Recent unveilings include several third kits from England’s Premier League, plus long-awaited away kits from Spain’s La Liga, a tribute to health care workers from France’s Ligue 1, and an homage to a legendary reggae artist from a Dutch team
England’s Premier League kicks off on Friday, Aug. 13, with newly promoted side Brentford taking on Arsenal. While some clubs still have kits to release, let’s take a closer look at what has been unveiled so far… (Includes all kits unveiled as of Aug. 11, 2021) Arsenal’s home kit is
Chelsea, Manchester City, West Ham and Watford debut alternate looks for 2020-21; Venezia FC marks return to Serie A after 20 years with gold details on home kit; Union Berlin unveils red home kit
It’s that time of year again: jerseys for club soccer teams across Europe have began to leak in places online. Several Premier League jerseys have cropped up in recent days — let’s take a look: Liverpool (Home) Hoo boy, there’s a lot going on here. Like, a lot a lot.
As of right now, the only club in the Premier League that is outfitted by Nike is Manchester City. However, that number will go up to two for Nike in the 2017-18 season, because Chelsea will be joining City in Nike’s camp. The club itself said that the deal with
We’ve reached December, which means that it’s time for big-time European soccer teams to have their kit designs for next season leaked already. This time, Chelsea have become the latest team to have their shirt designs for next season revealed before this season has reached the halfway point. The supposed
We’ve got another big-time soccer club whose kit design for next season has leaked onto the internet far before a ball is kicked for the season which the kits are intended for. A while back, we got wind of Real Madrid’s kit design for 2015-16, and now thanks to the