These are the new Southampton tops 17/18, Saints FC’s new home and alternate kits for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Under Armour, the new Southampton 2017/18 strips were officially unveiled on the club on 17 June, 2017. In the buildup to the reveal, the club released an animated cartoon series, featuring subtle digs at the likes of Ronald Koeman, Liverpool and Portsmouth.
The new home kit takes inspiration from the Southampton shirts of the early 80’s, worn by the likes of Kevin Keegan and Mick Channon, Continue reading
These are the new Cardiff City kits 2017/18, CCFC’s new home and away jerseys for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new CCFC shirts were officially unveiled on 16 June, 2017 by the Bluebirds.
Cardiff finished 12th in the Championship in 2016/17 with 62 points, eighteen behind Fulham, who took the final playoff spot on offer.
The Bluebirds have ditched red and opted to don a lime green shirt, paired with white shorts and socks, on the road next season. Both home and away shirts are sponsored by Visit Malaysia. They have also announced that their 16/17 away strip will serve as their third kit for the 2017/18 season. Continue reading
This is the new Valencia away shirt 17/18, Valencia CF’s new alternate kit for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Adidas, the new VCF away jersey was officially unveiled on June 16, 2017, a little over a fortnight after the club unveiled their 17/18 home kit.
The senyera jersey is inspired by the uniform worn by the Los Che side that won the 1979 Copa del Rey against Real Madrid, winning 2-0 thanks to a brace from Mario Kempes. Continue reading
Like Portuguese giants FC Porto, who have unveiled all three of their 2017/18 season kits in the space of a week, League Two outfit Grimsby have today (June 16, 2017) completed their list of kit releases for the upcoming season with the release of their third shirt.
The Mariners will use a pink creation from Italian uniform partners Errea as their second alternate strip. Young’s Seafood remain principal sponsors. Grimsby started off the reveal by first unveiling the home kit on the 14th, and then followed it up with a blue away top yesterday.
The club also unveiled their goalkeeper uniforms for the new season along with the third kit. Continue reading
This is the new Accrington Stanley kit 2017/2018, ASFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Adidas, the new Stanley home top was officially unveiled on June 16, 2017.
Accrington Stanley finished 13th in the 2016/17 EFL League Two season with 65 points, but only five off a playoff spot (Blackpool, who eventually won promotion, had 70). The club will be sporting a pretty simple all-red Adidas strip next season at the Crown Ground, as the pics below show us.
WHam are principal shirt sponsors, with Guide Security appearing on the back and Fagan and Whalley on the shorts. Continue reading
This is the new Wolves kit 2017/18, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ new home strip for the upcoming EFL Championship season. Made by Puma, the new Wolverhampton shirt was officially unveiled on 16 June, 2017 by the Molineux outfit.
Wolves finished 15th in the Championship in 2016/17, picking up 58 points from 46 games. Under Paul Lambert, the side managed famous Cup wins over Stoke and Liverpool, but struggled to find league consistency, and eventually had to settle for a spot in the bottom half of the table.
The new WWFC shirt uses a Puma template seen employed by several clubs this season Continue reading
This is the new Boro away kit 17/18, Middlesbrough FC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Adidas, the new alternate top was officially unveiled on June 16, 2017, roughly around two weeks after the club unveiled their home shirt.
The new away jersey mirrors the design of the home one, but in white and navy colours. A minor change is however present in the positioning of the Adidas stripes- they’re on the side in the home shirt, and on the sleeves in the away jersey. White and navy was a popular combo when Boro wore it back in the 2002/03 season. The club also used white as recently as 2015. Continue reading
This is the new Hearts kit 2017/18, Heart of Midlothian FC’s new home strip for the upcoming SPL season. The Edinburgh based outfit have inked a new deal with Umbro (who last made kits for them back in 2011/12) and parted ways with Puma after two seasons. The new top was officially unveiled on 16 June, 2017 by the club.
The shirt is a modern take on the uniform Umbro supplied to the club back in 1977, with the reintroduction of the running diamond. It also features a collar and will be paired with white shorts. Save the Children continue to appear on the front of the jersey for the third season running. Continue reading