If it ain’t broke, Feyenoord aren’t going to fix it.
The Dutch Eredivisie powerhouses, based in Rotterdam, aren’t messing with club tradition for their 2021-22 home kits, manufactured by adidas and unveiled on Friday, June 25. They are half red and half white, just as they have been for many years.
The collars are also half red and half white, with black trim; the collar colours alternate from the colour on that side of the shirt. The sleeves, cuffs and adidas shoulder stripes also alternate based on what colour the main part of the shirt is on that side, and the cuffs also have black trim.
Feyenoord have a new main shirt sponsor this season: EuroParcs, a Dutch travel company.
The home kit will be worn with black shorts and socks, both with white adidas stripes.
Feyenoord are 15-time Eredivisie champions and 13-time KNVB Cup winners.
Photos courtesy Todo Sobre Camisetas