Southampton have unveiled a new third shirt that they will be wearing for their game against AFC Bournemouth this weekend (December 18, 2016). The Premier League has ruled that both of Saints’ existing home and away tops clash with Bournemouth’s uniforms and the South Coast outfit’s technical partners Under Armour have therefore come up with this white third kit. Continue reading
These are the new Tottenham kits 2016/17, Spurs’ new home, away and third kits for the upcoming Premier League season. The Lilywhites finished third in the Premier League behind surprise champions Leicester City and bitter rivals Arsenal, thus securing an automatic spot in the 2016/17 edition of the Champions League. Made by Under Armour, the new THFC shirts were officially unveiled on July 8, 2016 Continue reading
These are the new Southampton shirts 2016/17, Saints FC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Premier League season. The first to be made by Under Armour as part of their new seven year deal with the club to replace Adidas, the new uniforms were officially unveiled on July 5, 2016 by the club. Continue reading
These are the new Aston Villa kits 2016/17, AVFC’s new home and away strips for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Under Armour, the new kits are the first to be produced by the US brand as part of a five year deal inked with the Midlands outfit to replace Macron.
The new Villa 2016/17 jerseys were officially unveiled on July 1st Continue reading
This is the new AZ Alkmaar away shirt 16/17, AZ’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Eredivisie season. The new kit has been made by Under Armour, who also supply strips to the likes of Tottenham and (more recently) Southampton, and were officially unveiled on 8 May, 2016. It made it’s on-field debut earlier today when AZ met Utrecht
The predominantly blue shirt features a collar and takes inspiration from the Alkmaar coat of arms Continue reading
Click here to see the new Southampton Under Armour Kits 2016/17- Released July 5, 2016
Southampton have officially announced a new shirt deal with Under Armour that will see the latter replace Adidas as the club’s technical kit partners beginning the 2016/17 season. The deal is for a period of 7 years (2016-2023) and officially kicks in on July 1, 2016.
The value of the contract was not revealed, but sources estimate it to be around the Continue reading