Official- New Barcelona Strip 15-16 Barca Home & Away Kits 2015-2016

These are the new Barcelona kits 2015/16, La Liga champions FC Barcelona’s new uniforms for the upcoming season. Made by Nike, the new Barca tops for 15/16 were officially unveiled on May 24, 2015.

As revealed earlier, the club have gone through with a massive change on their home shirt, opting for horizontal stripes for the first time in their history. Barcelona teams in other sports (basketball and rugby for example) have worn horizontal stripes, but the football team has never done so.

The neck has a golden part with four thin red stripes. The sponsors on this new Barca home jersey include Qatar Airways on the front, Beko on the sleeve and Unicef on the back.

The new Barcelona away jersey 2015/2016 is golden yellow in colour, with four red stripes on the back to create a senyera effect. The design is inspired by Barca fans wearing the Catalan flag on their backs like a cape. The away kit has blue shorts and yellow socks.

FC Barcelona Home Kit 15 16

FC Barcelona Horizontal Stripes 2015 16

Barcelona Home Kit 15 16

Barcelona Home Strip 15 16

Barcelona Home Shirt Back

Barca Away Top 2015 16

Barcelona Away Kit 15 16

29 thoughts on “Official- New Barcelona Strip 15-16 Barca Home & Away Kits 2015-2016

  1. JonLCFC

    Absolutely disgusting. How a proud and iconic club like Barcelona could follow Inter and trash their heritage is beyond me

  2. Albert

    Nike give Barcelona back thare strips .The fans should boycott all the clubs Official Merchandise till the home strip is recalled buy Nike and Nike replace them with a top with strips on it . This just make me so angry.

  3. Sean

    Every little bit that made Barca unique is being slowly taken over by modernity. Lack of sponsors (check), sleeve sponsors (check) and now hoops.

    I wonder who will be the next guinea pig for Nike’s experiments after Inter and Barca. Might have been Juve but they ran off to Adidas.

  4. Russel1311

    This is what you do as a manufacturer when there is not much you can do to tweak a club’s kits. You change very little and eventually get accused of being boring, then you do something outlandish like this so that there’s uproar and you can revert to normality for the next ten seasons. It’s a PR stunt, people. It’s New Coke. Don’t be fooled. Stop buying the trash the big manufacturers are coming up with and they’ll stop making rubbish, and maybe one day they’ll go back to making an innovative kit every two seasons rather than dross every one season.

  5. Dane SAFC

    It’s funny to see people get so worked when manufacture’s experiment with a new design one season. Nobody is messing with tradition, it’s simply trying something new. It’s entirely temporary and honestly looks quite neat. I enjoy this from the designers and if critics hate it so much they should plead for an “Americanized” approach and just keep the same kit for years and years every season. What’s the point of having a new kit every season if your not going to spice things up ever now and then?

  6. Merry Christmas

    Russel1311 :This is what you do as a manufacturer when there is not much you can do to tweak a club’s kits. You change very little and eventually get accused of being boring, then you do something outlandish like this so that there’s uproar and you can revert to normality for the next ten seasons. It’s a PR stunt, people. It’s New Coke. Don’t be fooled. Stop buying the trash the big manufacturers are coming up with and they’ll stop making rubbish, and maybe one day they’ll go back to making an innovative kit every two seasons rather than dross every one season.

    Hear, hear. Totally agree.

  7. wok

    Dane SAFC :
    It’s funny to see people get so worked when manufacture’s experiment with a new design one season. Nobody is messing with tradition, it’s simply trying something new. It’s entirely temporary and honestly looks quite neat. I enjoy this from the designers and if critics hate it so much they should plead for an “Americanized” approach and just keep the same kit for years and years every season. What’s the point of having a new kit every season if your not going to spice things up ever now and then?

    I think this is the Americanised approach already. No regard for history and tradition.

  8. Creosote

    it looks much better than i expected. the away uniform will be VERY popular among the local fans, and i think it’s their best in years! it’s about time they tried horizontal stripes. a couple of seasons ago they did away with the stripes for an ultra-modern feel and people still found a reason to complain about it. people will always find a reason to complain about change and i think that’s natural, but Barcelona have employed the same colours for their first and second kits, and they’re the only team i know whose away uniform is revered more than their home kit. shifting or even removing the lines does not breach tradition at all in my opinion, it just means that Barcelona aren’t afraid to experiment with their identity, and that’s a good sign to me.

  9. italywhatareyoudoing

    Stop crying kids, it’s just one season and the kits look fabulous. Remember the Barca kits with the Blackburn Rovers styling and everyone cried? It was just for one season.

  10. Dane SAFC

    Disagree. The style and colours are essentially the same. At the end of the day this new design will only play out for one season. If you want clubs to use the same kit every season, now that’s Americanized athletic wear.

  11. Les Glum

    I don’t mind the home kit , even though it’s hoops rather than stripes, looks ok even if it is a break with tradition , however, what’s going on with the away kit?? plain yellow on the front and nice bold stripes on the back making it impossible to read the names and numbers (you can just make out the back of Neymar’s shirt, it’s gonna be impossible to read it)

  12. Creosote

    italywhatareyoudoing :
    Stop crying kids, it’s just one season and the kits look fabulous. Remember the Barca kits with the Blackburn Rovers styling and everyone cried? It was just for one season.

    also, the people piping up about ‘tradition’ concerning a football kit should be aware that Barcelona’s original kit had that exact styling.

    fcbarcelona(dot)com/club/identity/detail/card/the-colours

  13. Daniel

    Tradition aside, it’s a nice simple home kit. Change kit is superb, unique, good concept, and clean execution.

  14. Ted

    Ugly!!! I won’t be buying a Barcelona jersey this year, unless the third jersey is decent. I have my doubts though after seeing this crap from Nike!

  15. Aiman

    I’m not saying these kits are awful, but for me, those kits made Barca look more like an ordinary ‘middle-table’ Spanish red and blue team like Levante and Eibar.

  16. Creosote

    @Aiman
    both those teams had vertical stripes for their shirts this season, with Levante’s resembling 2011-12 Barca.

    @Ted
    do people know that these designs were made at the behest of the club itself? they asked for something unique, Nike made several templates for them, and the club CHOSE from those. if you’re going to blame anyone for these kits, then point your finger at the club, not Nike.

  17. Excellent

    I think these Barcelona kits look awesome. And i think these kits were selected to boost jersey sales for the next season considering they look so much diffrrent from the jerseys they used last season and since Barcelona won a treble last season, fans would be motivated to get the new Barcelona jerseys to support the team for the next season. Reading the names from the away jersey would be a little difficult though. But in all, i think the jerseys look awesome.

  18. riku

    honestly it looks awesome
    stripes is not a thing that can make something disgusting…
    they literally just put the stripes differently, nothing else really changed

  19. ianna john jnr

    you are so jealous, but am sorry is not our forte okay.we are always on top,da best of all.

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