This is the new Ajax away kit 2021/22, Dutch giants AFC Ajax Amsterdam’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new change uniform was revealed and debuted by Ajax in their De Klassieker clash against bitter rivals Feyenoord Rotterdam over the weekend.
The new Ajax away shirt for 2021/22, is predominantly blue in colour and features a vertical stripe design, seemingly taking inspiration from the club’s jerseys from the early 90’s. It however does look pretty similar to Brazilian club Gremio’s current colour scheme! Ziggo remain principal shirt sponsors with Curacao on the sleeve, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Ajax third kit 2020/21, Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam’s new European alternate kit for the 20-21 season. Made by Adidas, the new kit officially debuted today (August 22, 2020) in a friendly against RB Salzburg, a fixture which Ajax won 4-1.
The new third shirt celebrates the 50th anniversary of Ajax’s first European triumph and has the date 02.06.1971 written inside the back of the neck. The strip is a black and gold creation from the Adidas stable and is primarily expected to be worn in European away games in the 2020-21 season. Ajax were originally supposed to go through the playoff round, but results in the 19/20 UCL have given them a direct spot in the group stages of next season’s competition.
This is the new Feyenoord away kit 2020/21, Feyenoord Rotterdam’s new change strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Feyenoord away jersey was officially unveiled on July 2, 2020. Great rivals Ajax had released a blue away shirt three weeks ago, while PSV Eindhoven revealed their new Puma home kit yesterday.
Feyenoord’s new alternate shirt is a striking red and black creation from Adidas. The Adidas stripes are in white on the sides, while the shorts and socks are both red in colour. The reverse of the jersey is plain (black)- the graphic design doesn’t extend to the back.
Droom Parken remain principal shirt sponsors, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new FC Utrecht home kit 2020/21, Utrecht’s new primary shirt for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Nike, the new Utrecht jersey was officially unveiled on 1 July, 2020, on the 50th anniversary of the club’s founding (July 1, 1970)
This retro creation from Nike thus celebrates 50 years of the club’s existence, and as a tribute, features the logos of DOS, Elinkwijk and Velox (the three clubs that merged to found Utrecht) on the back of the shirt.
There’s also a big change on the jersey sponsorship front, with T-Mobile replacing Zorg van de Zaak as primary sponsors. The telecom firm have inked a three year deal with the club. Red shorts and red socks complete the look of the FCU home kit 20/21, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new PSV Eindhoven jersey 2020/21, PSV’s new home kit for the upcoming Eredivisie season. The shirt, the first to be made by new kit partners Puma as part of a long term deal to replace Umbro, was officially unveiled on July 1, 2020.
The jersey contains PSV’s traditional red and white stripes, but with the city of Eindhoven’s “Vibe” logo subtly applied. Brainport Eindhoven appear on the front of the jersey, with EnergieDirect.nl appearing on the reverse. The stripes do not go all the way around the back. Black shorts and white socks with red detailing complete the look of PSV’s new Puma kit for 2020/21. Continue reading
These are the new Groningen shirts 2020/21, FC Groningen’s new home and away kits for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Puma, the new Groningen jerseys were officially unveiled on 27 June, 2020, the same day that Dutch legend Arjen Robben announced his plans of a comeback with his former club.
Robben started his career with Groningen before moving to PSV and the veteran winger has announced that he will attempt to again don the colours of his boyhood club in the 20/21 campaign.
Groningen’s new home shirt features the club’s green and white stripes and will be paired with white shorts and socks. The stripes are broken, with sponsor Office Centre appearing in the centre. The new away kit is a purple creation from Puma, and a nod to one of the club’s original match shirts from 1971. Continue reading