This is the new Hoffenheim shirt 2016/17, TSG 1899’s new home strip for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Lotto, the new Hoffenheim strip was officially unveiled on May 14, 2016 and made its debut in yesterday’s fixture against Schalke. The home side lost the game 4-1 to the Royal Blues.
The front and the back of the jersey are in Hoffenheim’s traditional blue, but a darker shade of the same colour has been used for the shoulders and the sleeves. There are four diagonal stripes on the shirt Continue reading
This is the new Mainz shirt 16/17, FSV Mainz 05’s new home kit for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Italian firm Lotto, the new Mainz strip was officially unveiled on 11 May, 2016 and will be worn by the club in this weekend’s crunch clash against Hertha Berlin.
At the time of writing this article, Mainz are assured of a spot in Europe next season, but can be overtaken by both Hertha and Schalke, which may see them have to settle for a Europa league qualifying spot instead of a direct berth in the group stages Continue reading
These are the new Mainz shirts 15/16, FSV Mainz 05’s new home, away and third tops for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Made by Lotto, the new Mainz uniforms were officially unveiled on July 10, 2015. The club have reunited with Lotto after a period of seven years, having chosen to go with American sportswear giant Nike between 2008 and 2015.
Mainz also have a new principal sponsor for the upcoming Bundesliga season. Entega have been replaced by Kommerling, a brand of new sponsors Profine GmbH. Profine have inked a three year deal with Mainz, who finished 11th in the Bundesliga in 2015/16.
The home (red with white trim) and away (white with blue trim) are pretty simple creations, while the third one is the eye catching one, and features a rather unique design! Continue reading
These are the new Deportivo shirts 2015/16, Deportivo La Coruna’s new home, away and third kits for the upcoming La Liga season, made by Lotto. They finished 16th in La Liga, on the same number of points as Granada and Eibar, but got their noses ahead of the other two owing to a superior head to head record. It was an important season for SuperDepor, having just made their way back from the Segunda Division to the top flight in 2014. Continue reading