West Ham and Union Berlin also unveil away kits; Watford releases home kit for Premier League return; Levante throws kitchen sink at home kits but keeps away kits simple
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
Two big clubs in European have unveiled to the world what they’re going to look like for the 2017-18 season. However, one club did so on purpose and the other club had one of their players jump the gun. First, let’s take a look at the official primary kit unveiling
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
The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League are about to start their group stage action, and this is normally the time when the bigger clubs of Europe like to show off their third kit. For six of the biggest clubs of all of Europe, adidas has decided to outfit
While North America’s May offers a relative void of new uniform unveils—we’ve already seen what NFL and MLB plan to offer and NBA, MLS and NHL are too busy playing games to give us anything new—we can turn to international soccer for some colorful interest. As teams finish up their
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.