This is the new Roma kit 2018/19, AS Roma’s new home strip for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, the new Roma home shirt was officially unveiled on 11 May, 2018.
The kit features a chainmail armour design on the front (lorica hamata) as a nod to the unbreakable bond between the club, the city of Rome and its fans.
The jersey also features some yellow on the crew neck collar and will be first worn when Roma take on Juventus this weekend. Also check out the launch video for the new kit below.
Roma reached the semifinals of the 2017/18 Champions League, eliminating favourites Barcelona before losing 7-6 in an epic semifinal to Liverpool.
Qatar Airways are the principal sponsors of this new Roma 2018/19 top Continue reading
This is the new Juventus third kit 2017/18, Juve’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming Italian top flight season. Like other Adidas third uniforms, this one is also fan created via the German giant’s Creator Studio Platform. Continue reading
This is the new AC Milan third kit 2017/18, Milan’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming Italian top flight season. Made by Adidas, the new Milan third shirt was officially unveiled a couple of days ago and made its debut in their friendly fixture against Bayern Munich over the weekend- a game the Rossoneri won 4-0 with the likes of Kessie and Calhanoglu netting for the Italian giants Continue reading
This is the new Napoli kit 2017/18, SSC Napoli’s new home strip for the upcoming Italian Serie A season. Made by Kappa, the new Napoli shirt was officially unveiled on 11 July, 2017. Continue reading
These are the new Lazio kits 2017/18, SS Lazio’s new home and alternate tops for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Macron, the new Lazio 17/18 jerseys were officially unveiled on July 7, 2017.
The Biancocelesti finished 5th in Serie A in 2016/17 with 72 points, sealing a direct spot into the group stages of the Europa League Continue reading
Weeks after unveiling their new home kit, Italian champions Juventus have followed it up with the release of their new alternate strip for the upcoming Serie A season. The jersey, revealed at the opening of the new Juventus store pays homage to the city of Turin where the Bianconeri are based with its yellow and blue design, as well as their uniforms from the 80’s.
The away kit, like the home one, features the new J logo, an attempt by Adidas to mix the past and the future. Continue reading