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Back of Malmo Kit 2020-2021 Detailing

New Malmo FF Jersey 2020 | Puma MFF Allsvenskan Home Kit

This is the new Malmo FF home kit 2020, MFF’s new home uniform for the upcoming Allsvenskan season. While the start of the league has been postponed due to the coronavirus, Puma have officially unveiled the club’s new primary strip.

Malmo finished 2nd in the Allsvenskan in 2019, just a point behind winners Djurgardens. They also reached the Round of 32 of the Europa League before losing to Wolfsburg.

The new shirt, as you’d expect for MFF, is sky blue in colour and contains gold detailing in form of the Puma logo and the Malmo lettering on the collar. Volkswagen are primary shirt sponsors, with TicTac Interactive appearing on the sleeve and Limitado on the lower back. The jersey also features the Malmo coat of arms, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading

New Morocco Puma Jersey 2019

New Morocco Jersey 2019-20 | Puma Atlas Lions Kits 19-20

These are the new Morocco shirts 2019, the new uniforms for the Moroccan national football team for the upcoming 19/20 season. Made by Puma, with whom the FRMF recently signed a multi-year contract (replacing Adidas), the kits were officially unveiled on 9 October, 2019 in the city of Casablanca.

The Atlas Lions had a mixed AFCON last year- they finished with a 100% record in the group, brushing aside Ivory Coast, South Africa and Namibia, but were knocked in the last eight on penalties by Benin, who had qualified as one of the best placed third teams.

The kits (one red and the other green) appear to be pretty standard templates from Puma, as can be seen in the pics below Continue reading

New Italy Third Shirt 2019-20

New Italy Green Kit 2019- Puma Italy Renaissance Shirt to be worn vs Greece in Euro 2020 Qualifying

This is the new Italy “Renaissance” shirt 2019, a special kit for the Italian national team made by official manufacturers Puma. This new green Azzurri jersey was officially unveiled on 7 October, 2019 and will be worn when the national team take on Greece in their Euro 2020 qualifier later this week. A victory at the Olimpico will confirm qualification for their European Championships for Italy- a bit of redemption for Roberto Mancini’s men after their failure to qualify for the last World Cup.

It’s only the second time in their history that Italy will play in green- the previous such occasion was back in 1954 when they beat Argentina, and the kit aims at celebrating a new generation of talent for the Azzurri. Continue reading