These are the new MK Dons kits 15/16, newly promoted Championship club Milton Keynes Dons FC’s new home, away and third uniforms for the upcoming season. Made by Italian company Errea, the new MK Dons shirts were officially unveiled on July 2, 2015.
These are the club’s first Errea made strips after the latter inked a three season deal to replace Sondico as kit partners.
The club clinched one of the two automatic promotion spots from League One along with Bristol City. The other highlight of their 2014/15 campaign was their famous 4-0 win over Premier League giants Manchester United in the League Cup.
MK Dons have stuck to the same three colours that earned them promotion to the Championship in 2014/15- white (home), red (away) and yellow (third) Read more…
This is the new Feyenoord home shirt 15/16, Feyenoord Rotterdam’s principal strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. The Dutch club have already unveiled their away kit, and this is the second in their list of releases for the new season.
The shirt is neatly divided into two halves of red and white with contrasting sleeves. It also features a polo collar with golden Adidas stripes adorning the shoulders. Black shorts and socks with hints of gold complete the new Feyenoord 15/16 home kit. Read more…
This is the new Hamburg home shirt 2015/16, Hamburger SV’s new principal strip for the upcoming Bundesliga season. The club narrowly escaped relegation in 2014/15, surviving a two legged relegation playoff against Karlsruher SC to stay in the top flight. Hamburg are the only German Bundesliga side to have never been relegated, and they preserved their proud record, albeit by the skin of their teeth.
Made by Adidas, the new HSV 15/16 jersey was officially unveiled on July 2, 2015, although defender Dennis Diekmeier leaked a photo of the shirt on his official Instagram page several weeks before.
The shirt’s predominantly white, and features thin central red and blue stripes, thus incorporating all of HSV’s primary colours. The stripes flank sponsor Fly Emirates, as can be seen in the pics below. The cuffs, hem and Adidas stripes on the shoulder are all blue in colour. Read more…
This is the new Boro away strip 2015/2016, Middlesbrough FC’s new change kit for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new Boro away kit was officially launched on July 2, 2015 by the club.
Boro launched their 15/16 home kit just before their playoff final against Norwich- some very good timing one has to admit, and the strip sold out in various sizes, and will not be back in stock till October.
The club will be hoping that their away shirt will see similar sales. Boro lost the playoff final to Norwich, meaning that this season will be another attempt at promotion from the Championship to the top flight for Aitor Karanka’s men.
The new away kit is predominantly yellow with navy trim. It’s not a unique template per se- Adidas have used this in plenty of uniforms this season, Read more…
These are the new Morecambe shirts 2015/2016, League Two club Morecambe FC’s new home, away and third uniforms for the upcoming season. Morecambe finished 11th in League Two in 2014/15, eight points behind Plymouth Argyle, who took the last playoff spot.
Morecambe’s new 2015/16 jerseys have been made by Carbrini Sportswear (owned by JD Sports) and were revealed at the club’s annual Gala dinner. Sponsoring all three kits is another JD associated brand (King of Trainers). Carbrini also provide kits to newly promoted Bournemouth in the top flight.
The Shrimps’ new home shirt will be red and black stripes, evoking memories of the strip worn they got their long awaited promotion to the Conference in 1995. Read more…
These are the Motherwell kits 15/16, Motherwell FC’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming Scottish Premier League season. Well’s 2015/16 strips have been produced by Italian company Macron for the second season running and were officially unveiled on July 1, 2015.
Macron have gone retro with the new home kit, using a diagonal sash and claret shorts and socks reminiscent of the club’s uniforms from the 1970’s, when they had the likes of Willie Pettigrew, Bobby Graham, Joe Wark and Peter Marinello plying their trade at Fir Park. In another retro tribute, the club badge will not be present on the shirt, with “MFC” embroidery being present instead.
Motherwell’s new 2015/16 away kit is claret in colour with amber pinstripes, bringing back memories of the strip worn against Dortmund in the mid 90’s in the UEFA Cup. The shirt is paired with white shorts and claret socks.
Cash Converters are again sponsors of the new Motherwell FC shirts, a partnership that will complete half a decade at the end of the current season, having begun back in 2011/12 Read more…
These are the new Juve kits 2015/16, Italian champions Juventus FC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Serie A season. These new uniforms are the first to be made for the Bianconeri by Adidas as part of a new six year deal inked with the sportswear giant to replace Nike as kit partners.
Juve won Serie A comfortably and also had a great European season, beating the likes of Dortmund, Monaco and Real Madrid en route to the Champions League final in Berlin, where they lost to Barcelona. They also won the Coppa Italia, thus narrowly missing out on a historic treble.
The pic of the home jersey matches the leaked one we posted on our site a few weeks ago. There are some subtle touches by Adidas on the traditional Juve stripes, with a “J” carved on to the bottom, and rectangular elements paying tribute to the exterior design of the Juventus stadium. The home shirt is paired with white shorts and socks.
Juve used to play in pink between 1897 and 1903, and Adidas have chosen to use the same colour for the Bianconeri’s change strip. The shorts will be black with the socks being pink. Read more…
These are the new Rayo Vallecano kits 2015/16, Spanish La Liga club Rayo’s new home, away and third tops for the 15/16 season. Made by local Spanish firm Kelme, the new Rayo 2015/2016 jerseys were officially unveiled on July 1, 2015. Kelme take over from Italian company Errea, who produced Rayo’s strips in the 2014/15 season.
