This is the new Inter Milan third shirt 2020/21, Inter’s new second alternate strip to be worn in Champions League/European games for the upcoming season. Made by Nike, the new Internazionale third shirt was officially unveiled on 23 September, 2020
The new jersey features black and grey horizontal stripes and is a throwback to the late 90’s. It has the words “Inter Milano” on the reverse and will be paired with black shorts and socks.
As always, the kit will be available in two versions for supporters to purchase- stadium and vapour. It goes on general sale to the public in the first week of October.
This is the new Chelsea FC third shirt 2020/21, CFC’s new second alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Nike, the new third kit was officially unveiled on 7 September, 2020 but officially went on sale today (September 10, 2020), thus allowing us to have a better look at the full kit, including the reverse of the shirt and the shorts and the socks.
The strip has come in for criticism from some quarters for resembling the colours of Chelsea’s London rivals Crystal Palace.
3 remain principal shirt sponsors, as can be seen below. The jersey comes in two versions- vapor and stadium.
Vapor version of Chelsea Third Kit 2020-21
Stadium version of CFC Third Shirt 2020/21
This is the new Club America home jersey 2020/21, Mexican side America’s new primary uniform for the upcoming campaign. Made by Nike, the new Club America shirt was officially unveiled on July 22, 2020, and comes around two months after the launch of their away strip in May.
The jersey features an inverted triangle design with blue and red lines. It has a v-neck design, with the words “El más grande” inscribed inside. AT&T remain principal jersey sponsors, with Total appearing on the sleeve and Caliente on the reverse, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
This is the new Barca home kit 2020/21, FCB’s new primary uniform for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new Barca shirt was officially unveiled on July 14, 2020 by the Catalan giants.
The new kit was officially supposed to be released earlier (there were plans to wear it for the Espanyol game), but production issues have resulted in the stadium version (the regular supporters one) not being available. Only the more expensive player version jerseys (vapor) have been currently made available to the public to purchase.
The jersey sees a return to stripes for the Blaugrana, with a thin yellow line also present on the design. The senyera flag can be seen on the reverse. The shirt will be paired with blue shorts and hooped socks, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading