The new Crystal Palace away strip, in partnership with PUMA, was revealed on Wednesday night at a special event for supporters at Boxpark Croydon.
Next season's change strip is the 'Palace PUMA Sash', featuring an iconic design that was voted one of the best 10 kits of all time. It celebrates the 40th anniversary of one of the most memorable seasons in the club's history when the 'Team of the 80s', - the exciting young side managed by Terry Venables - won promotion to the First Division.
Vince Hilaire, a key member of the 1978/79 team, was at the photoshoot to see the away kit being modelled by emerging young star, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Wilfried Zaha, the best-known product of the club’s academy.
The away kit will be worn for the first time during the 2018-19 pre-season, and will be on sale from early July. Pre-orders can be made now.
Check out our gallery above of the new Palace PUMA Sash.