Tottenham reveal their new home and away kits for the 2018/19 season

Tottenham have unveiled the home and away kits for the 2018/19 season — their first season in their new stadium.

Spurs have been using social media to update fans on the progress of the ground, and now another piece of the puzzle for this coming campaign, with supporters now knowing what the players will take to the field in.

The launch of the two strips was marked by a 104-second video, that focused on the building project currently being finished at their old White Hart Lane site, with Nike adding the tagline ‘Built to Rise’ in a nod to the arena.

Harry Kane and his Tottenham Hotspur team-mates have helped the club unveil their new kit
Dele Alli shows off the away kit for Spurs

Harry Kane and Dele Alli pose in the new Tottenham home and away kits for 2018/19

Son Heung-min poses in the new kit
The 2018/19 effort has a navy fade into the shorts

Son Heung-min and Jan Vertonghen posed for the camera in the new top for 2018/19

Davinson Sanchez models the new kit
Lucas Moura also poses in the navy blue strip

Defender Davinson Sanchez and Lucas Moura model the away kit for the north London side

Tottenham unveiled their home threads for the coming season using the tagline 'Built to Rise'

Tottenham unveiled their home threads for the coming season using the tagline ‘Built to Rise’

Striker Harry Kane, fellow England star Dele Alli, Christian Erkisen and Son Heung-min all appear at the end of the video modelling the two kits.

The club later released photos of a number of stars donning the new threads, including Jan Vertonghen, Kane, Son and Davinson Sanchez.

The home top, still sponsored by insurance company AIA, has had a navy fade introduced to the bottom of it, which blends into the shorts.

The away effort is predominantly that same colour on top, save for turquoise sleeves, while the shorts of the same green-blue hue wrapped around the outside.

Spurs players won’t fail to recognise each other from the knee down either, judging by the bright blueish socks.

To spot any supporters in the full kit may prove more difficult however, with the full ‘elite’ kit to set you back £160, with a top worth £90, shorts worth £55 and socks coming in at £15.

The regular, non-fitted version of the top is still £65 on its own.

The north London club also took the opportunity to showcase some of their training range
Christian Eriksen sports a training top

The north London club also took the opportunity to showcase some of their training range

Christian Eriksen, Kane, Alli and Son all appeared in a video used to promote the new range

Christian Eriksen, Kane, Alli and Son all appeared in a video used to promote the new range

#BuiltToRise

Our new 2018/19 @NikeUK kit is on sale now – https://t.co/BDGZn2uX06#COYSpic.twitter.com/aexW3Y0Se4

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) July 19, 2018

Spurs also took the opportunity to show off their new range of training wear for the campaign, as they prepare for life in their new stadium.

Still undergoing construction, Spurs will play their first home game of the season at Wembley against Fulham.

They will move into their new ground in September, when Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side are set to be the first

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