These are the new Legia kits 2015/16, Polish giants Legia Warszawa’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Ektraklasa season. Made by Adidas, the new Legia 15/16 kits celebrate the 100th anniversary of the club’s founding (it was formed in March 2016), and therefore pay tribute to their kits of yesteryear.
The new home shirt with a black sash (suitably modified to integrate sponsors Fortuna), and is paired with white shorts and socks. This strip is heavily influenced by their 1916 kit worn by the club during their first few games.
The home socks contain the letters CWKS (Centralny Wojskowy Klub Sportowy – Central Army Sports Club)
The new Legia away top is green in colour, paying homage to the club’s military roots. Like the home shirt, it also features a black sash, and is paired with green shorts and socks.
Both shirts feature the Legia L on the chest with a golden star to mark the club’s eleven Polish championship titles. There’s also a little 1916- 2016 (separated by a small band) inscription under the badge, another reminder of the club’s centenary year.
Legia finished second in the Polish Ektraklasa during 2014/15, just behind Lech Poznan.