West Ham have launched their new third choice strip for the upcoming campaign, which pays tribute to the kit worn by the players when West Ham last lifted the FA Cup back in 1980.
Revealing the news on their official website, it was announced that the navy blue strip would feature the crest that was worn on the back of the shirt neck on that historic day 39 years ago, when a Trevor Brooking goal saw West Ham beat Arsenal 1-0 in the Wembley final.
Going in to further detail, the club statement noted how a pink trim would be present on the collar and shoulder.
Further publicising the move on Twitter, England international Declan Rice can be seen modelling the kit, alongside teammate Manuel Lanzini
The club confirmed that the strip will be on full display when the side take on Manchester City
The kit is now available on the club's official merchandise website, or at any of its four official club stores across London, whilst the home and away kit are also on sale, ahead of West Ham's opening Premier League
Umbro remain the kit sponsor for West Ham