PUMA and Sky Bet League One football side Peterborough United F.C have just unveiled the new home jersey for the 2022/23 season. For the new kit, Peterborough wanted to pay tribute to the club’s community by inviting a variety of different fans to be pictured wearing the latest shirt.
By inviting supporters from different ages and backgrounds, Peterborough also included local business owners and club legends to pay tribute to the club’s history in a new launch video aptly dubbed “Our Home.” Peterborough legend and director of football Barry Fry can be spotted in the new video alongside current first-teamers such as Jeando Fuchs, Joe Ward, and Craig Mackail-Smith.
When looking into the design of the new jersey, the color palette stays in keeping with the club’s classic “Royal Blue” design, while the more intricate details include wavy stripes on the body and sleeves. The solid blue-colored back of the shirt is partnered with the round-neck collar and sleeve cuffs that are kept white and along with the Mick George sponsor which is coated in a black outline. Peterborough’s club crest can be spotted on the right side of the chest while the customary
You can have a closer look at the new Peterborough United F.C. home jersey above and you can see the promotional “Our Home” video below. The kit is also available now on the official Peterborough United webstore.