This is the new Eintracht Frankfurt shirt 2017/18, Eintracht’s new home jersey for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Nike, the new SGE kit was officially unveiled on June 23, 2017.
The club also unveiled a new major shirt sponsor, with US job search engine Indeed taking over from local brewery Krombacher after inking a three year contract. Indeed will apparently be paying Eintracht close to 6.3 million euros a year to appear on the front of their jerseys, a marginal increase over the previous deal with the Kreuztal based brewery. Continue reading
This is the new Northampton Town away kit 2017/18, NTFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by Nike (Just Sport), the new Northampton Town shirt was officially unveiled late in the evening on 14 June, 2017.
The Cobblers finished 16th in the 2016/17 EFL League One season, picking up 53 points from 46 games.
The new alternate shirt is black in colour, with white side panels and cuffs. It also features a v-neck design, and will be paired with black shorts and white socks.
The University of Northampton appear on the front of the jersey, with Opus Energy appearing on the back Continue reading
This is the new Trabzonspor jersey 2017/18, a new uniform for Turkish giants Trabzonspor. Made by Nike, the new shirt was officially unveiled on June 3, 2017, on the eve of their Super Lig clash against Bursaspor.
The new jersey is white in colour and features a geometric design reminiscent of the one on Spain’s alternate strip for the European Championships last year.
Trabzonspor, who finished 12th back in the 2015-16 season, have produced an improved showing in 2016-17, but enough to get them back in Europe again.
Qatar National Bank (QNB) are the principal sponsors Continue reading
This is the new Man City home kit 2017/18, Manchester City’s new home jersey for the upcoming 17/18 Premier League season. Made by Nike, the new MCFC home shirt was officially unveiled on May 31, 2017. The club were originally due to release the kit on May 25, but the launch was put back due to the Manchester Arena bombing that took place a few days before.
The new City 2017/2018 home strip celebrates the 50th anniversary of club’s 1967-68 league triumph. Continue reading
This is the new Barcelona kit 2017/18, Spanish giants Barca’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new Barca top was officially unveiled on 29 May, 2017 and features a new major sponsor in the form of Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten, who replace Qatar Airways on the front.
Barcelona finished second behind Real Madrid in La Liga and were eliminated in the last eight of the Champions League by Italian champions Juventus. Continue reading
This is the new Inter kit 2017/18, Italian giants Internazionale Milano’s new home shirt for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, the new Inter top was officially unveiled on May 25, 2017 and will debut in this weekend’s fixture at the San Siro against Udinese.
Inter have endured a barren run since Jose Mourinho left the club and have finished outside the Champions League spot in the last six Italian domestic seasons. Continue reading
This is the new Roma kit 2017/18, AS Roma’s new home strip for the upcoming Serie A season. The new Giallorossi top, made by Nike, was officially unveiled on 25 May, 2017
The kit is a rather simple one from the Nike stable, but there will be one major difference- after all these years, there will be no Francesco Totti wearing the uniform next season, with the legendary playmaker set to make his final appearance for the capital outfit this weekend against Genoa Continue reading
This is the new Paris SG kit 2017/18, French giants PSG’s new home jersey for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Nike, the new PSG strip was officially unveiled on May 23, 2017.
The shirt is a navy blue offering from the Nike stable, with what appear to be burgundy coloured sleeves and red and white detailing circling the collar. Down the centre of the jersey is a red chevron design. Inside the back of the neck are the words “Ici C’est Paris”
Fly Emirates remain principal jersey sponsors as can be seen in the pics below Continue reading