Tour of European club kit unveilings makes stops in England, Spain, Italy and Germany
We’re reaching the end of the current European soccer season, which means that it’s prime time for the annual tradition of major European soccer clubs seeing their kits for next season get leaked onto the internet. Thanks to the good people over at Todo Sobre Camisetas (who you can find
Last month, we got a look at what was more-than-likely a legit Manchester United 2015-16 away shirt. Now, we’ve probably got a look at what their entire set will look like, as our reliable friends at footyheadlines.com and 101goals.com has gotten a hold of some images that are probably going
It appears that both North London clubs are going back to familiar looks this season; Tottenham Hotspur returned to the white shirt-navy shorts combo that has been a staple of their existence as a football club and now Arsenal have unveiled their new away kit that marks a return to
Everton, Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid, and Zenit all showed new home and away kits, Arsenal released their new Aways, Juventus new Homes. All have similar “Nike-ification” items, such as team sayings inside the neck, team names on back collar, along with the assortment of “lighter, faster cooler” type technology improvements.
Good morning everyone! Here’s what made news around the logo world in the last couple of days: Starting things off with the NCAA where the ASU Sun Devils showed off a picture of their new “bold” football jerseys, more emphasis on the pitchfork and a little more black. The Kentucky