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After barely missing out on UEFA Champions League soccer, Spurs hope to do one better this season in this striking shirt.

White jersey with the darkest blue trim in club history. The color design is a hat-tip to Tottenham teams of the 1960s. Supporters will hope the team can repeat league and cup glories of that era.

Hewlett Packard returns as the shirt sponsor. Fans will remember Spurs players donning the HP logo on their chests during the team's 1999 League Cup victory. Club legends Jurgen Klinsman, now coach of the US Men's National Team, and David Ginola wore the HP shirt during the previous partnership from 1995 to 1999.

The club crest, a fighting cockerel with riding spurs standing atop an early soccer ball, is on the chest.

Andre Villas-Boas will be eager to watch new Brazilian signing Paulinho, American Clint Dempsey and the rest of the squad compete at White Hart Lane in this shirt this season.


Con esta llamativa camiseta, el Tottenham Hotspur espera desempeñar un mejor papel en la nueva temporada. Es blanca y viene con costuras azules más oscuras que cualquier otra en la historia del club, un guiño a las camisetas que vistió el club en la década

The United States joined FIFA in 1913. Karl-Heinz Korbel, who played for Eintracht Frankfurt from 1972 to 1991, holds the record for Bundesliga appearances with 602. The United States is a member of CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football. In the first US Open Cup Final, played in 1914, Brooklyn Field Club defeated Brooklyn Celtic, 2-1. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay.