This is the new Feyenoord away shirt 2019/20, Feyenoord Rotterdam’s new alternate uniform for the upcoming Eredivisie season. Made by Adidas, the new Feyenoord away jersey was officially unveiled on 15 May, 2019, on the eve of their league fixture against Fortuna Sittard.
The blue and yellow top is also the first to carry the logo of Feyenoord’s new sponsor DroomParken, with the holiday park chain taking over from Qurrent. Continue reading
This is the new Aberdeen strip 2019/20, Aberdeen FC’s new home kit for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Adidas, the new Dons top was officially unveiled on 14 May, 2019, making them the third SPL club to release their new kit after Rangers and Celtic. AFC also announced that shirt sponsors Saltire Energy had signed a multi-year extension that would make them the longest running sponsors in the Dons’ history.
The new Aberdeen top, as you’d expect, is primarily red. The design on the front however doesn’t extend to the back in any form- it’s plain on the reverse, as can be seen in the pics below. Red shorts and socks complete the look of the new kit. Continue reading
This is the new Juve shirt 2019/20, Juventus’ new home strip for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Adidas, the new Juve jersey was officially unveiled on 12 May, 2019 and was worn by the Bianconeri last night for their league clash against AS Roma, a fixture they lost 2-0 to the Giallorossi.
Moving away from their traditional stripes, Adidas have given Juve a “half and half” jersey this season, with a thin pink stripe separating the two halves. Pink was of course the colour of Juve’s first ever shirt before they switched to their now famous black and white kit. Continue reading
Click here to see the green Ajax away shirt for 2019/20- released May 15, 2019
This is the new Ajax home shirt 2019/20, Ajax Amsterdam’s new primary uniform for the upcoming Eredivisie season. The new Ajax 19/20 home jersey was officially unveiled on 9 May, 2018, a day after Erik Ten Hag’s men were eliminated in heartbreaking fashion from the Champions League tie by Tottenham Hotspur. They were seconds away from reaching the final before Lucas Moura’s stoppage time winner took Spurs though on away goals.
The new Ajax kit retains the club’s famous white and red colours, but has some black detailing as well. The logo, for instance, will be a black one on a white background. This Adidas creation is a nod to their glory years of the 1990’s and pays tribute to the city of Amsterdam, where the club are based. Continue reading
Championship club Brentford have announced that Umbro will take over as the club’s kit partners beginning the 2019/20 season. The new Bees shirt deal with Umbro is for a period of four years (till 2023) and sees the Double Diamond brand take over from Adidas, who have been producing the club’s uniforms since 2013.
Brentford finished 11th in the Championship in 2018/19, seven points behind Derby, who took the final playoff spot. The Rams were one of three second tier clubs to be outfitted by Umbro in the 18/19 season- the others being Hull and Blackburn.
The 19/20 season will be Brentford’s last at Griffin Park, with the Bees set to move to their new Community Stadium in 2020. Continue reading
This is the new Leicester City home kit 2019/20, LCFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas,the new Foxes uniform was officially unveiled on 7 May, 2019, thus making the Midlands outfit the fourth PL team to reveal their 19/20 shirt after Liverpool, Chelsea and Bournemouth.
The new LCFC home jersey features a chequered pattern on the front. The club have also unveiled thee different camo goalkeeper jerseys- black, gold and grey. The new kit also sees the return of white shorts to the outfield kit. Continue reading
These are what appear to be Real Madrid’s new shirts for the upcoming 2019/20 season. The Spanish giants had a poor 18-19 season, eventually bringing back Zinedine Zidane after he had quit the club last May. They were dumped out of the Champions League by Ajax in the Round of 16, and appear likely to finish behind both Barca and Atleti in La Liga.
The new Real Madrid home shirt, with its golden trim, appears to strongly resemble one they wore earlier this decade (the 2011/12 one). The away kit is a blue creation from the Adidas stable, with the last one being the third. These pics were sent to us by a reader, and do look like the real deal Continue reading