This is the new Hibs third kit 2021/22, Hibernian FC’s new second alternate strip for the current league season. Made by Joma, the new Hibernian third top was officially unveiled on September 22, 2021 by the Easter Road outfit.
The yellow third shirt features lyrics of Sunshine on Leith (the Proclaimers) throughout the jersey. The new top will be paired with predominantly yellow shorts and socks, with Utilita appearing as shirt sponsors, as can be seen in the pics below. 25% from the sale of every third kit will go to Oxfam. Continue reading
These are the new Ukraine shirts 2020/21, the Ukrainian national football team’s new home and alternate tops for the 2020 football season. Made by Joma, the new kits were officially unveiled on July 15, 2020. The uniforms will be worn by the national team for their Nations League games during 2020, with a new strip seemingly set to be released for next year’s European Championships.
Joma have unveiled two kits- a yellow home shirt, and a blue alternate one. Both tops appear to use the same design template, as can be seen in the pics below.
Ukraine are in Group A4 for the 20/21 Nations League alongside Switzerland, Spain and Germany. Continue reading
These are the new Anderlecht kits 2020/21, RSC Anderlecht’s new home and away jerseys for the upcoming Belgian First Division A season. Made by Joma, the new RSCA shirts were officially unveiled on June 26, 2020.
RSCA will also have two new brands as shirt sponsors this season- DVV Insurance on the home shirt and Candriam on the away jersey. The duo, who will earn Anderlecht somewhere around in the range of 4-5 million euros together per season, replace the long standing BNP Paribas on the front of the jersey. Candriam, somewhat interestingly, have also signed up to be Club Brugge’s back of the shirt sponsor for 2020/21. Continue reading
This is the new Raith Rovers away kit 20/21, RRFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Scottish Championship season. Made by Joma, the new Rovers away top was officially unveiled late in the evening on 25 June, 2020, a little over three weeks after the club had first released their new home strip. This is Raith’s first season with Joma as part of the Spanish firm’s 3 year deal to replace Puma.
The new away kit is a white and light blue combination from the Joma stable, and uses the same template as the home kit, as can be seen in the pics below. It will be paired with white shorts and white and blue socks, and features Tag Games as the primary shirt sponsor- renowned author Val McDermid was on the home top. Continue reading
These are the new St.Mirren kits 2020/21, SMFC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Spanish firm Joma, the new Saint Mirren FC tops were officially unveiled on June 12, 2020.
SMFC were 9th in the 2019/20 Scottish Premiership before it was curtailed due to Covid-19, and the Paisley outfit were forced to put the vast majority of their playing and non-playing staff on furlough due to the pandemic. The new home shirt features black and white stripes, and will be paired with predominantly black shorts and socks. The club have also revealed that there will be three new goalkeeper kits for the 20-21 season- turquoise, green and yellow.
The away jersey is a red and black creation from the Joma stable.
Skyview Capital again remain principal shirt sponsors for both home and alternate tops, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Leganes third shirt 2020/21, Spanish La Liga outfit Leganes’ new alternate strip for the upcoming league season. Made by Joma, the new third kit was officially unveiled on June 10, 2020 and will be worn when Leganes travel to the Nou Camp to take on Barcelona (June 16, 2020) following the resumption of football in Spain.
The third jersey is blue in colour (a nod to the surgical masks of the same colour that we’ve seen many people wear during the Covid-19 pandemic). The jersey also pays tribute to the silent warriors fighting against the disease. On the reverse of the jersey, the words “Gracias Heroes” (Thank you heroes) can be seen. Leganes distributed copies of this jersey to those on the frontline fighting the pandemic (doctors, police, health workers etc), with the latter getting their names on the back of the shirt with No.1 on it. Continue reading