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New CD Palencia Kit 2016-17 | Kappa reveal shocking jersey inspired by the human anatomy

We’ve come across some bizarre kits in the past, but this new one from CD Palencia Balompie takes the cake. The Spanish Tercera Division outfit have just unveiled a “human anatomy” jersey, made by Kappa. It was officially released with the hashtag Nosdejamoslapiel (literally meaning we give our skin in Spanish!). The socks are however plain and “normal”

Spanish lower division sides have produced some weird kits in the recent past- Cultural Leonesa had a Tuxedo kit in 2014 while CD Guijiuelo revealed a ham inspired shirt last year. CD Lugo also had a beer and octopus themed jersey not too long ago, pics of which can be seen below.

CD Palencia Kit 2016 17

CD Palencia Balompie Strip 2016

CD Palencia Jersey 16 17

CD Palencia Muscles Shirt 2016 2017

Other weird uniforms released by Spanish lower division sides

Guijuelo’s Ham inspired jersey

Guijuelo Ham Football Shirt

CD Lugo’s beer & octopus themed shirts

CD Lugo Octopus Beer

CD Lugo Beer Octopus

Cultural Leonesa’s Tuxedo top uniform by Hummel

Cultural Leonesa Spanish side Tuxedo Kit

  1. Sean
    May 13th, 2016 at 06:33 | #1

    What if their opponents have cannibalistic tendencies? 😀

  2. TT
    May 13th, 2016 at 08:13 | #2

    Guy on the right looks eerily like Luis Suarez.

  3. RobertoMurphino
    May 13th, 2016 at 13:27 | #3

    They look like laughing stocks. Don’t compare with the CD Lugo kits though – those are two of the best kits football has ever seen!

  4. Aiman
    May 13th, 2016 at 15:30 | #4

    i would like to know whoever wants this kit.

  5. Aiman
    May 13th, 2016 at 15:30 | #5


  6. Derby
    May 13th, 2016 at 16:44 | #6


  7. Albert
    May 14th, 2016 at 23:18 | #7

    Hannibal Lecter says he will take as many of the kits as he can it will be the closet he has come to a four course meal in years lol.

  8. Jonny
    May 17th, 2016 at 20:17 | #8

    Why!?, Tell me why!? It might work in their advantage though because it’s so distracting