This is the new Porto away kit 18/19, Portuguese champions FCP’s new primary change strip for the upcoming Primeira Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new Porto away kit was officially unveiled on June 7, 2018 by the club.
With the club having released their new home and third kits, the release of this third jersey completes Porto’s list of releases for the 18/19 season.
The away shirt is a “forest grey” creation from the NB stable with yellow detailing. Altice remain principal sponsors, with Super Bock appearing on the back. Continue reading
This is the new Arsenal away kit 2018/19, Arsenal’s new change strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma (rumoured to be their last season with the Gunners with Adidas supposedly taking over), the new alternate uniform was officially unveiled on 7 June, 2018, two weeks after the club’s new home strip was revealed.
The new Arsenal shirt is a dark blue creation from the Puma stable, with a diamond cut design on the front and heather-marl flecks on the sleeves. Continue reading
Leicester City have today (June 1, 2018) officially unveiled the first kit under their new multi-year partnership with Adidas that will see the latter replace Puma as uniform partners at the King Power Stadium. We had reported on this development last month, and weeks after confirming the switch, the Foxes have now revealed their 2018/19 outfield players’ and goalkeeper kit.
The shirt features a simple blue and white design with gold trim. Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel will be wearing a red and dark grey jersey under the sticks at the King Power during the 18/19 season. Continue reading
This is the new Bournemouth away kit 18/19, AFCB’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new Bournemouth change shirt was officially unveiled on June 1, 2018 by the club.
The Cherries finished 12th in the Premier League for 2017/18, with their boss Eddie Howe also winning the Manager of the Month award for January. Continue reading
These are the new Stoke City kits 2018/19, Stoke’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Macron, the new SCFC shirts were officially unveiled on May 29, 2018. The Potters were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 2017/18 season after a decade long stint in the top flight. Continue reading
These are the new West Ham kits 18/19, West Ham United’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new WHUFC shirts were officially unveiled on 25 May, 2018, just days after the London club had confirmed Manuel Pellegrini as their new manager.
The Hammers had a difficult 2017/18 season and Slaven Bilic had to make way midway through the season for David Moyes. The latter accomplished his mission of keeping them up, with Marko Arnautovic a key figure under him as the club finished 13th.
The new home strip sticks to the club’s traditional claret and blue colours, with Umbro opting to give the club a “dark teal” change kit. Continue reading
West Bromwich Albion have revealed two key details about their new 2018/19 kit for the upcoming Championship season, with the Baggies inking a new deal with Puma that will see the latter replace Adidas. There will also be a new principal shirt sponsor, with Ideal Boilers coming on board for the next two seasons to replace Chinese entity Palm.
Albion were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 17/18, a bittersweet ending for new gaffer Darren Moore, who was named Manager of the Month on the same day that his side went down. Continue reading
Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp have been given a boost ahead of their Champions League final after principal shirt sponsors Standard Chartered today (May 24, 2018) announced that they would be extending their sponsorship with the Reds till the end of the 2022/23 season.
The banking giant first came on board as the main shirt sponsor at Anfield in 2010, replacing Carlsberg in a four year deal worth £80m. Extensions in 2013 and 2015 took the deal till the end of the 18/19 season and with this latest extension, SC will be seen on the front of Liverpol’s jerseys till 2023 (a total of 13 seasons) Continue reading