etc.
How about back to basics and an actual gold shirt circa 1970 Scullion, Endean, etc. 29April1975WasBottom
  • Score: 0

5:13am Fri 2 May 14

29April1975WasBottom says...

Just thought - an early sausage and beans at the football cafe and over to the shop to see the kit?
Just thought - an early sausage and beans at the football cafe and over to the shop to see the kit? 29April1975WasBottom
  • Score: -1

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