Burnley Puma Away Kit 2013/14

Championship club Burnley FC have presented their new Puma away kit for the 2013/14 season. The club, currently managed by former footballer Sean Dyche, finished the 2012/13 Championship season in eleventh place. Burnley unveiled their new Puma home kit in June.

The new Burnley away kit uses the Puma Spirit template. The shirt is primarily white with claret trim. It has a claret round collar with claret flashes. The shirt is complemented with claret shorts and claret and white hooped socks.

Burnley 2013/14 Kit Photo shoot


Images – Club Website

thanks to Gavin

Posted by on July 9th, 2013 in Burnley - Copyright Football Shirts News © 2013

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    1. Andy:

      Have puma only got 2 templates?

    2. Simon Garner:

      Boring and ugly. I see Charlie Austin failed his medical – they discovered 6 fingers and 6 toes!!!!

    3. t'Rovers:

      Turd kit for the team down at Turdmoor.

    4. Doctor's Your Uncle:

      Dull as dishwater. Yawn.

    5. tonesterwolf:

      I quite like it as it looks like a Burnley kit where as Wolves away kit in the same template (but not stripey socks) would look like a Burnley kit if it was a different shade!

    6. Bernie Balm:

      This is the bestest version of this design so far.

    7. Burnleymark:

      Stick to your 15 quid Nike Sunday League efforts Blackburn fans. Hope the neckache has eased from looking up at your neighbours.

      I’d prefer unique designs like errea used to provide for us but happy with the Puma offerings this year.

    8. RoverstilIdie:

      Well done on winning your ‘we finished above Blackburn for the first time in forever’ trophy!! I’m sure it will go down in the history of English football’s greatest achievements!!

    9. Burnleymark:

      Cheers RTID. I expect they didn’t beat the celebrations of David Dunn winning your goal of the season award though.

    10. RoverstiliIdie:


      What? The goal that kept up the record of you not beating us in like 30 years? Yeah that’ll do for me. How are them tours of the Burnlaaah trophy room going btw?

    11. RoverstiliIdie:

      @Burnleymark – although I will agree with you on one thing. I’d also prefer Errea or Joma to make our kits. A tleast they try and you’re not just a number on their books.

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