This is the new Cork City home jersey 2020/21, Cork City FC’s new strip for the 2021 League of Ireland First Division season. Made by Adidas, the new Cork City top was unveiled in late November 2020.
The kit was launched using the campaign “One Club, three colours”, pointing to the design of the home shirt. Cork were relegated from the League of Ireland Premier Division last month. The kit will be paired with white shorts and green socks, as can be seen in the pics below. 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.
This is the new Manchester United third kit 2020/21, Man Utd’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new MUFC third jersey was officially unveiled on 8 September, 2020 and celebrates 110 years of stripes at the club- it’s first change uniform was a striped one.
The zig zag print jersey, which has also been dubbed by some as a “Zebra shirt” however has a plain back. The design also extends to the shorts and the socks, as can be seen in the pics below. The likes of Bruno Fernandes and David Beckham are here seen modelling the third kit.
This is the new Ajax third kit 2020/21, Dutch giants Ajax Amsterdam’s new European alternate kit for the 20-21 season. Made by Adidas, the new kit officially debuted today (August 22, 2020) in a friendly against RB Salzburg, a fixture which Ajax won 4-1.
The new third shirt celebrates the 50th anniversary of Ajax’s first European triumph and has the date 02.06.1971 written inside the back of the neck. The strip is a black and gold creation from the Adidas stable and is primarily expected to be worn in European away games in the 2020-21 season. Ajax were originally supposed to go through the playoff round, but results in the 19/20 UCL have given them a direct spot in the group stages of next season’s competition.