As the season draws to a close, and with Norwich City's survival all but secured, The Canaries have unveiled the new Norwich City Home football kit for the 2012/13 Premier League season.
Norwich have unveiled their new Errea home kit for the 2012-2013 campaign, with the help of players including Grant Holt and Anthony Pilkington, as well as some prestigious fans including Stephen Fry alongside a viral video campaign.
The theme of the viral video is “Pass it on”, featuring Norwich City players, Aviva staff and other guests including Stephen Fry, who took a break from filming in New Zealand to celebrate the launch of the new home kit.
Norwich City Director Stephen Fry commented: “You know how when you‘re travelling and you see someone in Canary colours and then you leap up to them only to discover it’s a Brazilian kit? Well, in New Zealand I was amazed by how often it really was Norwich. I do hope as many fans as possible will join in with the “Pass It On” campaign and enjoy wearing their colours with pride.”
Norwich continue to wear the canary yellow and green they've worn since the early 1900's, although the look has been changed slightly as Errea have added a collar in place of the v-neck previously worn.
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