Fulham boss Martin Jol's Dutch influence at Fulham seems to have extended to the colour of the club's new kit - orange.
The Dutchman will oversee the west Londoners playing in an orange and black change kit next season - the same colour as his native Holland's national strip.
The club launched their new Kappa away kit on Wednesday, replacing the all black home kit from last season, with the slogan 'Oranje is het nieuwe zwart' which translates as 'Orange is the new Black' in Dutch.
Holland are famed for their Oranje kit over the years and Fulham will hope with Jol at the helm and the new kit could see the famous Dutch style of Total Football rub off on their performances away from Craven Cottage next season.
It is not the first time the club have been influenced in their kit colours from people within the club.
Two seasons ago the club had a dark green and gold change kit - the colours of luxury department store Harrods - which was then owned by the club's Chairman Mohammed Al Fayed.
The new away kit may be a break from the traditional black and red away kits, but there are no plans to change the traditional white and black home kit - just as Cardiff have done.