West Ham United have revealed their new home kit for the Premier League season 2024/25, and details of when the away strip will be launched.

The east London club announced today (July 3) that it is excited to unveil the 2024-25 Umbro home kit which is inspired by the Hammers' "golden era".

It features West Ham's traditional claret and blue colours and pays tribute to teams which paved the way for its success.

West Ham were especially successful in the 1960s, a decade when the club had major domestic and European glory, made possible by Bobby Moore, Martin Peters and Geoff Hurst, among others.

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The kit, which marks the 60th anniversary of The Irons' European Cup Winners' Cup triumph, has a classic 1960s style with a round neck and detailing on sleeve cuffs.

West Ham United's away kit will be released on July 8.

A cinematic launch film for the home kit was shot in E. Pellicci – a historic, old school café in Bethnal Green.

It features TV stars including Tony Way and Harry Collett, Cup Winners' Cup legend Brian Deer and Roberta Moore, daughter of Bobby.

Jarrod Bowen, currently with England's national team for the Euros, also appears.