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hummel, in conjunction with Everton’s official retail partner, Fanatics, have announced the release of a limited-edition shirt that pays tribute to Seamus Coleman’s loyal 15-year reign at Goodison Park.

The warm-up shirt, which incorporates squad number 23, also celebrates the Club captain recently becoming Everton’s record Premier League appearance maker.

And with St Patrick’s Day approaching, the green and blue warm-up top - which carries a bespoke pattern of shamrocks – makes the perfect way for fans to celebrate the occasion.

Allan Vad Nielsen, hummel CEO, said: “We’re honoured to celebrate a player of Seamus Coleman’s stature with this design, which features a unique shamrock pattern, the Club’s modern Tower crest and Seamus’s iconic number 23.

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“With the integration of Ireland's signature green as the primary colour, complemented by the Club's classic blue, our intention is to pay tribute to one of the most popular players in the club's history.

“We hope fans will wear this warm-up jersey with pride, uniting with us in celebrating Seamus's incredible journey at Goodison."

Coleman, along with Everton Women’s Irish duo Courtney Brosnan & Heather Payne, are pictured wearing the new shirt, which will be available online at Evertondirect.com and Fanatics.co.uk from Thursday, 7 March and in-store at Everton One and Everton Two from Friday 8 March*.

The shirt is available in in men’s and women’s versions, priced at £50 for adults and £40 for juniors.

 *Limited stock available at Everton One and Everton Two.

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Quotes sourced from Everton FC press release

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Jeff Spiers
1 Posted 08/03/2024 at 09:31:26
Fucking awful.
Edward Rogers
2 Posted 08/03/2024 at 09:40:41
Jeff, It's not THAT good.
Mark Murphy
3 Posted 08/03/2024 at 10:08:36
Regarding shirts / warm up shirts. Are they available (in adult sizes) without the sponsors name spoiling the front?
Dave Williams
4 Posted 08/03/2024 at 12:02:23
Mick O'Malley
5 Posted 08/03/2024 at 12:36:48
£50 for fucks sake? It looks like a tablecloth out of George and Mildred.

It's hideous

Les Callan
6 Posted 08/03/2024 at 12:51:31
Dread to think what the St George's Day shirt will look like!
Alan McMillan
7 Posted 08/03/2024 at 13:08:40
Jesus Séamus, what did you do to deserve that??

Absolutely vile. And, it's probably not even going to be available to buy in Ireland.

Christy Ring
8 Posted 08/03/2024 at 15:59:01
Even our leprechauns wouldn't wear them!
Mike Doyle
9 Posted 08/03/2024 at 16:08:29
Truly awful. Looks like a bad 'Tie Die' effort from a 1960s art class. Fortunately though, and like most EFC merchandise, it will be almost impossible to find.
Allen Rodgers
10 Posted 08/03/2024 at 16:08:43
Looks like something Hilda Ogden would wear when cleaning the Rover Return
Mike Hayes
11 Posted 08/03/2024 at 16:13:27
It’s hideous ffs insult to Séamus 🤮
Joe McMahon
12 Posted 08/03/2024 at 16:31:43
This is indeed an insult to Seamus, it's vile.
Dave Lynch
13 Posted 08/03/2024 at 16:43:07
My nan had curtains like that in the early 70s.
She had no taste either, bless her soul.
Oliver Molloy
14 Posted 08/03/2024 at 16:52:49
The design department must all have on the weed.
I'd say these will be in the sales bin fairly quickly, and what the fuck is the Hummel smiling gremlin all about ?
Hold back, they will be a fiver in no time!
Dale Self
15 Posted 08/03/2024 at 17:09:09
Hey maaaan, if they were on weed it would have been full on psychedelic, none of this sensible designer psych crap.
Billy Shears
16 Posted 08/03/2024 at 17:43:25
As an avid Blues shirt collector, I think I'll swerve this one as I've only just bought the bottle green third shirt from a few years back, which I'll wear on Paddy's Day.

I just wish both club shops would re-stock our '87 away shirt!

Andy Crooks
17 Posted 08/03/2024 at 17:49:08
Good choice, Billy, who in God's name came up with that?

