The kit, which may be worn away to Liverpool on the last game of the season, is straight silver colour with a pinstripe detail running down the middle.

There are two black lines that run parallel to the collar and meet in the middle. While the Wongo logo is in blue, as is the Puma cat logo. The top will be paired with grey shorts and socks, which have black detail and blue logos.

The famous away shirts worn by Geordie icons like Peter Beardsley, Chris Waddle and Paul Gascoigne inspired the new kit.

The goalkeeper’s top is orange, which suits the Toon’s Dutch goalkeeper Tim Krul just fine. The design copies that of Puma’s World Cup ‘keepers tops, and has maze pattern in the centre of the jersey. Stuart Middlemiss, director of retail at Newcastle United, said: “The new away kit is a celebration of one our most iconic shirt designs, with some of our most famous players in the modern era wearing the all silver kit between 1983 and 1988. “I’m sure it will be extremely popular and that our players and supporters will be as equally proud to wear it.

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