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Cruz Azul 2021 Joma Special Edition Shirt

This is the new Cruz Azul Special Edition shirt.

The design by Joma, with a jacquard pattern consisting of a repetition of the number 9, is in sky blue with contrast collar and cuffs.

San Marino 2021 Macron 90th Anniversary Shirt

This special ‘limited edition’ jersey, made by Macron, celebrates 90 years of history of the San Marino Football Federation.

A unique jersey from the colours used, taken from the first historical flag of San Marino (from 1465 to 1797) to the graphic details that refer to the national identity.

Sampaio Corrêa Shirt Concept by Sithuralom

The result of the 225th stage of the DesignFootball.com Kit of the Week challenge (KOTW 225) is one of the least surprising there was in some time.

While the voting was far from unanimous, and there were several sublime entries, Sithuralom’s shirt design for Brazilian side Sampaio Corrêa is a masterpiece, and they’re truly deserving of their victory.

1969 Umbro Brochure Pages

Umbro have quite the pedigree in football kit design — they have been around for very close to a century — and way back in 1969, the year of these catalogue pages, they were a dominating force.

Even something as simple as their “Blue ‘C’ Nylon” sock range excites — they did, after all, have a “l-o-n-g wear guarantee” — but the “Denis Law umbroset for boys” is another level.

Going, Going, Gone — Johnny Rep’s Netherlands 1978 World Cup Jersey

This is a Netherlands shirt issued to Dutch footballing legend Johnny Rep for the 1978 World Cup in Argentina and recently sold at auction for £3400.

The classically styled adidas design is from one of the Oranje’s black-trimmed eras and is most associated with the run to the World Cup Final in South America, where Rep and co eventually came up short against the hosts.

JEF United 2022 Hummel Home Kit

This is the new JEF United Chiba 2022 Home shirt.

The Japanese J2 League side’s Hummel design for the coming season is in yellow with green, red used more sparingly, and blue through the main sponsorship “patch”.

Lotto Maestro 100 IV FG — Black / Acacia Green

Control the game wearing Lotto Maestro 100 IV FG firm ground football boots in All Black/Acacia Green, featuring a new soleplate and heel unit to enhance support and stability as you move.

Designed for creative players, the Lotto Maestro 100 IV FG continues the Maestro range’s focus on control and fit, with significant upgrades throughout the boot providing a more comfortable, more natural playing experience than ever before.

Lotto Solista 200 IV FG — Black / Asphalt / Vapor Gray

Lead the next generation of speed wearing Lotto Solista 200 IV FG football boots in All Black/Asphalt/Vapor Gray, designed to make the fastest players even faster.

Setting you up to combine raw pace with stunning agility, the Lotto Solista 200 IV’s one-piece upper keeps weight to a minimum while the knit elastic mesh wraps the foot like a glove.

Lotto Solista 100 IV Gravity SGX — Black / Asphalt / Vapor Gray

Lead the next generation of speed wearing Lotto Solista 100 IV Gravity SGX football boots in All Black/Asphalt/Vapor Gray, designed to make the fastest players even faster.

Setting you up to combine raw pace with stunning agility, the Lotto Solista 100 IV Gravity’s laceless one-piece upper keeps weight to a minimum while the knit elastic mesh wraps the foot like a glove.

Newcastle United 2021-22 Castore Retro Limited Edition Shirt

This Newcastle United 21/22 Retro Limited Edition Shirt has been inspired by classic shirts of the past for a stylish throwback look.

Tradition meets technology with lightweight, highly breathable and moisture-wicking fabric. Complete with high-stretch fabric to offer ease of movement and comfort of fit.

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2019/20 Football Kits: Confirmed Designs & Rumours for Europe’s Top Clubs

As we gear ourselves up for a summer without domestic football, clubs right across Europe are starting to reveal the kits they’ll be sporting in 2019/20.

Here’s a roundup of the latest kit news for the Premier League and Europe.


Aubameyang and Lacazette with the new Arsenal kit for the next season. Both shirts looks amazing. Adidas will rock it with Arsenal.  pic.twitter.com/xEDM5IeuN2

— Arsenal Related  (@ArsenalsRelated) May 22, 2019

One thing we can be certain of is that is that Arsenal’s new kit will be manufactured by adidas, after the Gunners announced they signed a £300m kit deal which will come into effect at the start of the 2019/20 season.

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There’s no official confirmation just yet, but an image has been circulating online which shows Arsenal duo Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sporting what appears to be the very-tidy looking home and away kits.

