Chiefs' 2022/23 season kit has seemingly been leaked.
Amakhosi have already concluded their 2021/22 season and the club will enjoy the offseason before starting preparations for next season.
A well known football website FOOTY HEADLINES released images of Amakhosi kit which is in plain white.
The kit is believed to be Chiefs' new kit for next season.
The kit is expected to be unveiled by Amakhosi in July/August when the new season starts.
"We can today give you an accurate prediction of Kaizer Chiefs’ 22-23 away kit, which we expect to be released in July / August," wrote an author of the website.
The Jersey has a clean design with golden-yellow logos and the side hem also consist of the same colours.
In 2016 Nike and Chiefs signed a contract extension and the two companies have been working well together for decades.
Source: iDiski Times
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