Jerseys and shorts feature a green and black chevron pattern; first worn Saturday v Stuttgart
The leaks just keep on coming — several more major European soccer clubs have had photos of what appear to be their jerseys for the 2021-22 season surface online in recent days. Let’s go through them … Barcelona (Home) While Barcelona have generally stuck with red and blue vertical stripes
With the German Bundesliga nearing the end of its season, information is starting to leak out online about the jerseys some clubs will be wearing during the 2021-22 season. Here’s a look at what we know so far: Borussia Dortmund (Home) Soccer jersey blog FootyHeadlines is reporting from multiple sources
When Puma unveiled unconventional secondary jerseys for four countries competing in Euro 2020 this summer, there was speculation on whether we would see a similar template ported over to the major European soccer clubs that Puma outfits for the 2021-22 season. Well, that looks to be the case. Soccer blog
Over the past week, photos purportedly of next season’s jerseys for several major European football clubs have popped up across the internet. Let’s take a look at some of them: Manchester City (Home) Clubs often use significant moments from their histories to inspire kits, but not usually one as recent
German Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund turned the clock back to the 1990s with a special jersey they unveiled on Sunday. The jersey is mainly black, with neon yellow sleeves and white trim around the cuffs and collar. The shade of yellow on the sleeves is inspired by kits worn by
The early kit unveilings by the major European powers of soccer continue, and this time it comes from last year’s Champions League winners and current Bundesliga champions, Bayern Munich. For the 2014-15 season, Bayern will be going back to a look that they utilize every few years, it seems: Stripes.
Defending German Bundesliga/DFB Pokal/UEFA Champions League winners Bayern Munich have released their away kits for the 2013-14 season, and they’re definitely a point of conversation. The white shirts-brown shorts combo is meant to invoke the illusion of the players wearing lederhosen, with the motto of “More Bayern than ever before,”