Leicester City

Leicester City reveal 2021/22 home kit featuring new sponsor

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The new sponsor has divided opinion
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Leicester City have revealed their home shirt for the 2021/22 season, which features a brand new sponsor.

The jersey is the fourth released since Adidas took over as their supplier in 2018. The shirt features a striking blue pattern with white and gold trim.

Completing the look are white shorts and blue socks, a change from the all blue strip worn this season. Another addition is a brand new sponsor: global online trading company FBS.

Speaking about the partnership, club CEO Susan Whelan said: "We are tremendously proud to be beginning this partnership with FBS, one of the most exciting and dynamic global financial services companies. Establishing key partners of this scale and ambition has always been a central part of our vision for the Club, enabling us to keep investing in improvement and growth while enhancing the Club’s profile all over the world. We are looking forward to working with FBS to bring to life our vision for the partnership to the world and our global fanbase."

FBS chief Yulia Ivanova added: "We are very excited about this partnership and the opportunity to align FBS with the incredible Leicester City story, which continues to capture the imagination of sports fans all over the world. It will significantly expand our brand positioning and it will help us market our comprehensive solutions portfolio to all customers globally. We are extremely proud to partner with Leicester City and to be part of the Club’s story in the years to come."

The new sponsor brings an end to King Power being on the front of Leicester's shirts, as they have since they took the club over in 2010. It has not yet been announced if the Foxes will wear a different shirt in Europe next term, like they have this season.

If you like what you see, Leicester are currently taking pre-orders for the shirt on their official online store.