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Adidas & Cardiff City reveal new red away shirt for 2016/17

Weeks after unveiling their new home kit for 16/17, Cardiff City have followed it up with the release of their new alternate shirt for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new Bluebirds away shirt was officially unveiled on 2 June, 2016.

Cardiff will wear a red shirt on their travels next season. The famous Adidas stripes, present on the sleeves of the home shirt, have moved to the side. Sean Morrison is here seen modelling the top, which again has Visit Malaysia as sponsors.

The new away kit will be first worn by the players in their game against Shrewsbury Town next month.

Check out more 2016/17 Championship shirt releases at Footballkitnews.com

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  1. Sean
    June 2nd, 2016 at 17:34 | #1

    prima facie looks like a red version of Birmingham’s home kit.

  2. Derby
    June 2nd, 2016 at 17:49 | #2

    Yawn. Poor adidas.

  3. ajc70
    June 2nd, 2016 at 23:33 | #3

    I almost threw up.

  4. Les Glum
    June 3rd, 2016 at 08:54 | #4

    The reality is that as long as we are subjected to every club having 2/3 new kits every year, people like Adidas are inevitably going to run out of ideas. They clearly have reached this point now. if only we could go back to the days where kits changed every two years, alternating so that each year it was either a new home or new away kit.

    Presumably Cardiff will have the red shorts with white stripes c/w the new adidas socks with the broad white stripe around the top and three vertical stripes feeding down into it as per the new Chelsea / Forest / Birmingham etc etc

    Remember the days when Tottenham had the funny little semi circle on their shorts in the ’91 Cup Final – Totally bespoke…….. those were the days etc etc

  5. PR
    June 6th, 2016 at 14:26 | #5

    I’m assuming they went for this template kit so that when Sean Morrison changes team every transfer window they can just change the colour in Photoshop. Looks like they will need some training on that though