This is the new Porto away kit 2020/21, FCP’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Portuguese league season. Made by New Balance, the new FCP away jersey was officially unveiled on July 7, 2020.
Porto’s new home shirt for 2020/21 featured thinner stripes with yellow detailing, while this one is a navy and orange creation from the NB stable. It is inspired by the city of Porto, and will be paired with orange shorts and navy and orange socks, as can be seen in the pics below. The goalkeeper jersey is steel grey in colour.
Like the home shirt, the away top also had “Nacao Porto” (Porto Nation) visible only on the inside. Continue reading
This is the new Porto home kit 2020/21, FC Porto’s new primary uniform for the upcoming Portuguese Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new FCP jersey was officially unveiled on July 3, 2020.
The new home shirt features the famous blue and white stripes of the club, but in a thinner avatar than we’ve seen in recent years. It also features the logos of NB and shirt sponsor MEO in yellow, and will be paired with blue shorts and white socks.
On the inside is a badge with the words “Nacao Porto”. The goalkeeper shirt is black in colour, as can be seen in the pics below.
Porto’s release follows that of rivals Sporting- SCP revealed their new Macron home shirt two days ago. Continue reading
This is the new Standard de Liege kit 2020/21, Belgian club Standard de Liege’s new home jersey for the upcoming First Division A season. Made by New Balance, the new RSCL 2020/21 home shirt was officially unveiled on 17 June, 2020. Continue reading
Liverpool have agreed a deal with new kit partners Nike that will see the two parties defer their contract till the official beginning of the 2020/21 season. LFC’s current deal with New Balance ends on May 31, 2020 and their new one with Nike was originally due to begin on June 1, 2020.
Will Liverpool lift their first Premier League title in a Nike kit?
No, the deferment of the Nike agreement (in return for undisclosed financial compensation) ensures that if the Premier League season resumes or the Reds are crowned champions, they’ll do so in a New Balance jersey. LFC have thus chosen to meet their ethical obligations by deferring the deal.
New Balance took Liverpool to court a few months ago in order to ensure the Reds didn’t swap them for Nike, but lost the battle as the judgement went in favour of the Reds.