This is the new Cork City away jersey 2016, League of Ireland outfit Cork City FC’s new alternate kit for the upcoming season. Made by Nike, the new CCFC away jersey was officially unveiled on 25 November, 2015 by the club.
Cork City finished second in the 2015 season with 68 points, 9 behind winners Dundalk. The second place finish was enough to earn them a spot in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League along with Shamrock Rovers and St.Pats Athletic. Continue reading
These are the new Groningen shirts 16/17, Dutch club FC Groningen’s new home and away jerseys for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Robey Sportswear, and chosen in an online poll by the club’s fans, the new designs were officially unveiled on 24 November, 2015
The predominantly green shirt will be Groningen’s new away top for 2016/2017. It won 43% of the vote, narrowly beating a black option that was the choice of 38% of voters. Continue reading
This is the new Independiente jersey 2016, well known Argentine club Club Atletico Independiente’s new home kit for the 2016 Argentine season, made by German manufacturers Puma
Independiente finished 5th in the 2015 Argentine Primera Division and thus qualified for the Liguilla Pre-Libertadores. Continue reading
This is the new Jeonbuk Motors home shirt 2016, Korean outfit Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC’s new principal uniform for the 2016 K-League season. The jersey has been made by Hummel and was released a couple of days ago by Jeonbuk, who won their fourth title in the 2015 season, adding to previous wins in the 2009, 2011 and 2014 seasons.
JHFC’s 2015 K League Classic title triumph also guarantees them a spot in the group stages of the AFC Champions League. Continue reading
This is the new FC Tokyo kit 2016, Japanese club FC Tokyo’s new home strip for the upcoming J-League season. Made by Umbro, the new kit was officially revealed on November 22, 2015.
FC Tokyo missed out on the 2015 Championship playoffs in heartbreaking fashion. They were held to a 0-0 draw by Sagan Tosu, while Gamba Osaka beat Montedio Yamagata 4-0. Both teams eventually finished on 63 points, but the twin results saw Gamba qualify for the playoffs on points difference at the expense of FC Tokyo. Continue reading
These are the new Scotland kits 2016/2017, the Scottish national football team’s new uniforms for World Cup 2018 qualifying. Made by Adidas, the new Scotland tops were officially unveiled on November 22, 2015. Scotland were the only home nation not to qualify for Euro 2016, with England, Northern Ireland and Wales all qualifying for next summer’s Championships in France. Gordon Strachan’s men were in the same qualifying Group as Germany, Poland and the Republic of Ireland.
The new Scotland 16/17 home shirt features a tartan print design, not too dissimilar to the one Continue reading
Hyundai A-League outfit Newcastle Jets have today (November 18, 2015) unveiled a special RAAF jersey that they will wear when they take on Brisbane Roar at the Hunter Stadium on November 28.
The jersey, made by partners BLK, attempts to strengthen ties between the Jets and the RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) with the match between the Jets and the Roar named the “RAAF Base Williamtown round” round. The military base is around 15 km north of Newcastle, NSW, where the Jets are based. Continue reading
League Two club Portsmouth FC have given their supporters a chance to vote for the club’s new kits for the 16/17 season. Pompey’s new kit poll is open till November 23, with fans given three choices for each of the club’s new uniforms (home, away and third) next season.
At the time of writing this article, Pompey are fourth in the table, behind Plymouth, Oxford United and Northampton Town.
The kit manufacturer will remain Sondico. Check out Pompey’s 16/17 shirt vote options below Continue reading