new kits ahead of the 2020-21 season
Barcelona's new home kit might go down as an all-time classic. It's back to basics after years of tinkering (including their most recent checkered design), as Nike's fresh take on a classic design will see Barcelona return to vertical stripes at the Camp Nou.Get more news about soccer jersey wholesale,you can vist futbolucl!
The new Ajax away kit is a work of art. The Dutch champions will have one of the sharpest looks in the world when the 2020-21 campaign kicks off thanks to this masterpiece from Adidas, which pays tribute to the classic designs worn by Ajax's famous teams in the '80s and '90s.
Monaco's painfully bland dark green away kit is officially a thing of the past after the Ligue 1 club unveiled this eye-catching outfit. Nostalgic Monaco fans will especially love the new threads, as Les Monegasques pay tribute to the side that won the club's seventh league title 20 years ago.
Maybe it's the color scheme, but Borussia Dortmund's wild new uniform was a risk worth taking. Though the lightning-style pattern might take some getting used to, it's a bold design that pairs well with Dortmund's famous home colors.
Manchester City may have set the bar too high after churning out classy home looks year after year. Unfortunately, the attempt to pay homage to Manchester's iconic mosaics looks more like a puzzle of the ocean that's been jammed together by a 3-year-old.
It might be crazy to suggest a shirt sponsor could have a say during the design phase of a football kit. That's until you see the leaked image of Juventus' new kit and notice that a club sponsored by Jeep has vertical stripes that resemble tire marks. Though it's nice to see the club return to a more traditional look, the skid marks might throw off some fans.
Sponsors are generally easy to overlook, but that won't be the case when Chelsea take the pitch next season. Despite what looks to be a clean design, Chelsea's new sponsor, Three UK, might be one of the most unsightly logos to ever be emblazoned on a football jersey.