This is what appears to be the new Marseille home kit for 2018/19, OM’s new principal uniform for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. The kit has not been officially unveiled yet, but the club released a teaser today (June 6, 2018), which seems to closely resemble the leaks that our readers have sent us.
Marseille will be switching to Puma from Adidas in 2018/19, ending their long standing association with the latter. There will be no change in the primary sponsor though (Orange)
Marseille narrowly missed out on a spot in the Champions League for 2018/19, finishing fourth in the 17/18 Ligue 1 season (one point behind rivals Olympique Lyonnais) Continue reading
This is the new Caen home shirt 18/19, Stade Malherbe Caen’s new principal strip for the upcoming French Ligue 1 season. Made by Umbro, the new kit was officially unveiled on May 19, 2018. Caen drew 0-0 with champions Paris Saint-Germain on the final day of the season to preserve their top flight status and push Toulouse into the relegation playoffs.
Inside the back of the neck are the words “Normands & Conquerants” (Normans and conquerors). Another symbol harking to the club’s Norman identity (they’re based in the Normandy region of France) is the Viking on the back of the jersey. Continue reading
A week after unveiling their new away kit that was inspired by the flag of Brittany, French Ligue 1 club Stade Rennais have today (May 19, 2018) unveiled their new home shirt for the upcoming 18/19 season.
The away kit brought great luck to SRFC, seeing them win against Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes to seal a spot in the Europa League next season. They’ll be hoping for something similar with the home strip when they take on Montpellier HSC at Roazhon Park in their final game of the season. Continue reading
Click here to see the new Stade Rennais 2018/19 home jersey, released May 19
This is the new Rennes away kit 2018/19, Stade Rennais’ new alternate strip for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Puma, it was first revealed and worn in their fixture at Parc des Princes over the weekend against champions Paris Saint-Germain, which they won 2-0 to spoil Thiago Motta’s final game and seal a spot for themselves in next season’s Europa League.
The new strip is white in colour with subtle hints of red around the neck and the sleeves. The shirt also pays homage to the Gwenn-ha-du (the flag of Brittany, the province in which the club are based), with the design around the waist, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading