What do you think of Watford's new home shirt?
5:20am Friday 10th August 2012 in Latest Sport
Pictured is Watford's new home shirt following the club's change of sponsor last week.
The Hornets decided to switch from their original sponsorship deal with the Happy Egg Company to SEGA and Sports Interactive - the companies behind the iconic Football Manager game.
Managing director of Sports Interactive, Miles Jacobson, who is a lifelong Watford supporter, was seen holding the shirt with Gianfranco Zola before Sunday's match against Tottenham Hotspur.
Supporters can pre-order the new shirt here or at the Hornets Shop, which is in the north-east corner of the stadium.
Short-sleeve shirts cost £29.99 for juniors and £39.99 for adults, whilst long-sleeve tops are £34.99 and £44.99.
Watford are yet to play in the new Football Manager-sponsored shirts as the tops were sponsor-less once again at the weekend against Spurs.
It is unclear whether the shirts will be ready in time for Saturday's Capital One Cup game with Wycombe Wanderers.