Sevilla Europa League Final Kit 2015 vs Dnipro by New Balance

Sevilla have unveiled a special kit that they will wear in the 2015 Europa League final against Dnipro in Warsaw. The shirt, made by New Balance, was officially unveiled on May 25, 2015 by the Andalusian outfit. The strip is a red one, somewhat similar to the uniform worn by the club when they won the 2006-07 Europa League final against Espanyol in Glasgow

Sevilla are of course defending champions in the Europa League, having won the 2014 final by beating Benfica, and will be bidding to win their fourth title when they square off against their Ukrainian rivals.

Sevilla Europa League Final Kit

Sevilla Warsaw

14 thoughts on “Sevilla Europa League Final Kit 2015 vs Dnipro by New Balance

  1. Sean

    Didn’t they do something similar for the 2014 final too? I think that kit was white though.

  2. boistly

    Make up your mind on which crest you’re going to use, who are you AC Milan now with a hundred different crests?

  3. Merry Christmas

    ash :something wrong with the layout of sponsors and final match’s line

    Yeah I was thnking that! What a mess!

  4. Adam

    They’re just superstitious. They won the first europa league in a white kit, then a red. They wore a white kit in the final last year and won it. Seems like they wanna continue the tradition. They were assigned the blue away kit for the final, but they’re president requested for the red kit to be worn. Strange. I Know!!

  5. Sean

    Adam :
    They’re just superstitious. They won the first europa league in a white kit, then a red. They wore a white kit in the final last year and won it. Seems like they wanna continue the tradition. They were assigned the blue away kit for the final, but they’re president requested for the red kit to be worn. Strange. I Know!!

    Mighty interesting if true!

  6. Daniel

    Appears as if all the details were given to a 15-year old with no design sense and told to slap on the front of a plain red t-shirt. Everything looks too bunched up or off-centre. A cheap-looking mess.

  7. Sean

    Creosote :
    it’s a Yves Klein-inspired design, you troglodytes! :p

    And it’s inspiring them to trophies, what more could a fan want? :p

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