This is the new Cambridge United kit 2018/19, CUFC’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Puma, the new Cam Utd shirt was officially unveiled on June 14, 2018 by the U’s.
Cambridge finished 12th in the 2017/18 EFL League Two season. They were also unfortunately on the receiving end of a 7-0 thrashing from Luton, the heaviest margin of defeat for a fourth tier team during the 17/18 campaign.
The shirt features a fading stripe graphic on the front and is the first CUFC jersey to feature the logo of new sponsors Hill Continue reading
This is the new Arsenal away kit 2018/19, Arsenal’s new change strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma (rumoured to be their last season with the Gunners with Adidas supposedly taking over), the new alternate uniform was officially unveiled on 7 June, 2018, two weeks after the club’s new home strip was revealed.
The new Arsenal shirt is a dark blue creation from the Puma stable, with a diamond cut design on the front and heather-marl flecks on the sleeves. Continue reading
This is the new PAFC away kit 18/19, Plymouth Argyle’s new change strip for the upcoming League One season. Made by Puma, the new Argyle away kit was officially unveiled on June 6, 2018, a little over three weeks after the club had revealed their new 2018/19 home shirt.
Argyle will be wearing a quartered shirt for their travels in 2018/19. The green and white jersey has Ginsters as its principal sponsor, with the logo of heating products manufacturer Firebird appearing on the back. Continue reading
This is what appears to be the new Marseille home kit for 2018/19, OM’s new principal uniform for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. The kit has not been officially unveiled yet, but the club released a teaser today (June 6, 2018), which seems to closely resemble the leaks that our readers have sent us.
Marseille will be switching to Puma from Adidas in 2018/19, ending their long standing association with the latter. There will be no change in the primary sponsor though (Orange)
Marseille narrowly missed out on a spot in the Champions League for 2018/19, finishing fourth in the 17/18 Ligue 1 season (one point behind rivals Olympique Lyonnais) Continue reading
We showed you the new Rotherham United home kit when it was released two weeks ago and today (May 31, 2018), the Millers have officially unveiled their new change strip for the upcoming EFL Championship season.
RUFC finished fourth in League One during 2017/18, but beat Continue reading
West Bromwich Albion have revealed two key details about their new 2018/19 kit for the upcoming Championship season, with the Baggies inking a new deal with Puma that will see the latter replace Adidas. There will also be a new principal shirt sponsor, with Ideal Boilers coming on board for the next two seasons to replace Chinese entity Palm.
Albion were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the 17/18, a bittersweet ending for new gaffer Darren Moore, who was named Manager of the Month on the same day that his side went down. Continue reading
Premier League giants Arsenal have today (May 23, 2018) unveiled their first ever sleeve sponsor in the form of the Rwanda Development Board, with “Visit Rwanda” set to be present on the left sleeve of the Gunners’ kits from the 2018/19 season. The deal is for a period of three seasons.
Unlike many of their league rivals, Arsenal did not have a sleeve sponsor in the 2017/18 season owing to their nature of their primary shirt sponsorship contract with Emirates. However, a recent extension to that deal, announced in February 2018, now allows the Gunners to negotiate their own sleeve sponsorship deals. Continue reading
Edit May 23- edited to reflect Arsenal’s new sleeve sponsorship deal with Visit Rwanda
This is the new Arsenal kit 18/19, Arsenal FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Puma, the new Arsenal home shirt was officially unveiled on May 22, 2018 and will be the first uniform for the Gunners since Arsene Wenger left after a two decade plus long stay at the Emirates. Outgoing Paris SG boss Unai Emery is likely to be the Frenchman’s successor.
The Gunners finished a disappointing 6th in the Premier League in 2017/18 Continue reading