These are the new Bafana kits 2020/21, the uniforms to be worn by the South African national soccer team during their 20/21 campaign. The new kits are the first to be made by French manufacturer Le Coq Sportif as part of their deal to replace Nike, and the uniform will debut in their friendly against Namibia in Rustenburg.
LCS have unveiled three different shirts- a primarily yellow home one, a green away top and another white alternate jersey.
In Le Coq Sportif’s words, the design on the front is inspired by the diamond (South Africa’s most prized possession). The kit has been manufactured in the Republic using high strength polyester and features specialised technology to make the players feel cool and comfortable.
South Africa have officially signed a new kit deal with French manufacturer Le Coq Sportif that will see the latter replace Nike as the country’s official uniform suppliers. The LCQ Bafana deal is for a period of five years beginning June 1, 2020 and brings to an end SAFA’s six year association with Nike that began in 2014.
This is the second big international kit deal in Africa for Le Coq Sportif, who also replaced Puma at Cameroon last year. They also provide jerseys to Serie A club Fiorentina. Continue reading
Cameroon will wear Le Coq Sportif jerseys at this year’s Africa Cup of Nations after the Indomitable Lions announced that the French firm will replace Puma as their new kit partner. The deal brings to an end Puma’s two decade long association with Cameroon (began back in 1997). Le Coq Sportif currently outfit clubs like Fiorentina and Saint-Etienne- Cameroon will be the first major football nation in their portfolio.
Le Coq Sportif have made uniforms for Cameroon in the past- most notably in the early 1980’s (they wore LCS at the 1982 World Cup).
Cameroon are in Group F for CAN 2019 alongside Ghana, Benin and Guinea-Bissau.
These are the new Fiorentina kits 18/19, AC Fiorentina’s new uniforms for the upcoming Serie A season. Manufacturer Le Coq Sportif unveiled FIVE jerseys at a launch event on June 20, 2018 for the Viola- one in their traditional purple and four others- white, red, green and blue. Fiorentina finished 8th in Serie A in the 17/18 season, outside the European qualification spots.
The kits are apparently a nod to the four quarters of Florence- Santa Maria Novella Continue reading