This is the new Inter Milan third shirt 2020/21, Inter’s new second alternate strip to be worn in Champions League/European games for the upcoming season. Made by Nike, the new Internazionale third shirt was officially unveiled on 23 September, 2020
The new jersey features black and grey horizontal stripes and is a throwback to the late 90’s. It has the words “Inter Milano” on the reverse and will be paired with black shorts and socks.
As always, the kit will be available in two versions for supporters to purchase- stadium and vapour. It goes on general sale to the public in the first week of October.
These are the new Kaizer Chiefs jerseys 2020/21, KCFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Premier Soccer League season. Made by Nike, the new Amakhosi shirts were officially unveiled on 22 September, 2020 by the club.
Chiefs dominated the 2019/20 PSL campaign for most of the season but were pipped to the title on the final day of the season by Mamelodi Sundowns after they drew with Baroka and Sundowns beat Black Leopards.
The new Chiefs home kit features a lions’ mane design on the front (to reflect the Bataung clan name), while the alternate jersey is a blue creation from the Nike stable. Continue reading
This is the new Wolves third kit 2020/21, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ second alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new kit is red in colour and appears to be a tribute to Portugal, with many of the club’s current players hailing from the country.
Wolves have a Portuguese manager in Nuno and several of their key players- Pedro Neto, Ruben Neves, Daniel Podence, Rui Patricio, Joao Moutinho and the newly signed Nelson Semedo to name a few, are all Portuguese.
The predominantly red jersey will be paired with red shorts and green socks, as can be seen below. The club have also unveiled a greyish goalkeeper shirt featuring the same graphic design common to plenty of Adidas GK kits this season.
Sevilla will look to bring the Super Cup back to Nike and Spain when they lock horns with Bayern Munich at the Puskas Arena on Thursday night.
Los Rojiblancos have also released a special one-off kit for this clash and the shirt, a modified version of their 2020/21 home strip, will feature a special orange patch that commemorates their six Europa League triumphs. It also has a new typography on the back, influenced by the city of Seville (in the words of the club) Continue reading