The New Everton 2019/20 Home Jersey Has Been Revealed

The launch is complemented by the club's very first 'shirtzine' titled St. Domingo

11th July 2019

The launch is complemented by the club’s very first ‘shirtzine’ titled St. Domingo

Everton and Umbro have released the Blues’ new 2019-20 home kit – combining iconic and identifiable elements of Goodison Park with a bold new design twist.

The 2019-20 kit offers a break away from the traditional solid Blue body of the shirt, with Umbro sticking to their design ethos of creating differentiation through insight.

Instead, Goodison Park’s iconic girders, designed by architect Archibald Leitch, inspire a modern graphic that appears prominently on the chest. Royal blue dominates the rest of the shirt, while highlights on the sleeve cuffs and along the stylised crew neckline showcase the modern graphic seamlessly. 

Alan McTavish, Commercial Director at Everton, said: “For the 2019-20 season we are combining Umbro’s innovative kit manufacturing techniques and performance enhancing material with a design that encompasses both our proud history and our ambitions for the future.

“The crisscross Archibald Leitch girders are synonymous with any match day at Goodison Park. They are a symbol of the unwavering support and strength of our fanbase. Incorporating the design on our shirt for 2019-20 connects the passion of our players, our fans and the Club as a whole, as we move into the new season as an ambitious and forward-looking club.”

Midfielder Tom Davies added: “I really like how Umbro have blended a retro feel into a modern kit, and I think the fans will like it, too. To Everton fans, the Archibald Leitch girders are an iconic part of our historic home and it’s great to see them brought to life in our new home kit.”

To celebrate the launch, Everton have also released its very first ‘shirtzine’ – a limited-edition print magazine titled ‘St.Domingo’ – which was Everton’s original name. Inside St.Domingo, you’ll find a whole host of inspiring features from players, fans and designers as well as various inspirations for the new kit.  

Exclusive interviews include, Richarlison revealing why blue has always been an important colour to him, Seamus Coleman on the constant inspiration of Goodison and its proud history, Tom Davies explaining what it mean to represent the Club as a boyhood Blue, and Danielle Turner and Megan Finnigan on making the most of Everton’s rich past and exciting future.

If you’re not one of the lucky ones who has picked up one of the 1878 copies, then you can check out the digital version of the St.Domingo shirtzine

The new Everton 2019/20 home shirt is available now at

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