Aston Villa

The ​Villans return to the Premier League in their traditional claret and blue colours, with their new sponsor W88 featured quite prominently in the centre of the shirt.

The one we’ve all been waiting for!

We are delighted to confirm the signing of @OfficialTM_3 from AFC Bournemouth on a permanent deal.

More details on our latest signing and our brand new home kit for 2019/20 https://t.co/sbUZkvakwo #MingsAnnounced #AVFC pic.twitter.com/8RNLlejoLl

There’s no missing that.​


​Bournemouth’s 2019/20 home kit has a familiar look to it as Umbro have opted not to tweak with the traditional red and black striped too much.

It does feature a subtle diagonal pattern on the inside of the red stripes to spice things up a little and is completed by black shorts and black socks. The away kit features a clean white shirt, paired with blue shorts, whilst the third kit resembles a badly failing yellow/green highlighter.

Our new @UmbroUK away kit looking fresh last night. ⚪


Chelsea released their 2019/20 home jersey at the start of May, revealing it to be an interesting twist on the usual formula. The kit features a blue shirt and shorts, with the shirt taking inspiration from Stamford Bridge, with the stadium being woven into the design.

The away kit is yet to be released, but it is expected to feature a white shirt with blue and red accents, while the third kit is rumoured to be a smart black and orange effort.

Crystal Palace

Go on then — how much do you ❤ our @pumafootball 19-20 Home Kit?

​Crystal Palace’s 2019/20 home kit has plenty going on, with the usual red and blue stripes being accompanied by white accents throughout.

Their away kit is even more dashing, with an all-black strip, dominated by some colourful lighting stripes in the middle of the shirt, going down a treat with supporters.


Everton’s home shirt for the 2019/20 season has been revealed, with the most striking aspect being the pattern emblazoned across the chest that symbolises the Archibald Leitch steelwork which has become synonymous with Goodison Park.

| How the Archibald Leitch steelwork synonymous with Goodison Park became immortalised in fabric.

Our new 2019-20 home kit! Pre-order now in time for release on 18 July. @UmbroUK

The Umbro designed kit comes in the Toffees’ classic blue colour and is set to be released on July 19th, with the club already taking pre-orders ahead of the official release. ​

Leicester City

​​Leicester have released their home kit for 2019/20, which will feature a faded chequerboard design on a blue shirt, with gold accents.

Their away kit(s) have also been confirmed — no official third kit according to the club — with one being a subtle black and the other being a lurid pink.

Liverpool ​

Liverpool were one of the first sides to reveal their 2019/20 kit, which isn’t too dissimilar from the previous two efforts from New Balance.

The Reds have dropped the collar from this season’s design and have introduced white pinstripes across the front of the shirt. The away kit has also been released, a white effort with dark blue and red accents.

Manchester City

 A clearer look at the leaked 2019/20 Manchester City Home Kit.

Manchester City ended their deal with Nike and signed with Puma earlier this season

Puma have opted to tweak with the traditional home design and leaks have revealed that the usual sky blue design will be accompanied by purple details. The home kit is expected to be completed by white shorts and blue socks. Leaks indicate that the away kit will be black and peach, while the third kit will be yellow and pink.

Manchester United

​United released their home kit for the 2019/20 season on 16 May, paying tribute to the legendary 1999 Champions League triumph.

The minutes of the goals that night — the 91st and 93rd — are displayed on the sleeve of the new shirt, while the dates of the three competition triumphs are also shown along the bottom. There’s no confirmations regarding the away kit, but leaks indicate that it’s a predominantly ‘linen’ colour with what appears to be a snake skin design.

Newcastle United

Inspired by the heroes of 1969.

Newcastle have revealed their home kit, but opted not to model any of their current players, adding to the current confusion that surrounds the club’s future.

The kit draws inspiration from 50th anniversary of the club’s Inter-Cities Fairs Cup win, one of the club’s most notable achievements. Previous links have indicated that the away kit is set to be a brave orange effort with a confusing graphic print strewn across the shirt which draws inspiration from St James’ Park.


The ​Canaries’ new kit is in the expected yellow and green, a fade pattern that emblazons the lower half of the shirt, both front and back. ​

The shirt comes with new principal club partner, Dafabet, and new sleeve partner, Best Fiends.

Sheffield United

The ​Blades launched their home and away shirts for their return to the top flight on July 1.

The club announced USG the new principal partner in a record-breaking sponsorship deal ​ in May, and will feature in the centre of the straightforward red and white stripes on the home shirt, and the all-white away kit.


​Southampton have released all of their kits for 2019/20 season and it’s fair to say that the response has been mixed.

