West Ham United revealed their new home kit this morning.

The claret and blue shirt, produced by Umbro, takes inspiration from the jersey Billy Bonds and Trevor Brooking wore in the European Cup Winners’ Cup final in 1976.

West Ham’s kit is once again sponsored by Betway and the front of the shirt, as well as its collar, features the chevron design which was worn by the Hammers during the late 1970s.

The shirt will be worn with white shorts and socks, with the latter containing a claret and blue band.

Speaking to West Ham’s website, club captain Mark Noble said: "Everyone knows that West Ham United is claret and blue, it’s who we are. This season’s kit is a really nice take on that theme and I think the Claret and Blue Army will really like it.”

"It’s the material that is the most important for us players and when we tried it on at the photoshoot the boys were all really impressed with how it felt, and we are really looking forward to playing in it next season."

The Hammers’ Player of the Season Michail Antonio added: “We know how much the fans love to see the new kit, it keeps them going over the summer, and I think they will be proud to pull it on, just like we are as players when we walk onto the pitch.”

“I really like the new design feature on the front, which represents the crossed hammers that are a huge part of this club. It makes the shirt really unique and it stands out for me as one of the best we have had since I joined the Club."

The shirt will cost adults £55, while a junior version is priced at £45.