Teams from Italy, Germany, France and Scotland have unveiled new kits for the 2021-22 season in recent days. Let's take a closer look ...
Italian Serie A champions Inter Milan and Nike are moving away from the usual reason for the home kit for 2021-22. Instead of blue and black vertical stripes, they go with a tonal blue snakeskin pattern that further approximates the vertical stripes in a nod. biscione, a historical symbol of the city of Milan. The Nike logo and club crest are gold, while the V-neck collar and sleeve cuffs are black.
Inter's long-term shirt sponsorship deal with tire company Pirelli ended after the 2020-21 season. Although a new sponsor had not been announced until the presentation, it is expected to have one in time for the start of the 2021-22 Serie A season.
Inter rivals in Serie A, AS Roma and New Balance, have revealed a home kit for 2021-22, which simplifies things. It is solid in the shade signed by Rome of intense red, with yellow-orange accents on the cuffs. The front of the shirt has toned red stripes, and the collar is also solid red.
German Bundesliga team Bayer Leverkusen turn the clock back to 2021-22 with red and black vertical stripes on the home kit made by Jako for for the first time since 2005-06. (Over the years, Bayer's home kits have been mostly black, with some red accents.) The crew neck collar is mostly black, with white trim, and white diagonal stripes run part of the way on either side of the road. shirts. The crest of the club is rendered in monochrome black and white.
After their unveiling history-inspired house kit last week, FC Augsburg of the Bundesliga returned with the travel kits and the third for 2021-22, manufactured by Nike. The travel kit has a white tone pattern with tones, with a solid white collar and a collar with sleeves.
Meanwhile, the third kit is black, with white sponsor logos and Nike logo, and a monochrome white club crest. The sleeves are gray, with a black fingerprint pattern that Nike has used on several club and national team kits over the past two years.
Nike also equips another German team, VfL Bochum, for the Bundesliga 2021-22 season. However, for the home kit, they seem to recycle the same template that Sevilla FC uses in La Liga for kits they unveiled earlier this month. The kit is navy blue with white vertical stripes on the face. The cuffs and V-neck collar are solid white.
Meanwhile, Bochum's kit borrows from the templates he used Nike for Tottenham Hotspur 2020-21 home kit (minus the tonal pattern) and Finnish kit at Euro 2020. It is solid white with navy blue inserts on the shoulders, a navy collar and a navy blue stripe on each side.
Bochum's third kit is a simple mint green kit with no other ornaments. The Nike and sponsor logos appear in black.
The French Ligue 1 team Olympique Marseille and Puma have launched a new kit away for 2021-22, which features a zigzag pattern in different shades of blue. The back is provided with a solid blue panel for name and number and which extends part of the way over the shoulders. The club's crest, Puma logo and sponsor logo are all white.
Clermont Foot 63 is about to start the first French Ligue 1 season in 2021-22 and will do so wearing kits made by the Belgian sportswear company Patrick. The home sets are mostly red, with blue panels on the shoulders and a blue stripe on each side. The V-neck collar is blue with white lining, while the sleeves are blue with thick red stripes and white lining on the cuffs. The lower right of the front of the shirt has a tonal description of the king of ancient Gaul. Vercingetorix, who was born near the site of the modern city of Clermont.
Clermont's kit is mostly white, with streaks of red and blue paint over his chest. The V-neck collar is red with a blue finish, as are the stripes on the sleeves. The image of Vercingetorix also appears on the travel kit.
The third kit is mostly black, with a tonal map of Clermont on the front. The sponsor's logos and club crest are rendered in monochrome red. The V-neck collar is red with a black finish, as are the stripes on the sleeves. A red stripe flows on each side.
Celtic FC in the Scottish Premier League has already revealed far away and third kits for 2021-22 and now they have completed their set with the home kit. The club's iconic green and white circles return, with narrow white horizontal stripes inside each green circle. The collar of the neck is white, while the adidas stripes are green and the adidas logo on the chest is black.
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