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Leyton Orient reveals 2023/24 season kit

The new kit, which is designed by Puma, includes a home shirt inspired by the ’90s

Credit: Leyton Orient FC

Leyton Orient has revealed its new football kit for 2023/24, which features both modern and traditional design inspired by past kits.

The new red home shirt, modelled in promo material by defender Dan Happe, is inspired by the 1991-92 home kit and features a white band on the upper chest with the Puma logo and Orient’s crest on the right and left side respectively, while four black stripes run from the white band up to the shoulders.

The white away shirt, worn here by right-winger Theo Archibald, comes with a gold gradient chevron pattern on the top of the chest. 


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Meanwhile, the football club’s navy third shirt, worn by Courtney Miller (below) from the women’s team, features a dark blue pattern of diagonal stripes.

Credit: Leyton Orient FC

All three shirts include the Puma logo and Leyton Orient crest as well as new front-of-shirt sponsor Eastdil Secured’s logo on the chest. 

Adult shirts cost £51.99 to pre-order while Junior shirts cost £39.99.

Leyton Orient says the kits will be the first designs worn by the team in Sky Bet League One following last season’s promotion from Sky Bet League Two.

Leyton Orient has been partnered with Puma since the start of the 2022/2023 season. New front-of-shirt sponsor Eastdil Secured replaces Shout, a mental health charity. On the new sponsorship, Mark Devlin, CEO of Leyton Orient said: “Eastdil Secured are experts in their field and I believe this a unique partnership, bringing significant benefits to both organisations and to the community we serve.”

All three shirts are available to pre-order from the Leyton Orient Superstore, with the full kits being made available to purchase at a later date. The football club’s training wear has also been revealed and is available to order on the online store.

You can pre-order the shirts here


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