Norwich City reveal new 2016/17 Championship season away kit

Timm Kloser, left, and Ivo Pinto in the new away kit launched at the Norwich City Colney Training Gr

Timm Kloser, left, and Ivo Pinto in the new away kit launched at the Norwich City Colney Training Ground. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: Copyright: Archant 2016

Norwich City unveiled their away kit for the 2016/17 season at their Colney training ground this afternoon.

The new away kit was unveiled by Norwich City defenders Timm Klose and Ivo Pinto at 4.30pm.

The Canaries released their home kit on July 1 along with a promotional video featuring Martin Olsson, Alex Tettey and Jonny Howson shot in black, white, yellow and green, showing scenes across Norwich.

Steve Balmer-Walters, head of retail at the club, said: 'For the away kit this year, we have blended the shirt, shorts and socks for a complete look, much like this year's home kit.

'The kit is very clean and simple with a strong 70s and 80s Italian feel. I believe that our boys away from home will look ready to do battle and that's what we wanted to achieve in this kit.'

Steve Stone, Norwich City's interim chief executive, said: 'I'm delighted with our new away kit for the 2016-17 season and I think it will be a hit with our fans.

'Once again, our retail team has designed a fantastic away kit for our players and fans to wear across the country away from home.'

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The new away strip was unveiled during a ceremony to mark the official opening of new training facilities at Colney and unveil a plaque commemorating 20 years since majority shareholders Delia Smith, Michael Wynn Jones and fellow director Michael Foulger joined the board.

Pinto said: 'The kit is beautiful and we are really happy with this kit. The first impression is always the biggest one and we are really impressed.'

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