These are the new Armenia shirts 2020/21, the new home, away and third kits for the Armenian national football team. Made by Macron, the new Armenia jerseys were gradually unveiled through the third week of August 2020, with the last one- the third kit (white and apricot) unveiled today. The Armenian team will have a third uniform for the first time in their footballing history.
The predominantly red shirt here is Armenia’s new 20/21 home kit. The away and third have similar templates, but different colour combinations, as can be seen in the pics below.
These are the new Ukraine shirts 2020/21, the Ukrainian national football team’s new home and alternate tops for the 2020 football season. Made by Joma, the new kits were officially unveiled on July 15, 2020. The uniforms will be worn by the national team for their Nations League games during 2020, with a new strip seemingly set to be released for next year’s European Championships.
Joma have unveiled two kits- a yellow home shirt, and a blue alternate one. Both tops appear to use the same design template, as can be seen in the pics below.
Ukraine are in Group A4 for the 20/21 Nations League alongside Switzerland, Spain and Germany. Continue reading
These are the new Tunisia shirts 20/21, Tunisia’s new home and alternate jerseys for the upcoming international season. Made by Kappa, the new kits were officially unveiled on July 3, 2020 by the Carthage Eagles.
Tunisia’s new 2020/21 home shirt is white, while the away jersey will be primarily red in colour. Both tops use the same graphic design on the front- that of the bald eagle that is closely associated with the badge and the national team. The design however does not extend to the back, which remains plain.
Tunisia finished fourth in the 2019 Africa Cup of nations, losing in extra time in the semi-finals to Senegal and then going down 1-0 to Nigeria in the bronze medal playoff. Continue reading
South Africa have officially signed a new kit deal with French manufacturer Le Coq Sportif that will see the latter replace Nike as the country’s official uniform suppliers. The LCQ Bafana deal is for a period of five years beginning June 1, 2020 and brings to an end SAFA’s six year association with Nike that began in 2014.
This is the second big international kit deal in Africa for Le Coq Sportif, who also replaced Puma at Cameroon last year. They also provide jerseys to Serie A club Fiorentina. Continue reading