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Lilywhites Love

When Gareth Bale's professional career began, he was riddled with pesky injuries. He came to the Hotspurs from Southampton in May 2007, and made an explosive impact as a substitute in 2010. Since then, the Welsh midfielder has gone on to grow as a player. Bale uses his height to his advantage as a manipulative winger, and is known for his toughness, strength and aerial prowess.

Show your love for the Lilywhites in their new official home jersey from Under Armour.

Classic, premium look with open collar, embroidered Tottenham Hotspur team badge, embroidered Under Armour logo and screened sponsor design on the front. Tottenham Hotspur team design is subtly screened on the back.

The ultra-lightweight fabric balances durability, breathability, and mobility. Mesh ventilation allows superior airflow and the anti-microbial technology

HeatGear moisture control.

Brad Friedel, Michael Dawson and Kyle Walker will be joined by new signings Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jan Vertonghen in this official Tottenham Hotspur jersey.

100% polyester. Imported.


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