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
Click here to see the new Porto third shirt 2018/19- released June 4
This is the new Porto kit 2018/19, FCP’s new home strip for the upcoming Portuguese Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new Porto shirt was officially unveiled on May 30, 2018. Porto finished as Liga NOS champions for 2017/18, breaking arch rivals Benfica’s four year winning run.
The new kit, launched using the tagline “Born for Success”, celebrates this title win. It also serves as the club’s 125th anniversary strip (Porto were formed in 1893) Continue reading
Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp have been given a boost ahead of their Champions League final after principal shirt sponsors Standard Chartered today (May 24, 2018) announced that they would be extending their sponsorship with the Reds till the end of the 2022/23 season.
The banking giant first came on board as the main shirt sponsor at Anfield in 2010, replacing Carlsberg in a four year deal worth £80m. Extensions in 2013 and 2015 took the deal till the end of the 18/19 season and with this latest extension, SC will be seen on the front of Liverpol’s jerseys till 2023 (a total of 13 seasons) Continue reading
This is the new Athletic Bilbao kit 18/19, Athletic Club’s new home strip for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by New Balance, the new kit celebrates the club’s 120th anniversary (it was founded in 1898) and was officially unveiled on May 23, 2018. Athletic are the only major La Liga team to wear NB after Sevilla ended their deal with the Boston manufacturer and switched to Nike.
Athletic had a very disappointing 17/18 league season, finishing just outside the bottom three, in 16th place with just 43 points to show for their efforts. Continue reading