Defenders Issa Diop and Fabian Balbuena, alongside former Hammer Ray Stewart (Credit: West Ham United)
The Umbro strip provides a trip down memory lane for nostalgic Irons fans who remember the success from the 1979/80 season.
That 1-0 win against Arsenal at Wembley remains West Ham’s most recent major honour, with just a second division title a year later and a pair of play-off triumphs this century.
Captain Mark Noble said: “To wear this shirt, especially with the West Ham badge on it – it takes an honest player, hard-working, a player that leaves everything on the pitch and plays for the crest on the shirt.
“When you play for this club, you join a family and players do realise that this is not just an ordinary football club, this is a great football club, with a great history, and the shirt represents just that.”
The home shirt is the usual claret and light blue, with more prominence given to the blue at the top of the jersey.
The shorts are claret as are the socks, apart from a blue hoop at the top.
The away ensemble is all white.
Forward Marko Arnautovic does not appear in any of the pictures shared by West Ham.
The Austrian nearly moved to China in the January transfer window, and his absence from the photos suggests he may not be at London Stadium when the season gets underway in August.
The shirt is available to pre-order now and goes on sale in stores on Thursday, 13 June.Tags: Football, West Ham United
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