While the home shirt is traditionally Rayo- white with a red sash, as you’d expect, it’s the away shirt that’s grabbed a lot of eyeballs.
The shirt’s predominantly black, with a rainbow stripe, is dedicated to fighting social injustices such as homophobia, child abuse and gender violence, amongst other causes (full list below) Read more…
This is the new Norwich home kit 2015/16, Norwich City FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Italian firm Errea, the new Canaries uniform was officially unveiled on July 1, 2015 to the public.
Norwich finished third in the 2014-15 Championship season, but beat Ipswich and Middlesbrough in their playoff ties to clinch the final promotion spot along with Bournemouth and Watford. They will be the only team in the 15/16 Premier League season to don Errea.
The Canaries have taken inspiration from their 1927 “half and half” home kit that was worn by the club for a total of twenty years. The shirt is therefore divided into two halves of yellow and green, with contrasting sleeves and a green collar. The strip is completed by green shorts and yellow socks. Sponsor integration however doesn’t look too flash, with the yellow square box containing AVIVA taking some part of the green half too, and this might end up being a sore point for several Norwich fans.
2015 also marks the 80th anniversary of Carrow Road, which opened in 1935 with a fixture against West Ham. Read more…
This is the new West Brom home kit 15/16, Albion’s new principal uniform for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new WBA 2015/16 home shirt was officially unveiled on July 1, 2015.
Albion have gone back to their traditional stripes, although their press release clearly mentions that last season’s controversial pinstripe shirt was one of their best selling ones.
The 15/16 home shirt also features a new sponsor in the form of Chinese betting company TLCBET, who will have bilingual branding on the jersey, as the pics below show us. This is not Albion’s first association with an Asian betting company- they had a two year, seven figure deal with Bodog back in 2011.
TLCBET replace Intuit QuickBooks, who have jumped ship to Midlands rivals Aston Villa in the off-season. The Baggies’ sponsorship deal with TLCBET is the biggest in the club’s history so far, and outstrips the £1.5m deal they had with Intuit. Read more…
These are the new Dortmund kits 15/16, BVB’s new home and third shirts for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Puma, the new Dortmund strips were officially unveiled on July 1, 2015 to the public. Hundreds of fans queued up at Signal Iduna Park to buy the new jersey at midnight- however the official price increase of five euros from last season (74.95 to 79.95) wasn’t welcomed by all, with supporters taking to social media to vent their frustration.
The release of the kits confirm the leak of the home jersey back in May.
The jersey is predominantly yellow with black pinstripes, harking back to the Championship winning kit of 2011, and BVB will be hoping for similar luck in the 15/16 season after poor 2014/15 Bundesliga season, where they ended up parting company with long time manager Jurgen Klopp. The club had some success in the Champions League, where they beat Arsenal to top spot in their group, but went out in the round of 16 to eventual runners up Juventus.
These are the new QPR kits 2015/16, Queens Park Rangers FC’s new home, away and third jerseys for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Nike, the new QPR strips were officially unveiled on 30 June, 2015 with the R’s live streaming the reveal from Google HQ.
Both home and away shirts appear to use the same design. The round neck home shirt features royal blue and white hoops with thin red lines flanking the hoops, while the away shirt features red and black hoops, accentuated with blue lines.
The new QPR home shirt 15/16 is paired with white shorts and socks, but there will be no hoops on the back of the jersey. The change strip is completed with black shorts and socks. Read more…
This is the new Athletic kit 15/16, Athletic Bilbao’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new Bilbao home shirt was officially unveiled on June 30, 2015.
The Basque club’s famous red and white stripes have become bigger on this 15/16 home shirt. On the back of the neck is a small Ikurrina (Basque flag), pointing to the club’s roots. Read more…
This is the new Partick Thistle kit 2015/2016, PTFC’s new home top for the upcoming Scottish Premier League season. Made by Joma, the new Jags home strip was officially unveiled on June 30, 2015 at George Square in Glasgow.
The shirt features a new sponsor in the form of US based investment company Kingsford Capital Management and their logo on the shirt has been designed exclusively for Thistle by Turner Prize nominated artist, David Shrigley, who has also created the club’s new mascot Kingsley (also named after the sponsor). The logo is definitely worth a second look- not the type of logo you’d expect from an investment firm.
Mike Wilkins, one of the founders of Kingsford Capital, brought in Shrigley, and the latter being a Thistle fan, was only too happy to create an eye catching design. However it has courted controversy, with some dubbing the mascot a “Lisa Simpson” lookalike and Danish organization OOA accusing Shrigley of infringing their “smiling sun” logo.
The sponsorship deal is apparently a six figure one, according to sources in the know, and will aid Thistle Read more…
This is the new Roma away shirt 15/16, AS Roma’s new change strip for the upcoming Italian Serie A season. Made by Nike, the Giallorossi officially unveiled their new away kit on June 30, 2015, three weeks after they revealed their 2015/16 season home kit earlier this month.
Roma’s new 2015/2016 away jersey will be predominantly white with a Henley collar. It features a light tonal graphic on the front, a tribute to the city of Rome’s architectural wonders, ancient streets and neighbourhoods.
The cuffs feature the club’s traditional red and yellow colours. Last season, these colours featured on a diagonal sash on the away shirt, which was also white.
Continuing with the current design, a yellow stripe also runs along each flank, connecting to the ones on the red shorts. White socks complete the look of the new Roma away strip, as can be seen in the pics below Read more…