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New Bologna Shirt 16-17 | Macron Bologna FC Home Kit 2016-17 Serie A

This is the new Bologna jersey 16/17, Bologna FC 1909’s new home kit for the upcoming 2016/2017 Serie A season. Made by local firm Macron, the new Bologna strip was officially unveiled on 7 May, 2016 and was worn in their fixture against AC Milan at Stadio Renato Dall’Ara.

Against Milan, the hosts were rocked by Amadou Diawara’s 12th minute red card, and the Rossoneri, who practically played 80 minutes with a one man advantage, took home three points thanks to Bacca’s 40th minute penalty

Macron have retained the club’s red and blue stripes, but the white collar from the 2015/16 season does not feature in this new kit.

The FAAC Group, who inked a sponsorship agreement with the club last season, will continue to appear on the front of the jersey for the 2016/17 season as well, as can be seen in the pic below.

Jersey Bologna 2016 2017

Bologna Home Shirt Detailing 2016 17

Back of Bologna Home Shirt

Bologna Shorts 16 17

Bologna Milan

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  1. flicktokick
    May 8th, 2016 at 13:22 | #1

    An absolute cracker.

  2. Derby
    May 8th, 2016 at 15:50 | #2

    Love this kit. Plain and simple. Macron are doing some lovely kits.

  3. RadThompson
    May 8th, 2016 at 16:24 | #3

    Macron has really upped their game the past couple seasons. great kit, neat and bold. 8/10.

  4. Retro Ron
    May 8th, 2016 at 22:22 | #4

    Macron are a very underrated kit provider and have produced some superb designs for some smaller clubs. Their Motherwell kits for 2015-16 were stunning. 🙂

  5. bob
    May 8th, 2016 at 23:57 | #5

    Nice, classic style, terrible sponsor though. Love the colours of Bologna, Genoa, Steau, Basle etc.

  6. Adam Nayyar
    May 9th, 2016 at 09:44 | #6

    Faack. This is brilliant!!

  7. Vince
    May 12th, 2016 at 02:02 | #7

    Everything has been said already! Stunning kit, classy and well done by Macron.