This is the new Oxford United home kit 2017/2018, OUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League One season. The U’s new shirt, made by Starter Clothing, were officially unveiled on 30 April, 2017, before their final home game of the season against Shrewsbury Town.
The new kit appears to be similar to OUFC’s 2016/17 away shirt in terms of design.
Oxford won the game 2-0 against the Shrews thanks to goals from Curtis Nelson and Rob Hall to finish 8th in the table. Continue reading
Reigning Italian champions Juventus’ new home shirt for 2017/18 appears to have been leaked on social media by star player Juan Cuadrado. The Colombian revealed the new jersey, complete with the Bianconeri’s new “J” club crest- the logo they revealed earlier this year.
Juventus are on course to retain their Italian league title and are also in the semifinals of the Champions League, where they will face Monaco in the last four after shutting out Barcelona over two legs in their quarterfinal tie Continue reading
This is the new Liverpool kit 2017/18, Liverpool FC’s new home strip for the 17/18 league season. The Reds are the first Premier League side to officially unveil their new 2017/18 top, with manufacturers New Balance releasing the uniform today (April 27, 2017). NB will also reveal Celtic’s new strip (inspired by the Lisbon Lions) next Thursday.
The shirt features a commemorative crest celebrating the club’s 125th anniversary (1892-2017) and takes inspiration from earlier kits, notably from the Shankly era. Continue reading
AFC Bournemouth have inked a new deal with Umbro that will see the Double Diamond replace JD Sport as the club’ official kit partners. The contract, inked for an initial period of five years beginning the 2017/18 season, is a club record one, with the first Umbro made strip set to be revealed by the club in June this year.
To celebrate the deal, a sand sculpture featuring both the AFCB and Umbro logos was created by SandWorld artists Mark Anderson and David Hicks.
In the 2016/17 Premier League season, Umbro supplied kits to Everton, Hull and West Ham United. Continue reading
This is the new Dundee United away kit 2017/18, Dundee United’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Scottish League season. Made by Nike, the new DUFC away top was officially unveiled on April 26, 2017 by the club.
The strip, consisting of black shirts and shorts, will have McEwan Legal as its principal jersey sponsor again, with J.F.Kegs appearing on the shorts. The Nike swoosh on the front is in white, as can be seen in the pic below.
Dundee are in the Championship for 2016/17 and have qualified along with Falkirk and Greenock Morton for the playoffs, which will determine if one of the trio joins Hibernian in returning back to the Scottish Prem in 2017/18 Continue reading
Osasuna will wear a special orange kit in their upcoming midweek game against Barcelona after league organisers and TV bosses ruled that their regular strips would clash with Barca’s uniform.
Los Rojillos have worn their green away top to games this season- in fact their last game on the road, against Atleti at the Calderon, was played in it.
Osasuna are bottom of the table and have the worst home record in the league this season (1W, 6D) and just a marignally better away one (2W, 3D) Continue reading
Manchester City have become the first Premier League team to officially unveil a sleeve sponsor after they announced that Nexen Tire would appear on the club’s shirts beginning the 2017/18 season. The Premiership has allowed teams to bring in sleeve sponsors from next season and City have roped in South Korean firm Nexen, who have been the club’s official tyre sponsor since 2015. City’s current major shirt sponsors are Etihad.
Not all clubs might however be able to bring in a new secondary sponsor on their sleeves- Arsenal’s existing contract with Emirates, for instance, prevents the Gunners from displaying another sponsor’s logo. Continue reading
German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach have today (April 4, 2017) officially confirmed that they will be switching to Puma from Kappa beginning the 2018/19 season. The deal, worth around 8 million euros a season, is a sizeable upgrade over their current deal (3 million euros per season) and will kick in on 1 July, 2018 for a period of six years. Continue reading