New Aston Villa Under Armour Kits 2016/17 | AVFC Home & Away Shirts 16/17

These are the new Aston Villa kits 2016/17, AVFC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Under Armour, the new kits are the first to be produced by the US brand as part of a five year deal inked with the Midlands outfit to replace Macron.

The new Villa 2016/17 jerseys were officially unveiled on July 1st, coincidentally the same day that fellow relegated outfits Newcastle and Norwich also revealed theirs

The new Villa home kit for 16/17 features a claret body with a sky blue collar and sleeves. The away shirt features a claret stripe and blue panel against a white base. The words ” Passion, Pride, Purpose” can be seen inside the back of the neck. The club also revealed two new goalkeeper shirts.

Intuit Quickbooks are sponsors of the new AVFC shirts for 2016/17.

See more released Championship 2016/17 strips at footballkitnews.com

AVFC Under Armour Kit 2016 2017

AVFC Home Kit 16 17

Villa Home Shorts 16 17

Villa Home Socks 2016 17

Aston Villa Away Jersey 2016 2017

Villa Away Shorts 16 17

AVFC Alternate Socks 2016 17

11 thoughts on “New Aston Villa Under Armour Kits 2016/17 | AVFC Home & Away Shirts 16/17

  1. Albert

    Excellent from A.U just wish they made Chelsea kits & training gear better than the runners that Chelsea are set to sign with Nike.

    A.U are one of my faverte kit manufacture Macron being the best in my view.

    I think Villa fans should be very happy
    With both kids this reason now all you need are player good enough to get out of the Championship & back in to the
    Premiership I fear for Villa fans that there club may be starting the season after next in League 1.

    But in the bright side a least you will have nice kits.

    I hope you dont and up like
    Leeds United.

  2. Gemma

    Very, very smart kits. And completely interchangeable too, which is a plus given how picky referees are with colour clashes.

    The away kit is basically the same design as the one from 1997/98, a season where they reached the last 8 of the UEFA Cup.

  3. RadThompson

    These are both fantastic. Clean retro look that harkens back to better days for the Villains.

  4. Vince

    Eventhough they still are kinda “new” as a football manufacturer, Under Armour a doing well at improving their products. They clearly seem to put more efforts in each kit they do than Nike this year.

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