These are the new Barnet FC shirts 2017/18, Barnet’s new home and away tops for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Jako, the new Bees jerseys were officially unveiled on June 22, 2017 by the club- the same day that they also revealed plans to expand the capacity of the Hive to approximately 8,000.
Barnet finished 15th in League Two in 2016/17, picking up 14 wins and drawing 15 games for a total haul of 57 points.
Both the unveiled strips (orange and blue) have elements from the club crest subtly integrated Continue reading
This is the new Darmstadt home shirt 2016/2017, Darmstadt 98’s new home strip for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Die Lilien returned to the German top flight in the 2015/16 season after a gap of over three decades and despite being tipped for an immediate return to the second tier, beat all the odds to stave off relegation and finish 14th in the table, ahead of the likes of Hoffenheim, Eintracht Frankfurt and VfB Stuttgart.
The new strip has been made by Jako and sponsored by Software AG. Darmstadt were one of two clubs to wear Jako in the 2015/16 season, with the other being relegated Hannover. Continue reading
These are the new Barnet FC kits 16/17, Barnet’s new uniforms for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Jako, the new Barnet FC shirts were officially unveiled on 29 April, 2016. The club will be having four strips for next season- home, away, third and a fourth celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Bees winning the FA Amateur Cup back in 1946 against Bishop Auckland at Stamford Bridge
Barnet’s new 2016/17 home jersey is predominantly black with horizontal pinstripes and an amber sash. The alternate shirt is white with a purple sash, while the third one is amber in colour. Continue reading
After four decades with Adidas, German Bundesliga club Bayer 04 will have a new kit partner next season in the form of Jako. The new Jako Bayer Leverkusen shirt deal is for an initial period of 2 years, beginning the 2016/17 season, with the option of extending it by a year built into the contract.
Jako already outfit several teams in Germany- Hannover, Darmstadt and Karlsuher SC to name a few, but Leverkusen will be their biggest club by some margin, unlike Adidas, where the Werkself were below the likes of Real Madrid, Bayern, Juventus and Manchester United in the pecking order. This was also quoted as a key reason for inking the deal by Bayer CEO Michael Stade who said, “Bayer 04 will be for Jako the clear number one among the advertisers – and not one of many”
The new Jako made shirt will feature Continue reading