This is the new Red Bull Salzburg kit 2019/20, Salzburg’s new home shirt for the upcoming Austrian Bundesliga season. Made by Nike, the new RBS 19/20 jersey was officially unveiled on 24 May, 2019. It also features the Meisterstern (Master Star)- added on the shirt after RBS won their 10th league title in 2018-19.
Considering the three previous titles won by Austria Salzburg, Red Bull had the option of putting the star in 2016, but chose not to after consultation with fans and other club stake holders.
Salzburg’s title victory has also confirmed their presence in the group stages of the 2019/20 Champions League, as the winner of this year’s UCL has already confirmed their participation next year through their league finish. Continue reading
This is the new Roma shirt 2019/20, AS Roma’s new home kit for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, the new Giallorossi uniform was officially unveiled on 23 May, 2019.
The shirt retains Roma’s traditional colours, but features a lightning bolt design as a nod to Jupiter, the Roman God of the sky.
Roma were historically nicknamed “La Magica” and it’s the inspiration behind the slogan for this kit release “It’s Magic. It’s AS Roma”
Paired with white shorts and red socks, the new AS Roma 19/20 shirt will be worn this weekend against Parma at the Olimpico. Continue reading
This is the new Preston North End kit 2019/20, PNE’s new home strip for the upcoming EFL Championship season. Made by Nike, the new PNEFC 19/20 top was officially unveiled on 22 May, 2019.
The 19/20 season will be Preston’s fifth straight one in the second tier of English football. After finishing 7th in 2017/18, 18/19 was a bit of a let down for the fans at Deepdale as the club ended up a lowly 14th. They finished with a goal difference of exactly 0- scoring 67 and letting in as many.
The new home jersey retains the club’s white and navy colours and is paired with navy shorts and hooped socks. 32Red are principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
This is the new Atleti kit 2019/20, Atletico Madrid’s new home shirt for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Nike, the new Atleti home jersey was officially unveiled on 22 May, 2019 by the club.
Atletico finished second in La Liga in 2018/19 behind champions Barcelona, but face a major rebuilding job next season, with the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Diego Godin and Lucas Hernandez all leaving the Wanda Metropolitano in the summer. Continue reading
This is the new Inter home kit 2019/20, Internazionale Milano’s new primary jersey for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Nike, it features the Nerazzurri’s traditional blue and black colours, but broken up by a diagonal stripe design in the centre that draws inspiration from the club’s away shirt from three decades ago.
Inter are currently fourth in Serie A this season, and are locked in a battle with Atalanta, AC Milan and Roma for the right to join Juve and Napoli in the Champions League in 2019/20.
Inside the back of the neck is a cross (a nod to the Milan city crest), with the words “Internazionale” inside it. Pirelli remain Inter’s principal shirt sponsors. Continue reading
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