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Pre-order your new home shirt with KUMB


Filed: Sunday, 27th July 2003
By: Graeme Howlett


West Ham have confirmed that the new Reebok 03/04 season home shirt goes on sale from 7th August - and you can pre-order yours right here on KUMB!

The new shirt - designed by West Ham's new kit sponsors, Reebok - can be seen in the latest club ad below. You can pre-order yours through KUMB's online partner Kitbag by clicking here:



You can also order the new navy blue away shirt - on sale right now - by clicking here.





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