We don’t normally cover kit releases from the USL League One (division 3 in the US soccer system behind the MLS and the USL Championship), but this one, coming from Forward Madison, caught our eye! 2019 is actually the first ever season in the history of the club and they’ve gone “full-mingo” (in their words), with this pink away jersey created by Danish manufacturer Hummel, and sponsored by Dairyland Insurance. Whether you hate it or like it, it’s a uniform that the club’s fans will remember for a long, long time.
It actually reminds us of Stade Francais’ rugby shirts in the French Top14. Continue reading
This is what appears to be the new NYCFC 2019 kit, the uniform New York City FC are likely to wear in the 2019 Major League Soccer season. These leaked pics were sent to us by a reader and do look like the real deal. It appears to feature a single stripe design on the side (only on the front) and like previous NYCFC shirts, has been made by Adidas. There’s also a pigeon at the bottom of the jersey! Continue reading
This is the new Queretaro third jersey, Club Queretaro’s new alternate kit for the upcoming Clausura season. Made by Puma, the new Queretaro 3rd shirt was officially unveiled in the first week of December 2018. The club finished 8th in the Apertura and advanced to the Liguilla, where they were beaten by table toppers Cruz Azul.
Queretaro are one of four Mexican top flights clubs to be currently outfitted by Puma- the likes of Monterrey and Chivas have already unveiled their new third kits ahead of the 2019 Clausura season. Continue reading
This is the new Chivas third jersey 2019, a new alternate uniform released by CD Guadalajara as they prepare for the Clausura edition of the 2018/19 Liga MX season. This new Gudalajara third kit features a unique design (the horns of the goat stretching to both shoulders) on the front, with the colours of the Mexican flag around the neck. It was officially unveiled by manufacturers Puma in December 2018. The club are better known as Las Chivas (the goats) in Mexico.
Chivas, one of the most popular clubs in Mexico, had a poor Apertura, finishing in the bottom half of the table and failing to advance to the Liguilla Continue reading