The best kits of 2016/2017

Another season is around the corner. Another change in football jersey design. Let’s have a look at some new kits for the forthcoming season.

Arsenal

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Arsenal’s new kit is made by Puma who are notorious for making tight shirts that aren’t exactly fan friendly. The design is smart however.

Liverpool

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I’m sure Liverpool wore this a few years ago?

Man City

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I’m not sure about the two shades of blue, but the old crest will surely be welcomed by Citeh faithful.

Inter Milan

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An interesting design from Nike. The Pirelli and Nike logos in yellow is a nice touch.

Juventus

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Not keen on this, but not the worst kit I’ve ever seen.

Milan

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Gorgeous modern design and the return of the classic crest is always welcome.

Roma

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An elegant design once again.

FC Bayern Munich

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Classic design with modern look. One of the finest new shirts around.

Borussia Dortmund

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Not too different from Juve’s kit. Not overly keen.

Barcelona

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The return of vertical stripes. Classic design and shade of red and blue.

Real Madrid

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There’s not a lot you can do with an all white kit, but this very tasty.

Valencia

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Not sure how I feel about the orange stripes, but it’s a lovely design.

Celtic

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Classic hoops. Collar makes it look smart in my view.

FC Porto

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More white than blue. Not the worst shirt they’ve put out in recent years.

Marseille

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Lovely design across the top half. Very smart.

PSG

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Modern design and darker shade of red. Not bad.

Boca Juniors

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The yellow stripe should be lower, but not a bad one.

Corinthians

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Without the Nike logo, it would look like a shirt from any era. Timeless classic look.

Feyenoord

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If it wasn’t for the ridiculously large Opel logo, it would be a superb design.

PSV

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I’m sad to see PSV ended their 30 year sponsorship agreement with Philips. This is a nice shirt. Classic.

 

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