The kits, made by Under Armour, are far from traditional and combine together a number of different designs. The home kit’s red and white stripes are confusingly matched by a black block across the chest, the away kit is black with yellow stripes across the chest and the third kit is white with black and red accents.


Tottenham have not officially released anything just yet, but leaks have revealed that next season’s home kit will do away with the divisive 2018/19 gradient design that left plenty of supporters underwhelmed.

The home shirt will be a classic white design with a neat navy collar and will be completed by navy shorts and white socks. As of yet, there is no news regarding the away and third kits.


Shirt Alert: Watford have officially released their home kit design for next season

— Classic Football Shirts (@classicshirts) April 2, 2019

Watford pulled an April Fool’s prank on supporters with a bizarre diamond design for next season’s home kit, but the design of the actual kit the Hornets will be sporting has also been confirmed.

Keeping with the yellow and black design, the adidas design will feature a half and half design instead of last season’s stripes.

West Ham

​ Another kit to take inspiration from the past, ​West Ham’s 2019/20 kits bear a resemblance to ‘the class of ’80’.

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The home kit’s design features a blue chest, with the rest of the kit being claret, and the the away kit is white with claret and blue accents on the collar and sleeves. The club are also opting to sell the home kit online without any sponsorship logos


The ​Wanderers have a darker iteration of their classic gold strip for the 2019/20 campaign, complete with ​a new shirt sponsor in Malta-based betting company ManBetX.

Introducing the new @adidasfootball Wolves home kit for 2019/20!

Describing the kit design in detail, Wolves’ website stated: »The adidas shirts are made of a specific fabric to absorb moisture from the skin and keep the body dry and fresh until the final whistle, meanwhile the material is 100% recycled polyester.

Atletico Madrid

 Here’s our new first kit for the upcoming season! 
 Available on May 23 at all our stores! 
➡ https://t.co/kyQwi4QyvY #AúpaAtleti pic.twitter.com/vNwEMvZviX

— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) May 22, 2019

Nike’s experimental ​Atletico kits of the past two seasons have been cast aside as they revert back to a more straightforward design next season.

The official strip is red and white. Exactly what you want from an Atleti kit. The away kit is expected to be black and red, while the third kit will be light blue and navy.

 Our new kit for the 2019/2020 season

In a massive twist, Nike have done away with ​Barcelona’s traditional stripes in favour of a chequered design, not too dissimilar from Croatia’s national shirt.

Barcelona’s 2019/20 kit features the traditional red and blue colours in checkers instead of stripes, coupled with solid blue sleeves — a very brave decision. No confirmations regarding the away kit, although it is expected to be yellow with a blue and red sash across the front.

Real Madrid

adidas seem to have recognised that Real Madrid look pretty sharp when they take to the field in white and gold.

Los Blancos will be sporting a classy white shirt with gold accents next season, similar to the 2011/12 kit. The big difference between the two kits will be the use of a crew neck cut on the updated version. The away and third kits are not yet released, but are expected to be navy and mint green respectively.


Bringing back that 1969 class. The 19/20 @acmilan Home Shirt. pic.twitter.com/cdQWVOOy0M

Puma haven’t taken too much of a risk when it comes to Milan’s kit design, keeping it plain and simple with thin red and black stripes for the home variation.

The away shirt will be white with black and red accents on either shoulder and the third kit is set to be black with a subtle red graphic printed on the front.


Nike aren’t willing to change too much when it comes to ​Inter’s kit (much unlike Barcelona), but there are a few subtle tweaks to the usual recipe.

 We’re proud to present our new 19/20 Home Kit @nikefootball pic.twitter.com/jOFAeLPlrk

The home shirt of course features black and blue vertical stripes, but there is a strip of diagonal stripes in the area around the sponsor. The away kit will be mint and gold, whilst the third kit will be black and yellow.

Read more about it ​here.


Milan and Inter are sticking to their traditional stripes, but adidas aren’t going down the same route with Juventus.

The 2019/20 home it has been now been officially released and it is safe to say that it is dividing opinion amongst supports. I Bianconeri’s home kit features a half and half design, accompanied by a pink stripe which separates the black and white. The away and third kits are yet to be be released.

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich’s home kit for 2019/20 takes inspiration from the Allianz Arena.

The home shirt is the usual red, combined with a graphic print of the stadium on the front. The kit features no more colours other than white to please supporters who have been asking for a pure red kit over the past few seasons.

Borussia Dortmund

This is where our story begins ⚡️ pic.twitter.com/z7kfMNVVfv

Borussia Dortmund’s kits have been subject to variation over the past few years, but Puma are keeping it simple this time around.

