Burnley have unveiled their new home kit which sees them return to Umbro for the first time in nearly 40 years.

The Clarets last wore a strip from the manufacturer back in the 1980/81 season but the double diamond logo is back for the 2019/20 campaign at the start of a three-year deal.

The home shirt features a rib-crew neckline, with sky blue sleeves and contrast claret shattered diamond print and panel to sleeves.

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It also features a full-colour woven crest with ‘The Clarets’ emblazoned on the neck.

The white shorts include a two-contrast coloured panel side seam, with full-colour woven crest, internal drawcords and elasticated waistband.

White home socks with sky blue contrast side leg panel and BFC wording finish off the kit.

It will be on sale in store at Turf Moor and online from this Saturday, July 6 with second and third kits to follow in the coming weeks.

Umbro currently supplies kit and training wear to more than 150 professional teams around the world, including Premier League sides AFC Bournemouth, Everton and West Ham United.

Sam Lucas, head of sports sponsorship at Umbro UK, said: “We’re delighted that Burnley will be wearing the famous double diamond again from the start of next season.

“They are a club with history and tradition while looking to build their future, which goes hand-in-hand with our brand values - and we hope that we can again create more memories, on and off the field.

“I’m sure the passionate fans will love the bespoke kits we’ve created in partnership with the club, and we’re all looking forward to seeing them being worn by fans and players in the coming months.”

Anthony Fairclough, head of commercial affairs at Burnley, said: “We welcome Umbro on board again and look forward to a fruitful partnership.

“Their iconic brand has stood the test of time and we are delighted to agree this three-year deal as we look towards a fourth season in the top-flight of English football for the first time since the start of the 1970s.”