Football kit news from Sky Bet League Two as new Leyton Orient 2021-22 home kit has been officially unveiled, and for the second season running its sponsored by England and Tottenham forward Harry Kane.
For the second season running the England captain has sponsored Leyton Orient. During the 2020-21 season Kane donated the space on the front of the clubs shirts to three different charities.
The 2021-22 season will one again see Kane donate the space on the front of the home, away and third shirts to three separate charities.
The 2021-22 Leyton Orient home shirt is predominantly red with a tonal sash running diagonally across the front of the jersey.
The trim on the collar and the New Balance logo on the right breast are coloured white.
On the left breast is the Leyton Orient crest.
In the centre of the football shirt is the Tommy Club logo.
The Tommy Club which is run by Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI) is a new charity aimed at supporting vulnerable Armed Forces Veterans.
The funds raised through Tommy Club provide the vital welfare support and employment opportunities military veterans need to overcome challenges caused by physical or mental disability and regain their independence.