These are the new Cagliari kits 2019/20, Cagliari Calcio’s new home, away and third jerseys for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Macron, the new Cagliari 19/20 uniforms were officially unveiled late in the evening on 23 May, 2019.
The Sardinia based club look set for another solid mid-table finish in Italy in 2018/19 and will finish their season this weekend against Udinese.. The new home shirt retains the club’s red and blue colours. The away jersey is predominantly white with a red & blue graphic design on the front, while the third top is a green creation from the Macron stable.
On the back of the jerseys is the word #ForzaCasteddu” (Casteddu is the name of Cagliari in the Sardinian language) Continue reading
This is the new Roma shirt 2019/20, AS Roma’s new home kit for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, the new Giallorossi uniform was officially unveiled on 23 May, 2019.
The shirt retains Roma’s traditional colours, but features a lightning bolt design as a nod to Jupiter, the Roman God of the sky.
Roma were historically nicknamed “La Magica” and it’s the inspiration behind the slogan for this kit release “It’s Magic. It’s AS Roma”
Paired with white shorts and red socks, the new AS Roma 19/20 shirt will be worn this weekend against Parma at the Olimpico. Continue reading
This is the new Inter home kit 2019/20, Internazionale Milano’s new primary jersey for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, it features the Nerazzurri’s traditional blue and black colours, but broken up by a diagonal stripe design in the centre that draws inspiration from the club’s away shirt from three decades ago.
Inter are currently fourth in Serie A this season, and are locked in a battle with Atalanta, AC Milan and Roma for the right to join Juve and Napoli in the Champions League in 2019/20.
Inside the back of the neck is a cross (a nod to the Milan city crest), with the words “Internazionale” inside it. Pirelli remain Inter’s principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Milan home shirt 2019/20, AC Milan’s primary uniform for the upcoming 19/20 Serie A season. Made by Puma, the new Milan home strip was officially unveiled on May 19, 2019 and made its onfield debut in the Rossoneri’s GW37 2-0 win over Frosinone.
The kit is a tribute to Milan’s great year of achievement in 1969, when they won both the European Cup and the Intercontinental Cup.
The shirt features narrow red and black stripes with a black round collar. The Puma logo and that of sponsors Fly Emirates one are both in white, as the shorts and socks. The goalkeeper jersey is a green one from the Puma stable. Continue reading
This is the new Juve shirt 2019/20, Juventus’ new home strip for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Adidas, the new Juve jersey was officially unveiled on 12 May, 2019 and was worn by the Bianconeri last night for their league clash against AS Roma, a fixture they lost 2-0 to the Giallorossi.
Moving away from their traditional stripes, Adidas have given Juve a “half and half” jersey this season, with a thin pink stripe separating the two halves. Pink was of course the colour of Juve’s first ever shirt before they switched to their now famous black and white kit. Continue reading
These are the new Fiorentina kits 18/19, AC Fiorentina’s new uniforms for the upcoming Serie A season. Manufacturer Le Coq Sportif unveiled FIVE jerseys at a launch event on June 20, 2018 for the Viola- one in their traditional purple and four others- white, red, green and blue. Fiorentina finished 8th in Serie A in the 17/18 season, outside the European qualification spots.
The kits are apparently a nod to the four quarters of Florence- Santa Maria Novella Continue reading
This is the new Genoa kit 2018/19, Italian Serie A outfit Genoa CFC’s new home strip for the upcoming league season. Made by Lotto, the new Genoa shirt was officially unveiled on May 20, 2018, with the likes of snowboarder Michela Moioli and returning defender Domenico Criscito present. Genoa lost 2-1 to Torino on the final day of the season and eventually finished 12th in the 2017/18 season.
The shirt sticks to the club’s traditional red and blue colours, and its year of founding (1893) can be seen on the back. Continue reading