This is the new Feyenoord kit 2017/18, Feyenoord Rotterdam’s new home strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Feynoord jersey was officially unveiled on June 30, 2017 by the reigning Eredivisie champions. The club won their first Dutch league title since 1999 last season, with Dirk Kuyt sealing the triumph with a hat trick in their 3-1 win over Heracles.
The new kit is also the first to feature new shirt sponsors Qurrent on the front. Continue reading
This is the new PSV kit 2017/18, Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven’s new home strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Umbro, the new PSV home shirt was officially unveiled on 13 June, 2017 by the club. The Eindhoven outfit finished third in the Eredivisie in 2016/17 behind champions Feyenoord Rotterdam and capital outfit Ajax Amsterdam.
The shirt is inspired by the club uniform from 1994, when legendary Brazilian forward Ronaldo arrived at the Phillips Stadium after the World Cup. Umbro have however opted to keep the centre stripe white in colour, with the sleeves a mix of red and white instead of being fully red. Energie Direct remain principal jersey sponsors Continue reading
This is the new Ajax away shirt 17/18, AFC Ajax Amsterdam’s new alternate strip for the 2017/2018 Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Ajax away kit was officially unveiled on 16 May, 2017 by the club.
Ajax will take on Manchester United in the final of the Europa League next week in Stockholm after seeing off the challenge of Olympique Lyonnais in the last four. Peter Bosz’s side are a youthful bunch- the side he fielded on the weekend against Willem II in what could have been a potentially title winning game for the Amsterdam outfit (had Feyenoord slipped up against Heracles) had an average age of 20 years and 139 days, the youngest ever in Eredivisie history, with Davy Klaassen being the “oldest” of the bunch at 24. Continue reading
This is the new Utrecht home jersey 2016/17, FC Utrecht’s new principal strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Hummel, the new Utrecht shirt was unveiled today (May 8, 2016) and was worn in the fixture at home against AZ Alkmaar. Unfortunately for the hosts, they were at the receiving end of a 3-1 scoreline. Alkmaar also debuted their new 2016/17 Under Armour away strip in this game.
Utrecht’s new home shirt is predominantly red, a decision the club said they took after seeing the positive reaction to David di Tommaso’s memorial shirt. The diagonal half and half design, present in the 15/16 shirt, has moved to the back. Continue reading
This is the new AZ Alkmaar away shirt 16/17, AZ’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. The new kit has been made by Under Armour, who also supply strips to the likes of Tottenham and (more recently) Southampton, and were officially unveiled on 8 May, 2016. It made it’s on-field debut earlier today when AZ met Utrecht
The predominantly blue shirt features a collar and takes inspiration from the Alkmaar coat of arms Continue reading
This is the new Ajax away shirt 2016/17, Dutch giants AFC Ajax’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Ajax away top was officially unveiled on 6 May, 2016. The new kit will be worn in the last game of the season away at De Graafschap. Ajax will be crowned Eredivisie champions if they win that game- they’re tied on points with PSV Eindhoven going into the last game of the season, but are ahead of the latter on goal difference Continue reading
This is the new Feyenoord away shirt 2016/2017, Feyenoord Rotterdam’s new alternate jersey for the upcoming Dutch Eredivisie season. The shirt made its debut in Feyenoord’s recently concluded game against Willem II today, a fixture they won 1-0
The kit, sponsored by OPEL, is an all light blue uniform, although the club also have the option to wear darker coloured shorts. The central stripe design on the jersey is similar to what Adidas produced for Bosnia in their 2016/17 home shirt.
Feyenoord are third in the league currently, but far behind the title chasing duo of Ajax and PSV Eindhoven. The club have however booked a spot in next season’s Europa League after beating Utrecht in the KNVB Cup Continue reading