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Liverpool Home 2017/2018

By admin | OnThursday, June 22nd, 2017 - Comments Off on Liverpool Home 2017/2018

The Liverpool 2017/2018 home kit introduces a spectacular retro look to celebrate the club’s 125th anniversary. Inspired by the Liverpool shirt of the 1970s, the Liverpool 2017-18 home shirt is a darker red than in 2016/2017 shirt, while it features a special logo to commemorate the anniversary.  The embroidered 125th anniversary year club crest sits proudly on your chest. LIVERPOOL 17-18 HOME KIT Drawing inspiration from the style of shirts worn by the club in the 1970s, the Liverpool. 

Arsenal home 2016/2017

By admin | OnFriday, August 12th, 2016 - Comments Off on Arsenal home 2016/2017

Arsenal home 2016/2017 ‘We Are THE Arsenal’ is PUMA’s 2016/17 Arsenal campaign and represents the sense of belonging that supporters have around the world to the club and players. The fans play a major role in the performance of the team and the campaign, and the sense of identity it portrays, brings to life the connection no matter where supporters are in the world. The new Arsenal 2016/2017 Home Kit said to be inspired by Arsenal’s kits of the 1990s features the traditional design. 

Manchester United Home 2016/2017 shirt

By admin | OnThursday, August 11th, 2016 - Comments Off on Manchester United Home 2016/2017 shirt

Manchester United Home 2016/2017 Adidas and Manchester United have launched the club’s new home kit for the 2016/17 season, taking inspiration from the club’s early years as Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Football Club. In the second year of the partnership with United, Adidas has taken cues from the club’s illustrious history, with a two-tone red-split design evoking the two-tone Newton Heath kit of 1878. Adidas and Manchester United signed a world-record kit deal in 2014 which. 

Real Madrid 2016-17 home

By admin | OnWednesday, August 10th, 2016 - Comments Off on Real Madrid 2016-17 home

Real Madrid 2016-17 home Adidas are set to produce a very classy Real Madrid 2016-17 home kit for next season which is inspired by the rich history of the club and strong roots, the Real Madrid 16-17 home kit boasts a very traditional design in white and blue, one of the most iconic alternative colors of Los Merengues. REAL MADRID 16-17 HOME KIT   Made by Adidas, the Real Madrid 2016-2017 kit boasts a very classy and traditional design, inspired by the very first shirts worn by Los Blancos. 

Barcelona home 2016/2017

By admin | OnMonday, August 8th, 2016 - Comments Off on Barcelona home 2016/2017

Barcelona home 2016/2017 FC Barcelona have unveiled their home jersey for the upcoming 2016 / 2017 season with Andres Iniesta, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Gerard Pique and Neymar. The Catalans have been in a bit of a bubble recently with Qatar Airways pulling out as their shirt sponsor and with Nike pushing Barcelona to release the jersey in time for pre-season and global shipping, the club have decided to release the new kit without a shirt sponsor. With a small video on Instagram, the club revealed. 

Liverpool home 2016/2017 New Kit

By admin | OnWednesday, June 22nd, 2016 - Comments Off on Liverpool home 2016/2017 New Kit

This is what appears to be Liverpool FC’s new kit for the upcoming 16-17 Premier League season, made by their American partners New Balance. The new Liverpool 16-17 home kit combines Liverpool’s traditional main color red with yellow applications. Made by New Balance, the Liverpool 2016-17 shirt was launched on May 9   The likes of Simon Mignolet, Jordan Henderson, and James Milner are here seen modelling the new LFC kit for 16/17. The new strip for next season – which was inspired. 

New Premier League Logo Unveiled – Sleeve Patch Revealed

By admin | OnWednesday, February 17th, 2016 - Comments Off on New Premier League Logo Unveiled – Sleeve Patch Revealed

New Premier League Logo Unveiled – Sleeve Patch Revealed on Season 2016/2017 The new Premier League 2016-2017 logo was officially revealed today. Established in 1992, the Premier League is, not to be redundant, the premier English professional league. As a corporation, it is owned by its own 20 member clubs that act as shareholders and gives them the ability to negotiate their own broadcast licensing and sponsorship deals independent of the Football Association, which is the governing body.