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New Hummel Rangers FC Tops 2018-2019 | Gers to wear orange third kit

These are the new Rangers kits 2018/19, Rangers FC’s new strips for the upcoming Scottish Premier League season. Made by Hummel, who replace Puma as kit partners (3 year deal) at Ibrox, the new Gers tops were officially unveiled on July 4, 2018. The club will also be having a new manager with former Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard at the helm of affairs for the 2018/19 season. Continue reading

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New Burnley Shirt 2018-2019

New Burnley Home Kit 2018-2019 | LaBa360 to be new shirt sponsors

This is the new Burnley home kit 2018/19, Burnley FC’s new home shirt for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Clarets jersey was officially unveiled on July 2, 2018. The club have a new principal sponsor in the form of international gaming company LaBa360, who take over from DafaBet in a “record breaking” deal. Continue reading

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Volt Barcelona Jersey 2018 2019

New Barcelona Alternate Kit 18-19 | Barca unveil “volt” away shirt

This is the new Barcelona away kit 2018/19, Barca’s new secondary jersey for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new FCB alternate shirt was officially unveiled on 2 July, 2018, around a month and a half after the Blaugrana revealed their new home kit.

For the 18/19 season, the Catalan giants have gone back to a yellow/volt change kit, a tribute to their 2005-06 season Continue reading

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Betpark Motherwell Shirt 2018-19

New Motherwell FC Kits 2018-2019 | Macron Home & Away Strips 18-19

These are the new Motherwell FC kits 2018/19, Motherwell’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Macron, the new Motherwell tops were officially unveiled on June 22, 2018 by the club. The Steelmen finished 7th in the SPL in 2017/18.

The new home shirt, predominantly amber, will be paired with white shorts, while the alternate kit features a predominantly claret kit, paired with claret shorts and amber socks. Continue reading

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Pink QPR Shirt Away 18-19

New Queens Park Rangers Errea Kits 2018-2019 | QPR to have pink away shirt

These are the new QPR kits 2018/19, Queens Park Rangers’ new home and away shirts for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Errea, the new R’s strips were officially unveiled on June 22, 2018. QPR finished a disappointing 16th in the Championship during 2017/18, picking up 56 points from 46 games.

The new home kit retains the club’s traditional hoops but with subtle tonal pinstripes and features tri-coloured detailing on the neck and the cuffs. Continue reading

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CD Leganes Joma Jersey 2018-2019

New CD Leganes Joma Kits 2018-2019 | Betway to be new shirt sponsor

These are the new Leganes kits 2018/19, CD Leganes’ new home and third kits for the upcoming La Liga season. Having unveiled their 90th anniversary special away kit a few weeks ago, the club officially released their new home and third uniforms on June 21, 2018.

The blue and white striped shirt here will serve as Leganes’ new 18/19 home shirt. On the back of the jersey are the words “SoƱando desde 1928” (Dreaming since 1928- Leganes are celebrating their 90th anniversary this season). Continue reading

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Standard Liege Away Shirt 2018-2019

New Standard Liege Kits 2018-2019 | RSCL New Balance Shirts 18-19

These are the new Standard Liege jerseys 2018/19, RSCL’s new uniforms for the upcoming Belgian Jupiler League season. Made by New Balance, the new Standard Liege kits were officially unveiled on June 21, 2018. This is the second year of New Balance’s deal with Standard after the American manufacturer replaced Kappa last season.

At first glance, the new kits appear to be pretty “standard”- a red home shirt Continue reading

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New BCAFC Kit 2018-19

New BCAFC Shirt 2018-19 | Bradford City Avec Home Kit 18-19

This is the new Bradford City kit 18/19, BCAFC’s new home shirt for the upcoming League One season. Made by Avec Sport, the new Bantams strip was officially unveiled on 21 June, 2018.

Bradford finished 11th in League One during the 17/18 season, picking up 63 points from their 46 games, eight off the playoffs. Continue reading