Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Austria Unveil Puma Euro 2020 Away Kits

The rumours were indeed true – four countries outfitted by Puma unveiled their Euro 2020 away kits on Thursday, all of which feature an unconventional template. Photos of the kits made their way onto the internet last week, and SportsLogos.net reported on the leaks on Saturday. The player kits that

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Puma to Use Unconventional Template for Euro 2020 Away Kits?

Nations outfitted by Puma may be using an unconventional template for their away kits when they take the pitch for Euro 2020 later this summer. According to leaked photos posted this week by soccer jersey blog Todo Sobre Camisetas, four nations in the tournament who have kit deals with Puma

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FC Barcelona Put Special Twist on Jersey for Special Match

Spanish soccer giants FC Barcelona put a special twist their usual blue-and-red striped primary jerseys for a special match over the weekend. On Saturday, Barça debuted a new jersey for their ‘El Clasico’ match against long-time rival and fellow La Liga powerhouse Real Madrid. The shirt incorporates yellow gradients into

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Colorado Rapids Introduce Minty Fresh ‘Class 5’ Kit

Inspired by the rugged beauty of the nearby Rocky Mountains, Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids unveiled their new secondary kit on Friday, dubbing it the “Class 5” kit. The jersey is a pale mint green with dark green accents and a henley collar. Topography lines are embossed on jersey, representing

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Ten New International Soccer Kits Released This Week

With club soccer pausing for another international break, a slew of new national team kits were released this week — many of which were supposed to be released last year for Euro 2020 but were delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at what had been unveiled as

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Toronto FC Introduce 2021-22 Home ‘A41’ Kit

Major League Soccer outfit Toronto FC officially unveiled their new home kit for the 2021-22 season on Saturday on social media — confirming a design that had been inadvertently leaked by one of their players about a month ago.. The club is calling this the “A41” kit, an abbreviation of

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