Watford have unveiled their new kit made by Kelme for the upcoming 2020/21 season.

The kit is the first to be made by the Spanish sports manufacturer, who will be making the club's kits for the next four seasons.

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The yellow design with black sleeves and a black sunbeam pattern around the club crest was revealed with a video on the club YouTube channel at midday today.

Watford Observer:

Speaking about the deal with Kelme earlier in the summer, club chairman and CEO Scott Duxbury said: "We are delighted to partner with Kelme, and to be the first British club to wear its kits.

“Already famous across Europe, South America and Asia, we are excited that our players and fans will benefit from the quality and distinctiveness of their products.”

Carlos Garcia Cobaleda, Global Marketing and Sponsoring Director of Kelme, said: “We will develop our global capacities to make this wonderful team and their loyal fans benefit from our outstanding total look official club collection, as well as providing huge exposure thanks to our significant presence in Asia, where Watford FC will be one of our main assets.”