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Nacional Special Shirt 2018 Abdon Porte 100th Anniversary

New Nacional Abdon Porte Jersey 2018- Umbro Special Limited Edition Tribute Kit 2018

Here is a special edition kit from Uruguayan giants Nacional from Umbro to honour their legendary star Abdon Porte. The midfielder, 25, won nineteen titles, but tragically committed suicide in 1918 and in recognition of his 100th anniversary, the 2018 Uruguayan Apertura tournament has been named the Abdon Porte tournament in his honour.

Montevideo based Nacional have a long standing rivalry with Penarol, the reigning Uruguayan league champions who are expected to unveil their own kit later this month Continue reading

New Defensor Sporting Jersey 2018

New Violet Defensor Sporting Jersey 2018- Defensor Sporting Umbro Shirt 2018

Uruguayan club Defensor Sporting won the Apertura in 2017 and took Clausura champions Penarol to penalties in the eventual final, which the latter won 4-2 in the shootout.

Kit makes Umbro have unveiled a new uniform for Defensor Sporting- a violet kit that was unveiled in March 2018 by DSC. Defensor are one of several Uruguayan clubs based in the capital city of Montevideo.

Here are some pics of the new Defensor Sporting kit, which has Medico Uruguaya on the front of the jersey, as can be seen below. Continue reading

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New Cruzeiro Jersey 2018- Cruzeiro Umbro Home Kit 2018

This is the new Cruzeiro shirt 2018, Brazilian giants Cruzeiro’s new home uniform for the upcoming Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A season. Made by Umbro, the new Cruzeiro 2018 kit was officially unveiled on 5 March, 2018. Cruzeiro are one of several top flight clubs in Brazil to be outfitted by the double diamond brand.

Cruzeiro finished 5th in the 2017 season, 15 points behind eventual winners Corinthians. It however did earn them a spot in the group stages of the Libertadores.

Caixa are shirt sponsors, as can be seen in the pics below Continue reading

New Cape Town City FC Jersey 2017-2018 | Umbro PSL Home & Away Kits 17-18

These are the new Cape Town City FC jerseys 2017/18, Premier Soccer League side Cape Town City’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming South African top flight season. Made by Umbro, the new kits were officially unveiled on 3 August, 2017.

The 2016/17 season was Cape Town City’s first as a PSL franchise. They were formed when John Comitis bought the league license of the Mpumalanga Black Aces and relocated them from Mbombela to Cape Town.

The side had an impressive first season. Under coach Eric Tinkler (member of South Africa’s 1996 AFCON winning squad), they finished third in the league behind Bidvest Wits and Mamelodi Sundowns, and also managed to win the Telkom Knockout Cup. Continue reading

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Blue Bournemouth Kit 2017-18 | New AFCB Away Shirt 17-18 by Umbro

This is the new Bournemouth away kit 2017/18, AFC Bournemouth’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, this is the first away top to be made for the Cherries by the Double Diamond brand and comes a little over a month after they unveiled their 17/18 season home shirt. Continue reading

New Blackburn Away Shirt 2017-2018 | Umbro Rovers Alternate Kit 17-18

This is the new Blackburn away kit 2017/18, Blackburn Rovers’ new alternate top for the upcoming League One season. Made by Umbro, the new BRFC away jersey was officially unveiled on 12 July, 2017, close to a month after the club released their 17/18 home shirt.

The “galaxy and red striped” shirt is a throwback to one of Rovers’ most famous strips- the alternate one they wore during their successful 1994/95 campaign. The club were relegated from the Championship to League One at the end of the 16/17 season and will be hoping to bounce back immediately. Continue reading

Grey Everton Kit 2017-2018 | New EFC Away Shirt 17-18 by Umbro

This is the new Everton away kit 2017/18, EFC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new Everton change uniform was officially unveiled on 10 July, 2017, close to two months after the club released their new home kit.

Everton will be donning a grey strip on the road next season. Continue reading