This is the official FC Barcelona home kit for the 2010/11 season manufactured by Nike, which is available for pre-order Here.
Not on sale to the public until the 5th of June, FC Barcelona have chosen to officially unveil their new strips for the 2010/11 season today. The presentation of David Villa to the Barcelona faithful may have been one reason for the descision for such an early showing of the new kits.
The shirt contains just two red stripes compared to four from its previous incarnation. UNICEF remains as the clubs main shirt sponsor, a continuation of their deal to donate €1.5 million a year to the organization over a course of five years, to support UNICEF's programmes for children worldwide.
A new feature to the shirt is an all yellow round neck collar, something not seen before on previous Barça shirts, infact yellow as a tertiary colour has only been seen on the shirt during Nike's period of manufacturing for the current Spanish champions.
The Catalan team will also show off it's heritage by displaying a flag of Catalonia on the back of the collar. Also their is the writing 'Més que un club' (More than a club) on the left sleeve, the slogan symbolises how Barcelona is seen as an icon to the Catalan people and what Catalans stand for.
The shorts are red with a blue trim, the last time Barcelona played in red shorts was the 2004/05 season and were greeted with a mixed reception by fans. The socks are blue with a red band around the top, a yellow swoosh and FCB wrote on the calf.
The club will also wear the FIFA World Club Cup emblem until November/December time, until the next edition of the global club cup is played, where they will not get to defend their title.