This is the new Hertha Berlin diversity jersey 2019, a special edition one off shirt to be worn by Bundesliga outfit Hertha BSC for their fixture on the final day of the 2018/19 league season against Bayer Leverkusen. The shirt, made by Nike, was officially revealed on 14 May, 2019.
The idea of the jersey, in Hertha’s words, is for a “colorful, open-mind and diverse Berlin” and to promote “diversity, tolerance and respect” in society. It will be paired with blue shorts and socks.
Hertha are currently 10th in the table and have little to play for, but their opponents are still very much in the hunt for a Champions League spot.
All proceeds from the sale of this special diversity jersey, which costs 69.95 euros, will go to Hertha’s foundation. Continue reading
This is what appears to the new Barcelona home shirt 2019/20. While the jersey is yet to be officially released, some eagle-eyed readers have already spotted it on sale in the real world, and have sent these pictures to us. They do look like the real deal, which means Lionel Messi and his team mates will be seen sporting a checkered home shirt next season, with Rakuten as primary sponsors and Beko appearing on the left sleeve.
Barca won La Liga but were denied a European title by Liverpool, who staged one of the great comebacks of all time to stun Ernesto Valverde’s men 4-0 at Anfield after having lost the first leg at the Nou Camp. Continue reading
These are the new India football kits 2019, the new home and alternate uniforms for the Indian national football team. The new India football jerseys have been made by local company Six5Six, ending the country’s previous association with Nike (dating back to 2006). The new Six5Six Indian football shirts will be worn by the Blue Tigers at the upcoming AFC Asian Cup, and will debut when they take on Oman in a friendly later this month.
The jerseys will apparently be priced cheaper than the Nike ones in order to make them more affordable to football fans in the country Continue reading
This is the new Barcelona away kit 2018/19, Barca’s new secondary jersey for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new FCB alternate shirt was officially unveiled on 2 July, 2018, around a month and a half after the Blaugrana revealed their new home kit.
For the 18/19 season, the Catalan giants have gone back to a yellow/volt change kit, a tribute to their 2005-06 season Continue reading
This is the new Eintracht Frankfurt kit 2018/19, SGE’s new home jersey for the upcoming German Bundesliga season. The new Eintracht kit was officially unveiled on June 19, 2018, EXACTLY a month after the club’s famous DFB Pokal final win over Bayern Munich. Continue reading
These are the new Preston North End kits 2018/19, PNEFC’s new home, away and third kits for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Nike, the new PNE shirts were officially unveiled on June 13, 2018. Preston narrowly missed out a spot in the playoffs in the 2017/18 season, finishing 7th with 73 points, just two behind Derby County, who took the final playoff spot.
The Lilywhites have also become the latest Championship club to be sponsored by 32Red, with the latter inking a two season deal (with the option of a third built in as well) to appear on the front of the new shirts.
Other Championship clubs to have come on board with 32Red in 18/19 include Middlesbrough and Derby County and Aston Villa, with the firm also currently having an existing partnership with Leeds United. Continue reading
Eactly a month after unveiling their new home shirt, Chelsea have today (June 11, 2018) announced a new sleeve sponsorship deal with Hyundai that will see the Korean car maker appear on the Blues’ shirts beginning the 2018/19 Premier League season. The contract is for a period of four seasons (till 2022) and sees Hyundai replace Alliance Tyres, who were CFC’s sleeve sponsors in 2017/18.
The news of this Chelsea Hyundai deal comes a little over a fortnight after London rivals Arsenal announced their deal with Visit Rwanda. Continue reading