This is the new Athletic Bilbao kit 18/19, Athletic Club’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new kit celebrates the club’s 120th anniversary (it was founded in 1898) and was officially unveiled on May 23, 2018. Athletic are the only major La Liga team to wear NB after Sevilla ended their deal with the Boston manufacturer and switched to Nike.
Athletic had a very disappointing 17/18 league season, finishing just outside the bottom three, in 16th place with just 43 points to show for their efforts. Continue reading
Premier League giants Arsenal have today (May 23, 2018) unveiled their first ever sleeve sponsor in the form of the Rwanda Development Board, with “Visit Rwanda” set to be present on the left sleeve of the Gunners’ kits from the 2018/19 season. The deal is for a period of three seasons.
Unlike many of their league rivals, Arsenal did not have a sleeve sponsor in the 2017/18 season owing to their nature of their primary shirt sponsorship contract with Emirates. However, a recent extension to that deal, announced in February 2018, now allows the Gunners to negotiate their own sleeve sponsorship deals. Continue reading
These are the new Inverness Caledonian Thistle shirts 2018/19, Inverness CT’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Scottish Championship season. Made by Errea, the new Caley Thistle kits were officially unveiled late in the evening on 22 May, 2018, the same day that Highland rivals Ross County released their new uniforms.
Caley were relegated from the Scottish Premiership at the end of the 2016/17 season, but were unable to return immediately to the top flight, finishing fifth and outside the playoff spots in the 17/18 season. Continue reading
These are the new Ross County kits 2018/19, RCFC’s new home and away uniforms for the Scottish Championship season. Made by Macron, the new Ross County FC tops were officially unveiled on May 22, 2018. The club were relegated at the end of the 17/18 season after finishing last in the Premiership and will be aiming for an immediate return to the top tier.
The new RCFC home shirt is navy with red and white detailing on the side while the away kit is a red creation with a tartan design from the Macron stable. Continue reading
Edit May 23- edited to reflect Arsenal’s new sleeve sponsorship deal with Visit Rwanda
This is the new Arsenal kit 18/19, Arsenal FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Arsenal home shirt was officially unveiled on May 22, 2018 and will be the first uniform for the Gunners since Arsene Wenger left after a two decade plus long stay at the Emirates. Outgoing Paris SG boss Unai Emery is likely to be the Frenchman’s successor.
The Gunners finished a disappointing 6th in the Premier League in 2017/18 Continue reading
Sevilla have inked a new kit deal with Nike that will see the American sportswear giant replace New Balance as the Andalusian club’s uniform suppliers beginning the 2018/19 season. The new Sevilla Nike deal is for a period of three seasons- beginning in 2018 and ending in 2021. It is also the first time in Los Rojiblancos’ 128 year history that they will be partnering with Nike. Continue reading
These are the new Club Brugge shirts 2018/19, Brugge’s new home and away jerseys for the upcoming 2018/19 Belgian First Division A season. Made by Macron, the new Brugge 18/19 kits were officially unveiled on May 21, 2018 during the club’s official celebrations for their 17/18 title win, which also gave them a spot in the group stages of the Champions League for the 18/19 season.
Club Brugge’s new home shirt, as you’d expect sticks to their traditional blue and black colours. #BLUVNGOAN is present inside the back of the neck. For the alternate uniform, Macron have taken inspiration from the flag of the City of Bruges Continue reading
This is the new Coventry City playoff final shirt 2018, Coventry’s special, one off strip to be worn in the League Two playoff final at Wembley against Exeter City. Made by Nike, this new CCFC jersey was officially unveiled on May 21, 2018.
The club have, in their words, “exhausted” the supply of their original 2017/18 home kit, and have therefore commissioned this one off striped jersey for the final. The Sky Blues finished 6th in League One in 2017/18 and beat Notts County in their playoff semi to book their spot in the final against the Grecians.
This special playoff uniform will NOT be Coventry’s home shirt for the 18/19 season. Continue reading