Tag Archives: Adidas

Jadon Sancho United Away Kit 22_23

Manchester United debut new white away kit with red & black Adidas stripes against Crystal Palace

This is the new Manchester United away kit 2022/23, MUFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new United change shirt first saw action in the Red Devils’ pre-season friendly against Crystal Palace in Melbourne earlier today, a fixture that Erik Ten Hag’s charges won 3-1.

The shirt is predominantly white and features red and black Adidas stripes on the shoulders- a nod to 1999. Adidas have unveiled two pairs of shorts (black primary and white alternate), with white socks completing the kit. Like with the new MUFC home shirt, this one has Teamviewer on the front and DXC on the sleeve. Continue reading

Graphic Lettering on Arsenal Away Shirt 22 23

New Arsenal Away Kit 22-23 | Black & Bronze Nike Jersey to debut against Orlando City

This is the new Arsenal away shirt 2022/23, AFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new Arsenal away jersey was officially unveiled on 18 July, 2022 and will make its on-field debut when the Gunners take on MLS outfit Orlando City in a pre-season friendly.

The shirt is a black & bronze creation from the Adidas stable, with a graphic on the front that is inspired by Arsenal’s lettering (the design extends to the reverse too). It will be paired with black shorts & socks, as can be seen below. Emirates remain principal shirt sponsors, with Visit Rwanda appearing on the sleeve Continue reading

New LUFC Jersey 2022-23 | Adidas Leeds United Home Kit with Wish as Sleeve Sponsor

This is the new Leeds United home shirt 2022/23, LUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new LUFC jersey was unveiled yesterday and made its on-field debut in Leeds’ pre-season clash against Brisbane Roar in Australia, a fixture Jesse Marsch’s men won 2-1 against their A-League opponents.

The white, yellow and blue jersey has a new sleeve sponsor in the form of e-commerce company Wish (replacing Boxt). Leeds will also have a new training kit sponsor in the form of Astonish this season, with the firm taking over from Clipper. Continue reading