It's the worst garment I've ever seen, never mind football shirt. I wouldn't put it on a scarecrow.

Colin Glassar
18 Posted 08/03/2024 at 19:02:54
Who’s the moron who designed that abomination?
Michael Bennet
19 Posted 08/03/2024 at 20:37:53
A grown man wearing any footy shirt needs to give there head a wobble
Dale Self
20 Posted 08/03/2024 at 20:40:20
They really put the sham in shamrock didn’t they?
Michael Bennet
21 Posted 08/03/2024 at 20:51:47
It will probably be the same person that recruits our strikers what designed this shirt.
Brian Hennessy
22 Posted 08/03/2024 at 20:59:52
Nice idea, horrible design.
Billy Roberts
23 Posted 09/03/2024 at 10:22:12
Jellyfish floating in a turquoise sea, err.. perfectly embodies Seamus Coleman that doesn't it??

This season needs to end quickly.

Colin Glassar
24 Posted 09/03/2024 at 10:35:39
You’re right, It does look a bit like an aquarium, Billy.
Brian Reidy
25 Posted 09/03/2024 at 12:40:49
That's a shamrock? Bizarre!
Sean Kelly
26 Posted 09/03/2024 at 22:19:52
My nan wore a full-length one of those in the 60s without the Stake logo. She was colour blind.
Si Cooper
27 Posted 10/03/2024 at 15:29:52
Jesus, it's only a bit of fun isn't it, the shamrocks incorporating the 23s? What artistic excellence do people expect from casual sportswear?

If you don't like it, you simply don't buy it. It's not really ‘hurting' your eyes you know.

Lewis Barclay
28 Posted 10/03/2024 at 20:54:01
What was the intention here? If it's to get attention from making an awful piece of clothing, then they are succeeding.

It's so obviously terrible, I can't think that anyone with any working eyesight and brain function would think to release it unless they intended it to be provocative.

Paul Smith
29 Posted 10/03/2024 at 20:58:04
No class at all.

Our kit design has gone downhill along with the club itself. It's fuckin' horrible.

Mike Doyle
30 Posted 10/03/2024 at 21:32:29
It did cross my mind to ask Rob H to ask Seamus for this thoughts next time he sees him. However I’m sure Seamus is far too diplomatic to comment.
Neil Copeland
31 Posted 10/03/2024 at 21:39:34
Apparently the ladies version sold out within hours of it being launched. The lad I travel to away games with and his mate have both bought one.

I don't like it but it seems the younger generation and ladies love it!

Mike Doyle
32 Posted 10/03/2024 at 22:01:13
Neil @31, Perhaps it's my age, but I think one of the saddest sights in football is adults in replica shirts.

Actually the saddest I ever saw was former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen in a replica England cricket shirt – with his own name on the back.

Si Cooper
33 Posted 11/03/2024 at 00:53:09
“I think one of the saddest sights in football is adults in replica shirts.”

What, at the beach, having a barbecue in their back garden, strolling round the shops with the wife on holiday?

Too many people apparently genuinely bothered about what other people choose to wear.

The fans of other clubs really aren't judging EFC based on the sartorial elegance of our supporters, so why do we always get a crowd of ‘dissers' on threads like this?

There really are things far more important to worry about.

Ben Howard
34 Posted 11/03/2024 at 11:13:32
I quite like it, but then I've always had questionable taste! I could have been an Arsenal fan.
Soren Moyer
35 Posted 11/03/2024 at 15:14:53
Bloody awful! My son's pajamas looks better than this.
Mike Hanlon
36 Posted 11/03/2024 at 19:31:17
I actually really like it and am pleased the Club have recognised our historic Irish bond and the service given by Seamus.

I bought this new shirt and it arrived in the post within 48 hours. The shirt looks much better (and greener) in real life, than in the photos which don't do it justice.

Looking forward to wearing it… we could do with some of the luck of the Irish!

Barry Cowling
37 Posted 17/03/2024 at 10:38:37
My god thats ugly. Looks like a set of curtains from the 1950s. We really need to get a new kit designer, in fact we don't even need a kit designer, blue and white home and amber and blue away, simples

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