The home shirt has already been released and is yellow with black shoulders, but the cup kit (for use in the Champions League) is expected to feature a striking graphic across the chest and sleeves which draws inspiration from the roof design of the Signal Iduna Park.

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A unique sand base colorway woven through to represent the many harbours of Copenhagen. ‘Intet Vover, Intet Vinder’ — ‘Nothing Dared, Nothing Gained’.


Take to the pitch in Dubai’s iconic skyline. Transitioning from the desert to an ultra-modern urban landscape in this magical metropolis of a city.

Greater South East Asia

Celebrate Greater South East Asian culture. Bold brush strokes intertwined with koi fish throughout representing perseverance, strength and courage.


The Helsinki kit is fashion designer Sasu Kauppi’s graphic interpretation of the archipelago and coastline of the city with his bold use of color.

Jeju Island

This kit is inspired by the words “Wind and Stones” , deep blue waves and black light from the basalt form Jeju Island. Designed by OverthePitch.


LDN. The spark of the city is channeled through this kit, with electric shapes and red pulses. It’s a true reflection of the capital’s heartbeat.


A contemporary twist on the city of Madrid, with bold bursts of red to represent the Spanish capital’s energy, passion and desire to win.


Geometric patterns and shapes in the symbolic red, blue and white colors of Russia.

New York City

An ode to New York City’s subway graffiti takeovers. The bold self-expression, the unapologetic colors. From the city that never sleeps.

The heatmap designed kit shows the locations of Oslo’s football pitches, where unity prevails and where we all come together to ball. By Also Known As.


A Paname sleek black-on-black and gold colorway, with hints of electric pink. This kit is a nod to the excellence of the women’s game in France.

Rio de Janeiro

The vibrancy, the passion, the energy of Rio de Janeiro to take to the pitch in style. With Brazil’s classic colors, this kit is truly unmissable.

A beautiful homage to the city of Rome, celebrating the architecture and history of the Italian capital.


Stockholm captured at night. A digitalized abstract image of the city on black silk with airbrushing and acrylic styles, by artist Ossian Theselius.


Renowned street artist Mulga celebrates the Aussie wildlife and culture, through intricate linework and bright colors to represent the city of Sydney.

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Merging the two beautiful worlds of Tokyo City, this kit infuses detailed architecture of the Japanese metropolis and traditional rural environments.

Tristan Eaton

Inspired by the football career of German legend Lukas Podolski, Tristan Eaton encapsulates his phenomenal career.


A bright and quirky interpretation of the city of Warsaw, using the city’s colors of yellow and red throughout. #TeamWarsaw

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Ukraine’s Euro 2020 football kit provokes outrage in Russia

A new kit for Ukraine’s football team, showing a map including Russian-annexed Crimea, has provoked anger in Moscow.

Ukraine unveiled its shirt for Euro 2020, emblazoned with its borders including Crimea and the slogan «Glory to Ukraine!»

Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine in 2014, and considers it a part of its territory, something rejected internationally.

A Russian MP called it a «political provocation».

In a statement to the BBC, European football’s governing body Uefa said: «The shirt of the Ukrainian national team (and of all other teams) for Uefa Euro 2020 has been approved by Uefa, in accordance with the applicable equipment regulations.»

The head of the Ukrainian football association, Andriy Pavelko, revealed the kit in a video on his Facebook page on Sunday, days before the European Championship kicks off.

The front of the yellow shirt shows the contours of Ukraine in white, including Crimea and the pro-Russian separatist-controlled regions of Donetsk and Luhansk.

A slogan on the back reads «Glory to Ukraine!» — a patriotic chant used as a rallying cry by protesters who forced out a pro-Moscow president, Viktor Yanukovych, in 2014.

«We believe that Ukraine’s silhouette will give strength to the players because they will fight for all of Ukraine,» Mr Pavelko said.

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Another slogan — «Glory to the heroes!» — is stitched on the inside of the shirt collar.

Both it and «Glory to Ukraine!» are used as official military greetings in Ukraine.

The US embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, tweeted «love the new look», with a photo of the new kit.

But Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova criticised the kits, saying the football team had «attached Ukraine’s territory to Russia’s Crimea», creating the «illusion of the impossible».

She said the slogan was nationalistic and echoed a Nazi rallying cry.

Russian MP Dmitry Svishchev called the shirt «totally inappropriate» and urged Uefa to take action.

The tournament, postponed due to Covid-19, will run from 11 June to 11 July across 11 host cities, including Russia’s Saint Petersburg, which hosts a quarter-final.







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