These are the new Crvena Zvezda kits 2017/18, Red Star Belgrade’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Serbian Super Liga season. The new FKCZ jerseys have been made by Macron, who take over as uniform partners from Puma, and were officially unveiled on 25 June, 2017 by the club.
Red Star were defending champions for the 2016/17 Serbian league season. They finished top in the regular 16/17 season but eventually had to settle for second behind Partizan in the Championship playoff round. They will therefore be playing in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League, with Maltese outfit Floriana FC awaiting them on Thursday. Continue reading
This is the new Aberdeen away top 2017/18, AFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Adidas, the new Aberdeen FC away shirt was officially unveiled on June 24, 2017, around six weeks after the club released their 17/18 home strip.
Somewhat controversially, the Dons will be wearing a sky blue change uniform for their games away from Pittodrie in 2017/18. They wore white in 2015/16 and had a darker number for their change strip last season. While it’s not as if Aberdeen have never worn blue, the colour isn’t one you’d normally associate with the club- with black or white generally being their choice for away shirt colours in recent years.
The new blue change kit, like the home one, is sponsored by Saltire Energy.
These are the new Oldham shirts 2017/18, Oldham Athletic’s new home and away tops for the upcoming EFL League One season. The Latics finished 17th in the 2016/17 League One season (their 20th straight one in English football’s third tier) with 53 points. They scored just 31 goals- the lowest in League One, and the lowest ever by any Oldham side in the club’s history, but also let in only 44 goals, the fourth best defensive record in the league Continue reading
This is the new Millwall kit 2017/18, Millwall FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Errea, the new MFC jersey was officially unveiled on 23 June, 2017. This is the Lions’ second straight season with the Italian manufacturer. They earned promotion from League One via the playoffs after finishing 6th in the regular 2016/17 season, beating Scunthorpe and Bradford City to join Sheffield United and Bolton in the second tier Continue reading
This is the new Dag & Red kit 2017/19, Dagenham and Redbridge’s new home shirt for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons. Made by Sondico, the new Daggers 17/18 jersey was officially unveiled on 24 June, 2017.
Dag & Red are currently competing in the National League (Conference). They narrowly missed out on an immediate promotion back to the Football League in 2016/17, finishing fourth in the regular season but losing 3-1 on aggregate to eventual playoff winners Forest Green Rovers in their semifinal Continue reading
This is the new St.Mirren kit 2017/18, Scottish Championship outfit Saint Mirren FC’s new home top for the upcoming league season. The Buddies have a new uniform partner this season in the form of Joma, who replace Carbrini, and the Spanish manufacturer’s first creation for the Paisley was officially revealed on June 23, 2017.
St.Mirren finished 7th in the Scottish Championship last season, thirteen points off a spot in the playoffs.
The club also have a new principal shirt sponsor in the form of Skyview Capital, with the California based private equity firm’s logo appearing on the front of the jersey. The shirt will be paired with predominantly black shorts and black shorts with white detailing.
This is the new Eintracht Frankfurt shirt 2017/18, Eintracht’s new home jersey for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Nike, the new SGE kit was officially unveiled on June 23, 2017.
The club also unveiled a new major shirt sponsor, with US job search engine Indeed taking over from local brewery Krombacher after inking a three year contract. Indeed will apparently be paying Eintracht close to 6.3 million euros a year to appear on the front of their jerseys, a marginal increase over the previous deal with the Kreuztal based brewery. Continue reading
This is the new Linfield FC kit 2017/18, Linfield’s new home strip for the upcoming NIFL Premiership season. Made by Umbro, the new Linfield top was officially unveiled on 23 June, 2017.
The Blues completed a domestic treble in 2016/17, edging defending champions Crusaders to the title by two points. It also earned them a spot in the 2017/18 Champions League, where they will meet Scottish giants Celtic in the second qualifying round if they beat San Marino outfit La Fiorita in the first round Continue reading