Wolves Puma Kits 2013/14

Wolverhampton Wanderers have launched their new Puma kits for the 2013/14 season. Wolves are currently lying in 22nd place in the Championship, in a close relegation battle with Barnsley and Peterborough United.

2013/14 Home Kit

The new home kit respects the club’s iconic gold and black colours yet features a new design, which is welcomed comfortably by the club’s new main sponsor, ‘What House?’.

The shirt features the PUMA King template with the famous two stripes within the neckline, which as described by the club, represent the passion and loyalty of the fans.

2013/14 Away Kit

The new Wolves away shirt is mainly purple  with a white trim. This new colour follows predominantly blue, white and black away kits in previous seasons.

Source – Club Official Website

Posted by on April 23rd, 2013 in Wolverhampton Wanderers - Copyright Football Shirts News © 2013

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  1. Andrew Rockall:

    Oooh, not very good at all!

  2. whatyatalkinboutWILLIS:

    This could be good but its just off. The puma logo and crest are too far apart on the home n the away just isnt nice. League 1 kit league 1 club

  3. Tom:

    Actually, not bad.

    But it’ll be let down by every team in the world having a slight variation of this kit. Puma don’t like deviating much from their standard templates…

  4. Frank Sidebottom:

    “…with the famous two stripes within the neckline, representing the passion and loyalty of the fans…”

    Oh God yeah – those two stripes, whenever I see them I think: ‘nothing screams more obviously ‘passion and loyatly of fans’ than those two stripes. You know they do. They really do.’

    (They don’t.)

  5. Forest fan Nick:

    Better than Burda though Wolves fans?

  6. tonesterwolf:

    @4 – I liked the fact Burrda always gave us our own designs – remember when us, Watford and Leicester had completely different templates, but the material and workmanship was poor. I think these will be better quality but I’m not sure I like the fact other Puma teams will be wearing the same but in different colours. In all like the home ( will be buying at the Burnley game Sat ), not too sure about the away ( wanted a return to white ), like all GK tops and thanks to Whathouse for agreeing to have the sponsor in black (red in their corporate colour) after those horrible red and blue Sporting Bet logos!!

  7. Steven:

    If Rangers get a cheap and nasty teamwear template like this I will not be happy.

  8. EagleJim:

    Sorry Wolves fans but these look like League 1 kits to me!!!

  9. Greg:

    Bring back the classic Puma kit from the mid 1990s with the black sleeves and side pnels where the old gold section was the shape of the Wolf logo. Brilliant design, nay sublime

  10. rooney is soooo ugly:

    nice kits . puma are ok sometimes

  11. 1881:

    Quite like the home- I didn’t at first glance. Looks better in the video. Away too much like a goal keepers shirt I reckon. Still think I prefer the old school lace up on the Uruguay neck though..

    Greg- definitely a classic shirt – my mate had one circa ’97 even though he didn’t know who Wolves were..just a classic

    Also agreed on the sponsors- good on them for bucking the recent trend and allowing the change of colours to fit the shirt.

  12. Vern Fonk:

    It’s time Wolves changed their crest. That hexagon design looks dated.

    Wolves should have better kits than they’ve had. Great colours, always poor designs.

  13. Augustus:

    I like the wolf’s head logo itself, but the hexagon around it should go. Home kit is OK. I hope Wolves stay up.

  14. Korts:

    Wolves should’ve stuck with Burrda; while just a bit worse than Puma, quality-wise, at least they made an effort of providing specially made designs. Better than this teamwear catalogue junk.

  15. RooneyFan(Parker)MessiSucks:

    I hate puma kits, well most of them. I hate this one.

  16. Vern Fonk:

    Wolves haven’t had a good kit since 92. 20 years of s#it kits.

    The 75-77 kit is their best IMO. It was the right shade of gold. It had the classic three wolves badge in the centre of the shirt with the WW next to it. It also had the cool umbro badge with the word umbro inside the diamond. I can’t think of any other side that had that design of logo on their shirts. I think umbro missed the boat bringing back that logo for the tailored by line.

    Wolves could have fantastic kits if they did a few tweaks like change the badge.

    The Uruguay design would have been great for WW but they ended up with a lame team wear kit.

  17. aditoff:

    I liked the Wolves shirts when they were sponsored by Goodyear, the colours linked well.Agree with Ver Fonk about Umbro, hope they get some new clients this coming season. Also hope Wolves stay up, think they will.

  18. DJ-Frezzie:

    these shirts are

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  19. FOTHERINGHAM:

    look like barselona away without yellow

  20. JARKKO:

    Not familiar with ‘barselona’….where do they play?

  21. D King:

    Greg @ no 8 – Yes, someone agrees with me at last. I rate that shirt as the clevest shirt I have ever seen. I defended this shirt in Dave Moor’s excellent book “The Worst Football Kits of all Time”

    This shirt is quite nice, but will no doubt be an overused template, and as Frank Sidebottom said, what a load of rubbish about the 2 lines.

    As Tonsterwolf pointed out, good to see a sponsor fit in with the shirt colours.

  22. Sainty:

    Great kit for a great club, unfortunately they will be showcasing it in the 3rd tier :-\

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