This is the new Celtic away kit 18/19, Scottish champions Glasgow Celtic’s new change strip for the upcoming SPFL season. Made by New Balance, the new Celtic away shirt was officially unveiled on June 19, 2018 and sees the return of the “Celtic cross” on the front, paying tribute to the club’s first ever uniform. Continue reading
This is the new Shamrock Rovers away jersey 2018/19, Rovers’ new change strip for the 2018 League of Ireland season. Made by New Balance, the new Shamrock Rovers away kit was officially unveiled on 9 June, 2018. Rovers finished third in the 2017 season behind Cork City and Dundalk, thus securing a spot in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League.
Rovers are the only club in the League of Ireland Premier Division to wear New Balance, and this secondary strip is a navy and green combo from the NB stable. Pepper Money (a brand of financial services firm Pepper) are principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Athletic Club away kit 2018/19, Athletic Bilbao’s new change strip for the upcoming 2018/2019 La Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new Bilbao away shirt was officially unveiled on June 8, 2018, a fortnight after the club had released their new home kit.
The new kit is blue (“Dazzling Blue” and “Surf the Web Blue” in the words of New Balance) and takes inspiration from the design of the club’s San Mames stadium. Continue reading
This is the new Porto away kit 18/19, Portuguese champions FCP’s new primary change strip for the upcoming Primeira Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new Porto away kit was officially unveiled on June 7, 2018 by the club.
The away shirt is a “forest grey” creation from the NB stable with yellow detailing. Altice remain principal sponsors, with Super Bock appearing on the back. Continue reading
We showed you the new Porto home shirt when it was released last week and the Portuguese giants have followed it up today (June 4, 2018) with the reveal of their new third kit for the upcoming 18/19 season. It has been made by New Balance in collaboration with Portuguese street artist Hazul Luzah.
Luzah, a Porto fan, has taken inspiration from the crest, the club’s famous Estadio do Dragao stadium and other elements from the city of Porto. Continue reading