Leicester City have today (June 1, 2018) officially unveiled the first kit under their new multi-year partnership with Adidas that will see the latter replace Puma as uniform partners at the King Power Stadium. We had reported on this development last month, and weeks after confirming the switch, the Foxes have now revealed their 2018/19 outfield players’ and goalkeeper kit.
The shirt features a simple blue and white design with gold trim. Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel will be wearing a red and dark grey jersey under the sticks at the King Power during the 18/19 season. Continue reading
These are the new Real Madrid kits 2018/19, Spanish giants Real Madrid CF’s new home and away uniforms for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Adidas, the new Real Madrid strips were officially unveiled on May 29, 2018, just three days after Zinedine Zidane’s side created history in Kyiv by making it a hat trick of Champions League titles following a 3-1 win over Liverpool.
The futures of both Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo have occupied reams and reams of newspaper print and it’s interesting to note that the former has been prominently used in the kit launch, while the latter is conspicuous by his absence. Continue reading
These are the new Morocco World Cup shirts 2018, the Moroccan national team’s new home and away kits for the 2018 World Cup in Russia and other international fixtures during the 18/19 season. Made by Adidas, the new Morocco WC uniforms were officially unveiled on May 24, 2018 in a function in the capital city of Rabat Continue reading
West Bromwich Albion have revealed two key details about their new 2018/19 kit for the upcoming Championship season, with the Baggies inking a new deal with Puma that will see the latter replace Adidas. There will also be a new principal shirt sponsor, with Ideal Boilers coming on board for the next two seasons to replace Chinese entity Palm.
Albion were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 17/18, a bittersweet ending for new gaffer Darren Moore, who was named Manager of the Month on the same day that his side went down. Continue reading
This is the new Valencia away kit 2018/19, VCF’s new alternate strip for the upcoming La Liga season. The new VCF change shirt was officially unveiled on May 20, 2018, ahead of Los Che’s clash at the Mestalla against Deportivo La Coruna. The club, playing in the new kit, won that game 2-1 thanks to goals from Zaza and Guedes. They’ve also qualified for the Champions League next season after finishing fourth in La Liga.
The new away kit, based on an oft seen Adidas template, has Blu as its principal shirt sponsor and BeIn on the back, with Alfa Romeo appearing on the shorts, Continue reading
These are the new Iran kits 2018, the Iranian national football team’s new home and alternate strips for the upcoming World Cup. Made by Adidas, the new Iran away shirt was unveiled just before the club’s friendly against Uzbekistan at the Azadi Stadium in Tehran on May 19. Team Melli won the fixture 1-0 thanks to Cheshmi’s first half goal.
The new alternate kit is a pretty simple red creation from Adidas, and at first glance, it seems to be based on the Condivo template. An interesting feature is the presence of the Persian Cheetah in the centre. Continue reading
This is the new Aberdeen FC kit 2018/19, AFC’s new home strip for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Adidas, the new Dons home top was officially unveiled on May 15, 2018.
The club finished second in the 2017/18 season, inflicting a rare home defeat on champions Celtic on the final day of the campaign. Derek McInnes’ side ended runners up for the fourth season in row, with Celtic losing domestically at home for the first time under Brendan Rodgers.
The new Aberdeen home kit takes inspiration from their famous 1984-86 uniform. Saltire Energy Continue reading
This is the new Juventus kit 2018/19, Italian giants Juve’s new home strip for the upcoming 18/19 Serie A season. Made by Adidas, the new Juve jersey was officially released on May 15, 2018. The Bianconeri sealed their seventh straight Scudetto over the weekend, with the draw away at Roma giving them an unassailable four point lead over second place Napoli.
Adidas have opted for a simple design with minimal stripes on the front, keeping in mind the club’s new “Black and White and More” theme . Jeep remain the shirt sponsors.
The new kit will officially make its debut this weekend when Juve host Hellas Verona in the final game of the 17/18 league campaign in Turin. Continue reading