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Back of Malmo Kit 2020-2021 Detailing

New Malmo FF Jersey 2020 | Puma MFF Allsvenskan Home Kit

This is the new Malmo FF home kit 2020, MFF’s new home uniform for the upcoming Allsvenskan season. While the start of the league has been postponed due to the coronavirus, Puma have officially unveiled the club’s new primary strip.

Malmo finished 2nd in the Allsvenskan in 2019, just a point behind winners Djurgardens. They also reached the Round of 32 of the Europa League before losing to Wolfsburg.

The new shirt, as you’d expect for MFF, is sky blue in colour and contains gold detailing in form of the Puma logo and the Malmo lettering on the collar. Volkswagen are primary shirt sponsors, with TicTac Interactive appearing on the sleeve and Limitado on the lower back. The jersey also features the Malmo coat of arms, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading

Carpetwright ECFC Kit Sponsorship Deal Announcement

Carpetright Exeter City Shirt Sponsorship Deal- Floor coverings company replaces Flybe as kit sponsor

Exeter City have signed a new shirt sponsorship deal with floor coverings retailer Carpetright that will see the latter become the Grecians’ primary kit sponsors beginning the 2020/21 season. The deal is for a period of three years, meaning it will also cover the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons.

Exeter were on the lookout for a new sponsor after their current sponsor- airline Flybe, went into administration following the coronavirus pandemic. Flybe’s association with Exeter dates back to 2003, and their 17 year deal is one of the longest for a Football League club. The two parties had last inked an extension back in 2018 which was to run till the end of the current 2019/20 season. Continue reading

New Bohemians Third Kit 2020

New Bohemians Third Jersey 2020 | O’Neills unveil blue & yellow Bohs 3rd kit

This is the new Bohs third shirt 2020, League of Ireland club Bohemians’ new second alternate strip for the season. Made by kit partners O’Neills, the new Bohs third jersey was officially unveiled on 16 March, 2020. It was originally supposed to debut a few days ago in their away league clash against Cork City, but that fixture was postponed due to the Coronavirus epidemic sweeping across Europe.

The third jersey is primarily blue, with a hint of yellow, as can be seen in the pic below.

Des Kelly Interiors are the jersey’s primary sponsors, having signed a four year deal with the club a few months ago. Continue reading

new northern ireland away strip 20-21

New Northern Ireland Away Jersey 2020-2021 | Adidas unveil white, mint & navy NI alternate kit

This is the new Northern Ireland away kit 2020/21, NI’s new alternate strip for international games in 2020 and the upcoming 20/21 season. Made by Adidas, the new NI away jersey was officially unveiled on 16 March, 2020.

The jersey is predominantly white with a navy collar and mint trim on the sleeves. It will be paired with navy shorts with mint detailing on the sides and mint socks with navy trim.

Northern Ireland finished third in their Euro qualifying group behind Germany and the Netherlands, which earned them a playoff tie away against Bosnia. The winner of that playoff will square off against the winner of the other playoff semi-final (Slovakia vs Republic of Ireland), which could potentially mean a NI vs ROI final in Belfast. Continue reading

Celtic Adidas Kit Deal 2020

New Celtic Adidas Kit Deal- Hoops to part company with New Balance after five years

Celtic have today (March 13, 2020) officially announced a new kit deal with Adidas that will see the German company supply strips to the Scottish giants beginning July 1, 2020. The deal is for a period of five years, meaning it includes the 2020/21, 21/22, 22/23, 23/24 and 24/25 seasons, and is reportedly the biggest ever in the history of Scottish sport.

The news also means the end of Celtic’s association with New Balance. The Boston based firm replaced Nike as the Hoops’ uniform partners in 2015, and this is a big blow for them, having also lost Liverpool to Nike earlier this season.

The first of Celtic’s new season kits were traditionally released in late April/early May during the NB tenure, but with the Adidas deal only beginning on July 1, we could expect a later release date. Continue reading