Charlton's 2018/19 third kit revealed

Charlton Athletic have revealed the third kit which will be worn during the 2018/19 season.

Last week saw the unveiling of our new home and away hummel strips, both of which were inspired by popular Addicks kits worn during the 1990s.

The yellow and blue strip, modelled by Chris Solly, will only be worn when necessary, against teams who sport red and white on their shirts, meaning Charlton will begin their season against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in the striking outfit.

Unlike the home and away kits which are both bespoke and had been designed based on consultation with supporters, the third kit is, like last season’s white number, from hummel’s catalogue of designs.

The yellow shirts carry hummel’s distinctive chevrons down the sleeve in black and are complemented by blue shorts with yellow trim and yellow socks with blue trim. Originally, the Addicks were due to wear their new white away kit for Tuesday evening's friendly clash against Brighton & Hove Albion at The Valley, but will now take to the SE7 turf in the new third strip. Tickets for the pre-season match are available to purchase by clicking here.

It will be the first time that the club have worn yellow as a change strip since the period between 2003 and 2005 during which Charlton recorded their highest Premier League finish of seventh.

Unlike last season, a limited number of this year’s third kit will be available to purchase from the Valley Superstore online and in person from Monday, August 6th. 

Adult shirts will be priced £45. Junior shirts will not be available.

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