SAINTS have launched their new kits for 2019/20, revealing the new LD Sports logo that will adorn the middle of the shirt.

All three strips are noticeably different from last season’s version and will go on sale on Friday, 28 June, although you will be able to pre-order them online from Monday, 20 May.

It’s the first time Saints supporters have seen how the new shirt will look with LD Sports being the main sponsor.

The Chinese company, which is yet to have a website or social media presence, agreed a ‘record-breaking’ three-year deal to replace Virgin Media.

All we know about LD Sports is that it’s an unlaunched sports platform and that it has nothing to do with Saints’ majority shareholder Gao Jisheng.

In a press release that accompanied the announcement of the deal, it described LD Sports as, “a brand new sports content, marketing and entertainment platform, which is launching this summer for the Chinese market”.

The new sponsor did have a website up, although it was quickly taken down after the announcing. Before it disappeared, there wasn’t any mention of its new deal with the St Mary’s side

Kit maker Under Armour has given the home kit a new look with thicker stripes and red and white socks.

Daily Echo: Danny Ings models next season's home shirtDanny Ings models next season's home shirt

The away kit has seen a dramatic move away from the previous season, as the yellow and blue shirt has been replaced with a grey and yellow colour scheme.

Saints’ third choice strip hasn’t escaped an overhaul in style either.

It will be predominantly white, with a blue shoulder adorning the top of the kit.

Daily Echo: Jan Bednarek wearing next year's away kitJan Bednarek wearing next year's away kit

Goalkeeper Angus Gunn will also have a new kit to wear next season, as his home shirt will be sky blue. The away goalkeeping shirt is going to be all pink.

The club revealed their new kit with a mockumentary that pokes fun at the music festival that never happened, Fyre.

Daily Echo: Jannik Vestergaard in the third choice shirtJannik Vestergaard in the third choice shirt

It sees Ralph Hasenhuttl, Maya Yoshida and Danny Ings being sold a pipedream of launching the shirt on a remote island.

You can watch the video here >>>

Charlie Read, Head of Brand and Marketing at Saints, said: “The launch of a new kit is always a highlight moment of the year for fans and players alike.

“This year’s home kit features the iconic red and white stripes that Southampton FC are known for.

“While Mbilly wasn’t able to sell in his ludicrous Saynts Festival pipedream, the club still wanted to create something unique to celebrate the launch of the new kits and give something back to our fans, which is why we will be hosting our own fan event at St Mary’s on Saturday 29th June.”