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Check back for regular updates as we get them. Of course, the club's iconic colours feature too, with black on one shoulder and red on the other.
Still with adidas, they have switched from a v-neck collar to a crew neck one and there is a slight increase of black on the collar.
Three stripes run down the sides of the jersey, having migrated from the shoulders of the edition. Ajax - Away kit In addition, Ajax also revealed the club's third kit, which makes its debut in the club's final Eredivisie match of the season against De Graafschap.
The kit features a dark green colourway with orange stripes. We love it, BlindDaley! We were given a teaser of what a modern Arsenal kit made by the brand with the three stripes would look like thanks to leaks online and the club officially launched their home kit on July 1.
This is Arsenal. This is adidas. This is home. From until , the north London club's kits were produced by Adidas, so there was plenty of original material to work with. The launch video features none other than Ian Wright explaining that one is not born a Londoner, they are made one.
Stars from the past and present feature, as well as Hollywood star Idris Elba, who is a noted Gunners fan. Arsenal - Away kit Leaks gave us a glimpse of adidas' Arsenal away kit for back in May and it was officially confirmed in mid-July.
Yellow and navy, it is a direct nod to the 'bruised banana' style of kit worn by the Gunners during the s, with a subtle, shaded zig-zag design on the torso. Adidas Arsenal - Third kit Arsenal's third kit for the season is dark blue in colour with yellow stripes and trim.
The club badge itself has been given a blue and yellow spin so that it blends in with the shirt. However, the edition reverts to traditional solid stripes.
It could well be the last Nike kit for a while, too, with Puma rumoured to be taking over the contract.
Nike Atletico Madrid - Away kit While Atletico Madrid go for traditional red and white stripes in their home kit, their away kit for is strikingly bold in comparison.
All black, the kit pops with a sharp red on the sponsor insignia, club badge and trims, making it more Rojinegros than Rojiblancos. The Catalan club have not been shy about deviating from the traditional thick vertical Blaugrana stripes on their home kit in recent years, even adopting a hooped look in , and the new design for the upcoming season's home kit may be one step too far for the purists.
This season, Barca are set to wear a Croatia -style chequered jersey, which was launched with the tag line, "talent takes different shapes".
The club say that it is inspired by the blocks of the Eixample, an expansion district of Catalunya. While Barca have never gone for such a design before, the new look call to mind the special edition jersey released by Nike in to celebrate 20 years working with the club.
Nike Barcelona - Away kit Barcelona 's new away kit for is dedicated to La Masia as the club celebrates the academy's 40th anniversary. Based on the club's kit from , it is yellow with a diagonal red and blue sash cutting through the front of the jersey. It has a v-neck collar, which incorporates the Catalan flag at the back, while the sleeve trims are different colours - red on one side, blue on the other.
La Masia has produced so many iconic players and it remains an honor to produce kits for them. T-Mobile will remain as the primary sponsor, while Qatar Airways will also have their logo on the sleeves again.
Bayern Munich Bayern Munich - Away kit As for Bayern's change strip, the Bundesliga champions have switched back to an all-white shirt having dabbled with green during the campaign.
Puma Borussia Dortmund - Home kit Borussia Dortmund continue their relationship with Puma in and their new home kit sees a few subtle changes to the design.
There is less black overall, with the sportswear giants opting to increase the yellow, and the shoulders feature an eye-catching geometric pattern.
Evonik remains on the front as the chief sponsor.
There is more white on the shirt overall, with the hoops stopping at the shoulders. The idea is to accentuate the new green polo collar, which has been added in place of the crew-neck look.
New Balance Celtic - Away kit Celtic have ditched white for their away kit in and instead will be sporting a yellow and dark green number. Getting up, getting out, following the Bhoys. This is what away days are all about. The new edition has reverted to all blue - dispensing with the white and red streaks on the version - and it is overlaid with a Stamford Bridge-inspired design.
The kit brings to mind some of the s home kits, which often featured shimmering two-tone templates on the traditional blue. The criss-crossed beams which appear on the upper tier of the Bullens Road stand of the Merseyside venue are recalled in a design across the chest.
The chief colour is coral - which is a light shade of orange - and it's set against navy trimmings on the collar and various insignia.
The diagonal stripes are restricted to the area of the shirt around the sponsor, Pirelli. Fittingly, given the nature of Pirelli's business, the diagonal stripes resemble tyre tracks when set against the vertical stripes.
Nike is still the manufacturer of Inter's kit and it features white trimming around the v-neck collar and sleeves. Nike Inter - Away kit Inter have taken inspiration from an unusual source for their away kit.
The goalkeeper kit worn by Julio Cesar during their treble-winning season of is the starting point for a striking aquamarine jersey. Featuring a v-neck collar, it is completed by black and gold trims, with white shorts as well as green and white colour-blocked socks.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. The jersey features a subtle off-white camouflage-style graphic and a v-neck collar, with bright red trimmings on the sleeves, as well as the sponsor logos.
Break out of the pattern. Disrupt the norm. Introducing our new away kit by adidasfootball , available now! In addition, the jersey comes with an eco-friendly vibe and is made from recycled polyester. Leicester City Leicester City - Home kit Leicester City unveiled their home strip for the season on May 7, with adidas continuing as the club's kit manufacturer.
The campaign for the new kit "celebrates a unique cultural diversity across all areas of the Football Club and its supporter base", with the shirt set to be complemented by white shorts, which the club haven't used since the season, and blue socks.
Featuring a torso design similar to that which adidas deployed in recent Germany kits, it is complemented by black stripes on the shoulders.
The adidas logo and the club badge are also black, making it a stylish number. New Balance Liverpool - Home kit Liverpool unveiled their new home kit for the season in April and manufacturers New Balance have taken inspiration from the Bob Paisley era in their design.
The Merseyside outfit notably wore a jersey with pinstripes during Paisley's tenure in the s and s as they won six league titles and three European Cups. Pinstripes have returned in the new home kit and there are some other small alterations in design too. The New Balance logo and Liverpool badge have reverted to gold from white and the collar has also been ditched.