This is the new Club America home jersey 2020/21, Mexican side America’s new primary uniform for the upcoming campaign. Made by Nike, the new Club America shirt was officially unveiled on July 22, 2020, and comes around two months after the launch of their away strip in May.
The jersey features an inverted triangle design with blue and red lines. It has a v-neck design, with the words “El más grande” inscribed inside. AT&T remain principal jersey sponsors, with Total appearing on the sleeve and Caliente on the reverse, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Club America away kit 20/21, Club America’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Liga MX season. Made by Nike, the new CA alternate jersey was officially unveiled on 24 May, 2020.
The kit takes inspiration from the 80’s- one of the most successful periods in the club’s history. It is predominantly white with an inverted triangle design in yellow, red and blue, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Forge FC jersey 2020, the new home shirt for Hamilton based soccer club Forge. The Hammers were the winners of the inaugural edition of the Canadian Premier League last year, and this new primary uniform, made by Macron was officially unveiled on 27 February, 2020.
The jersey has six stripes on the front as a nod to the six municipalities that make up the city of Hamilton, Ontario- Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook, Hamilton and Stoney Creek.
On the back of the jersey is a forge hammer and the words “We are Many, We are One”. As 2019 CPL finals winners, Forge will also have a golden champions patch on the sleeve, as can be seen below. Continue reading
Here is the new Los Angeles Galaxy home jersey 2020, the primary kit to be worn by the Galaxy in this year’s Major League Soccer season. Made by Adidas, the new uniform was officially unveiled by Javier Chicharito Hernandez, the club’s new marquee signing. Hernandez has moved to the MLS from Sevilla and will the league’s highest paid player, reportedly earning around $6m a year.
The Galaxy were on the lookout for a big name forward to join their ranks after Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s exit and finally zeroed in on the Mexican international, who has played for the likes of Man Utd, Real Madrid, Leverkusen and West Ham and retains a spot on the national team.
Chicharito is here seen modelling the new Galaxy 2020 shirt.