This is the new Marseille kit 2019/20, Olympique de Marseille’s new home jersey for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Puma, the new OM 19/20 shirt was officially unveiled on May 24, 2019, just before their GW38 clash against Montpellier.
Prima facie, the uniform appears to be a pretty simple one- predominantly white with some blue detailing. There is however some subtle detailing- the blue stripes on the jersey carry the words “Olympique de Marseille”. There’s also a cross on the back of the shirt.
Marseille are currently 6th in Ligue 1, but a win this weekend would see them swap positions with 5th place MHSC.
Puma have opted to use the slogan “Le Flow de Marseille” (The flow of Marseille), for the launch of this new home kit. Continue reading
This is the new Rennes kit 2019/20, Stade Rennais FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Puma, the new SRFC shirt was officially unveiled on 24 May, 2019, on the eve of their final league game of the season against Lille.
Puma have opted for a half and half design for the 19/20 jersey, with red and black as the primary colours. The reverse though is completely red. Back shorts and socks complete the new SRFC kit.
Samsic remain principal shirt sponsors. Rennes are currently 10th in Ligue 1, but they did qualify for Europe by winning the French Cup against Paris Saint-Germain. Continue reading
This is the new Nantes kit 2019/20, FC Nantes’ new home strip for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by New Balance, the new FCN 19/20 shirt was officially unveiled on 22 May, 2019.
The club have also opted for a change in logo, with a Juve-esque minimalist design now appearing on the front of their jerseys. Fellow Ligue 1 outfit Lille, also outfitted by NB, did something similar last year.
At the time of writing, Nantes are currently 11th in Ligue 1 going into the final round of fixtures. They will play Strasbourg at home this weekend. Synergie remain principal shirt sponsors, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
These are the new Lyon kits 2019/20, Olympique Lyonnais’ new home and away shirts for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Adidas, the new OL uniforms were officially unveiled on 15 May, 2019.
The new Lyon 19/20 home shirt is predominantly white, as you’d expect, with silver detailing on the shoulders and red and blue cuffs. It features a buttoned collar and an embossed lion on the front of the jersey. The new home kit will be first seen in action when Lyon take on Caen at the Groupama Stadium on 18 May, 2019.
The alternate jersey is a blue creation from the Adidas stable, and features thin stripes. The lion motif can be seen on the player number on the reverse. The blue shirt, like the home one, is also sponsored by Hyundai, and will be worn next weekend (24 May) when Lyon play away at Nimes. Continue reading
These are the new Angers kits 19/20, Angers SCO’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. The new Angers SCO 2019/20 shirts, made by Italian manufacturer Kappa, were officially unveiled on 2 May, 2019, just weeks after the two partners had announced a contract extension till 2023.
These are also the 100th anniversary kits for Angers (100 ans below the club crest). The home shirt is in its traditional black and white stripes, while the alternate is grey in colour (the lines apparently represent the evolution of the club and their desire to reach the peak). The Scania logo appears on the home jersey while Gaulois have their presence on the away shirt. Continue reading
This is the new Sochaux Montbeliard 90th anniversary jersey, a special edition shirt for FCSM made by kit partners Lotto. The shirt celebrates the club’s 90th anniversary, and was officially unveiled just before their previous league game against Le Havre.
The jersey has the names of all players who featured in at least one game for the club- amounting to over 600 names. Only 90 copies of this special edition shirt have been produced, and as you might have guessed, the price for the jersey is also 90 euros!
French club Amiens SC have released a new third kit that they will debut in their midweek clash against Thierry Henry’s AS Monaco. The new blue jersey, made by manufacturers Puma, was unveiled earlier this week and will be worn on Tuesday evening (December 4, 2018) by ASC in their game against ASM at Stade Credit Agricole. Continue reading