This is the new Ajax away jersey 2019/20, Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, this new Ajax away kit was officially unveiled on May 15, 2019, on the eve of their league fixture against De Graafschap. League rivals Feyenoord also released their new away shirt on the same day.
Ajax had unveiled their 19/20 home shirt last week, and are expected to wear this green and black change kit, with orange detailing, for tonight’s game that could see them lift the Eredivisie title. Continue reading
This is the new Feyenoord away shirt 2019/20, Feyenoord Rotterdam’s new alternate uniform for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Feyenoord away jersey was officially unveiled on 15 May, 2019, on the eve of their league fixture against Fortuna Sittard.
The blue and yellow top is also the first to carry the logo of Feyenoord’s new sponsor DroomParken, with the holiday park chain taking over from Qurrent. Continue reading
This is the new AZ shirt 2019/20, AZ Alkmaar’s new home kit for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Under Armour, the new AZ Alkmaar jersey was officially unveiled on 12 May, 2019, on the eve of their clash against PSV Eindhoven. They made a winning debut in the new strip, emerging 1-0 victors in their final home game of the season, and thus also effectively ending PSV’s title hopes. Continue reading
Click here to see the green Ajax away shirt for 2019/20- released May 15, 2019
This is the new Ajax home shirt 2019/20, Ajax Amsterdam’s new primary uniform for the upcoming Eredivisie season. The new Ajax 19/20 home jersey was officially unveiled on 9 May, 2018, a day after Erik Ten Hag’s men were eliminated in heartbreaking fashion from the Champions League tie by Tottenham Hotspur. They were seconds away from reaching the final before Lucas Moura’s stoppage time winner took Spurs though on away goals.
The new Ajax kit retains the club’s famous white and red colours, but has some black detailing as well. The logo, for instance, will be a black one on a white background. This Adidas creation is a nod to their glory years of the 1990’s and pays tribute to the city of Amsterdam, where the club are based. Continue reading
These are the new Willem II shirts 2018/19, Dutch club Willem II Tilburg’s new home and away kits for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Robey Sportswear, the new Willem II jerseys were officially unveiled on 19 June, 2018. The club II finished 13th in the Eredivisie in 2017/18.
The new kit, quite interestingly, features the face of King William II (the monarch after whom the club was named) on the side. Both the home shirt and the blue away jersey do not have sponsors currently (which explains the big white space on the front of the home one).
The back of the jersey features a line from the club song “Denk Aan Je Roem En Glorie” and also features the Tilburg city Coat of Arms.
This is the new FC Utrecht shirt 2018/19, Utrecht’s new home jersey for the upcoming Dutch Eredivisie season. Made by Hummel, the kit, which sees the return of the diagonal, originally debuted last weekend against VVV Venlo. The sponsor integration on the old shirt came in for a lot of flak and FCU fans began a petition online to change the design. Their pleas were heard, with the club officially unveiling a new design that featured better sponsor integration.
Utrecht finished 5th in the regular season and are currently in the playoffs along with ADO, Heerenveen and Vitesse to determine who takes the Europa League second qualifying round spot.
Hummel of course are the rumoured new kit partners for Rangers and will also produce uniforms for Middlesbrough in 2018/19. Continue reading
This is the new Feyenoord away kit 17/18, Dutch champions Feyenoord’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Feyenoord away top was officially unveiled on 10 July, 2017, a little close to two weeks after the club unveiled their home shirt.
The Rotterdam outfit will be wearing a green and black shirt for their games away from De Kuip in the 17/18 season. Continue reading