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Manchester United Third Kit

Manchester United has revealed the club's new third kit for the 2019/20 season. The design celebrates the team’s first FA Cup win in 1909. The team adopted a Lancashire red rose crest on their final jerseys 110 years ago. The unique rose print comes in with a dark gray colorway on the black jerseys for the new third kit, paying homage to that historic victory for the club.

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New Third Kit for Arsenal

The Arsenal Club has released their third kit for the 2019-20 season. The kit is a fresh new design that continues club tradition with a distinctly modern twist. The jersey comes in with a dark navy colorway, complimented by yellow details throughout. In an effort to save resources and help decrease emissions the jersey has been made from recycled polyester.

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Washington Women's Soccer New Kits

Washington Women’s Soccer has released their new kits for the new season. The Washington Athletic department recently signed a deal to move from Nike to adidas and is starting to roll out all the new uniforms for their team. The Women’s Soccer team revealed three kits that they will have to wear during this upcoming season. The first kit we see is a black jersey that fades down to purple with a static pattern and has purple shorts to patch. The team will also have an all purple kit that features a unique pattern throughout and the shorts will have the same pattern to match. To round out the new looks the team will have a traditional white kit with purple numbers and collar. We will be on the look out as more Washington teams release their new uniforms.

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Man City 125th Anniversary Kit

In honor of Manchester City celebrating the start of their 125th anniversary season the team has revealed a special kit to commemorate the special occasion. The kit has been inspired by the Club’s history, with different design features being voted on by the Club’s fans. The City fans were invited to vote exclusively on the details, such as: which crest the kit would get and its positioning, as well as if it would be in full color or monochrome. The fans also voted on which Manchester symbol would feature on the back and the commemorative wording on the inside tape of the neck.

The jersey is mostly light blue with a white trim, as the crest features gold lettering designating the Club’s 125 years. The jersey will not feature any sponsorship logos to keep it a very classic design. The commemorative wording of 'Manchester City since 1894', featured above a copy of the Club’s founding document, signed by Joshua Parlby. A limited edition run of 1,894 individually numbered authentic jerseys will be produced to reflect the Club’s founding year.

The kit will be worn vs Liverpool in the Community Shield at Wembley, on Sunday 4 August.


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Real Madrid New Third Kit

Real Madrid has released their third kit for the 2019-20 season. The jersey is inspired by technology and evolution from the club, with the club’s innovative development of the Santiago Bernabéu stadium being the center piece. The jerseys come in a green colorway which stands as a declaration of the intent to continue innovating and making history. The shirt has a retro-feel V-neck and sleeves, reminiscent of the jerseys of the past.


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New Away Kit for Juventus

Juventus has released their newest away kit for the upcoming season. The new kit features a futuristic pattern that draws it inspiration from the surrounding of Juventus’ Stadium. The unique graphic has been put on a base white jersey inspired by the urban buildings and structures of Turin in northern Italy. The Core-White camouflaged patterns contrasted by red detailing is meant to depict the creative players who make those bold moves on the field.


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New Jordan Away Kit for PSG

PSG has joined forces with Jordan again to create their 2019-20 away kit. The new away kit come in with an infrared colorway, that was inspired by the Air Jordan VI first seen in 1991. The jersey is outlined with black trim found on the collar and sleeves. The same black detailing is also found on the shorts and socks. With the socks featuring a double horizontal loop just below the knee with the Jumpman logo front and center. On the backside of the collar there is an ode to Paris, a city now associated with the Jordan brand. We will see the kits hit the pitch for the first time during the PSG men's friendly against Internazionale Milan on July 27 in China. 


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New Kits for South Carolina Soccer

South Carolina Men’s Soccer team has released their new kits for the upcoming season. The team shows off two new looks with one coming in a garnet and black colorway that features a stripe pattern across the jersey. This will be paired with black shorts and socks. The second kit is lighter with a striped white and garnet colorway and paired with white shorts and socks.

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New Kits for Tottenham

The 2019 Champions League finalists Tottenham Hotspur are ready for a new campaign, and will do so in new kits. For the 2019-20 season we will see Tottenham’s kit take a sophisticated approach on their traditional colors as a nod to their iconic identity.

The home kit will give the Spurs a white jersey with dark blue shorts and white socks. The jersey will feature the dark blue trim within the V-neck collar and sleeves. Some subtle details found on the jersey are the word “Spurs” found within the trim and the club motto, “To Dare Is To Do,” hidden inside the shirt. The shorts are finished off with white detailing, and the white socks feature a blue ring in the middle of the shin with the word “Spurs”.

“It’s a special time at the club right now. The team has been making great progress, and with the move to the new stadium it feels like we have real momentum behind us. The kit looks great, it has a classic feel to it; it’s 100 percent Spurs." -Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane

The Spurs away kit is a bold statement with the deep navy colorway featuring a vivid purple graphic. The design was formed from the jagged type lines reading “Spurs” on the front of the jersey. The combination of the blue and purple colors for the new away kit is a nod to the past kits made famous by Tottenham. The design of of the word Spurs on the kit only moves forward and upward within the shape, inspired by the midset of the club. The final touches come with the club’s motto in Latin, “Audere Est Facere,” within the jersey and the navy socks will have a purple ring. 

“Tottenham Hotpsur is a club which has been on an upward trajectory for some time now. They are doing it in a determined, skillful and fearless manner — all the characteristics we associate with young Londoners. Given all of this positivity, we felt it was only right to deliver kits that are Tottenham, through and through." -Pete Hoppins, Nike Football Apparel Senior Design Director

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Liverpool's New Third Kit

The new third kit for Liverpool comes in with a dark phantom black colorway accented with “Tidepool” Blue, for a bold and eye-catching kit. The pattern featured on the new kit was inspired by the city of Liverpool and the shape coming from its iconic street signs. While the 'tidepool' blue received its inspiration from the Liver Birds that sit atop the Royal Liver Building. Just like Liverpool’s 2019-20 home and away jerseys, the third kit jersey has been inscribed with Bob Paisley’s signature on the inside of the neck and features an official swing tag dedicated to the legendary manager in the year in which he would have turned 100. The kit will be completed with black shorts and black socks.

“It’s always special to pull on the Liverpool shirt. The fact this one is a celebration of my city and the streets I grew up playing in makes it even better. I can’t wait to wear it on the pitch.” -Trent Alexander-Arnold

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