These are the new Barnet FC kits 2019/20, Barnet’s home and away tops for the upcoming Conference Premier season. The Bees were relegated from League Two at the end of the 2017/18 season but were unable to make an instant return back in the 18/19 season.
The new jerseys- amber home and white away were officially unveiled on 20 April, 2019. Both kits feature a heritage crest design as well as a honeycomb pinstripe down the centre of the shirt. Canon Medical Systems are the principal sponsors of both Barnet FC shirts
This is the new Liverpool 2019/20 kit, LFC’s new home strip for the upcoming 2019-2020 Premier League season. Made by New Balance, the new LFC 19/20 uniform was officially unveiled on 18 April, 2019- the first Premiership club to do so.
The kit is a tribute to legendary Liverpool manager Bob Paisley, who was born in 1919. To mark 100 years of Paisley, the top features thin white pinstripes, that were first introduced to the uniform back in 1982/83, when Paisley managed the Reds.
The inside of the jersey also features Paisley’s signature.
Goalkeeper Alisson will be wearing a black jersey for the 2019/20 season. The jersey will officially go on sale on 9 May, 2019.
Standard Chartered remain principal shirt sponsors while Western Union appear on the sleeves.
Cameroon will wear Le Coq Sportif jerseys at this year’s Africa Cup of Nations after the Indomitable Lions announced that the French firm will replace Puma as their new kit partner. The deal brings to an end Puma’s two decade long association with Cameroon (began back in 1997). Le Coq Sportif currently outfit clubs like Fiorentina and Saint-Etienne- Cameroon will be the first major football nation in their portfolio.
Le Coq Sportif have made uniforms for Cameroon in the past- most notably in the early 1980’s (they wore LCS at the 1982 World Cup).
Cameroon are in Group F for CAN 2019 alongside Ghana, Benin and Guinea-Bissau.
Championship outfit Reading FC have announced a change in kit partners ahead of the 2019/20 season, with Italian firm Macron set to take over from Puma. The Royals have inked a three year deal with Macron, which will see them outfit Reading till the end of the 2021/22 season.
Puma have been Reading FC’s partners for nearly one and a half decades ago, having begun their association with the club back in the 2004/05 season. Reading wore Puma kits for the three seasons they were in the Premier League- 2006/07, 2007/08 and 2012/13. They came close to returning to the top flight in 2017, but lost in the playoff final to Huddersfield Town.
At the time of writing, Reading are 19th in the EFL Championship, with 42 points from 44 games.
These are the new Brazil kits 2019, Brazil’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Copa America tournament. 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the country’s famous 1919 Copa triumph, and they’ve gone for a retro look by releasing a white alternate strip (white was the colour worn by the Selecao when they won the 1919 tournament).
Brazil are the hosts for the tournament and will kick off their campaign against Bolivia on June 14. The other teams in their group include Venezuela and Peru.
The retro version didn’t just extend to the kits, but to some other aspects of the launch as well.- look at the pic which sees Philippe Coutinho has modelling the home kit!
This is the new Sochaux Montbeliard 90th anniversary jersey, a special edition shirt for FCSM made by kit partners Lotto. The shirt celebrates the club’s 90th anniversary, and was officially unveiled just before their previous league game against Le Havre.
The jersey has the names of all players who featured in at least one game for the club- amounting to over 600 names. Only 90 copies of this special edition shirt have been produced, and as you might have guessed, the price for the jersey is also 90 euros!