These are the new Atletico Nacional jerseys 2015, the new uniforms for Colombian champions Atletico Nacional. Made by Nike, the new shirts were officially revealed on 23rd January, 2015, but were leaked on the internet way prior the official release.
In terms of design, you could say both the strips are a bit of a let down on last season’s ones as they seem to use generic Nike templates.
The striped jersey is Atletico Nacional’s new 2015 home shirt, with the other one set to serve as the away/alternate. Continue reading
This is the new Club Atlas third jersey 2015, Mexican club Atlas Futbol Club’s new third kit (tercer jersey). The Puma made shirt was unveiled on 5th January, 2015, but leaks had gone on to the internet prior the release, proving to be legit. Continue reading
These are the new Universidad Catolica jerseys 2015, Chilean club UC’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming season. Made by Umbro, who take over as kit partners from Puma, the new UC 2015 uniforms were officially unveiled on 30th December, 2014 at the Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo in Santiago.
The new 2015 CD Universidad Catolica de Chile home shirt remains the same- white with a thick blue horizontal stripe, while the away is dark blue with light blue and white vertical stripes. Both jerseys are sponsored by DirecTV.
Franco Costanzo, Cristopher Toselli, Cristian Alvarez and Mark Gonzalez are here seen modelling the new Cruzados 2015 jerseys. Continue reading
This is the new O’Higgins jersey 2015, the new home kit for Chilean club O’Higgins made by New Balance. The strip was officially unveiled on 29th December, 2014 by the club.
The Rancagua based club won the Supercopa de Chile in 2014, beating Deportes Iquique.
The base template (broad outlines) is very similar to Liverpool’s Warrior Sports away kit for the 2013/14 season. Not too surprising, given that New Balance is a rebranding of Warrior, and they will supply Liverpool FC’s kits for the 2015/16 season.
More interestingly enough, the numbers on the back seem to have sponsors as well.
The blue jersey in the pic below is O’Higgins new home jersey, with the white serving as the away/alternate Continue reading
This is the new Colo-Colo shirt 2015, Chilean club Colo-Colo’s new home jersey for the 2015 season, made by Under Armour. The new kit was officially unveiled on 29th December, 2014 by the club, but had been leaked a while back onto the internet, with release pics proving the leak to be correct.
The shirt features a new principal sponsor in the form of DirecTV, who replace Cristal.
Chilean legend Ivan Zamorano, amongst others were present at the unveiling of the new strip. The jersey features a thick central stripe as a tribute to the Estadio Monumental. It has three stars under the shield (to represent the 30 Chilean titles won) and one above (for the 1991 Libertadores trophy)
Justo Villar and Esteban Paredes are here seen modelling Colo Colo’s new 2015 jersey. Continue reading
This is what appear to be the new Morocco football shirts 2015, the Moroccan national team’s new uniforms for Adidas that they will wear in their quest to qualify for the 2016 World Cup.
Morocco were originally due to host AFCON 2015 and would have automatically qualified as hosts, but their late withdrawal means that they will not be taking part in the tournament
The uniforms have not been officially released, but are apparently for sale at malls in the country Continue reading
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Lazio have officially unveiled a new 2015 jersey today (21 January, 2015) that is based on the famous kit worn by the 1986-87 side. Reports were already circulating in the Italian media last month, and the leaks have been proved true after the official release of the kit. The new Lazio eagle kit 2015, which celebrates 115 years of history will debut when Lazio take on AC Milan at the Olimpico on January 25. Continue reading
This is the new Bray Wanderers jersey 2015, League of Ireland club Bray Wanderers FC’s new home strip for the upcoming season. Made by Nike, the new Bray Wanderers shirt was officially unveiled on 22nd December, 2014 by the club.
The jersey is based on the Nike Striker III template, with a single thick white stripe on the side. White is also present on the sleeve, with green being the base colour.
Royal Hotel are the sponsors of the new Bray Wanderers shirt Continue reading