This is the recently released 2020-21 Odense Boldklub Home kit by Hummel.

The Danish Superliga club’s new Home shirt consists of blue and white stripes, with a neat blue collar and black trim on the cuffs.

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Kaizer Chiefs and Nike launched their new 2020/21 Away kit that pays tribute to the club’s rich heritage.

The away jersey is striking electric blue with gold trim around the neckline and sleeves to reflect the club’s prominence in African football. The collar of the jersey is also inspired by the lion’s mane that you find on the home jersey.

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Kaizer Chiefs and Nike launched their new 2020/21 Home kit that pays tribute to the club’s rich heritage.

The home jersey draws inspiration from the icon and founder of the club, Kaizer Motaung. The jersey incorporates a lion’s mane in the design to reflect the Bataung clan name.

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This is the recently launched Parma Calcio 1913 2020-21 season “Blue” Away shirt.

Using the same basic template as the “Yellow” version, this new joint-secondary Gialloblù shirt has a yellow central band which carries the branding of club sponsor Cetilar. The crest and Erreà logos appear in yellow also, for full contrast, as does, on the upper back, the phoenix symbol embraced by Parma to celebrate their recent rebirth.

This is the recently launched Parma Calcio 1913 “Gialla” Away shirt by Erreà.

In the club’s historically significant “Gialloblù” - yellow and blue - colours, this particular new 2020-21 Away shirt has the “Giallo” part most prominent - there is another with the “blù” taking centre-stage - with the secondary colouring forming a central band. The recently adopted emblem - the phoenix - appears here in a repeating pattern, as well as being embroidered on the upper back, and as backdrop for the Cetilar sponsorship branding.

This is the new, recently launched Parma Calcio 1913 Home shirt by Erreà.

The 2020-21 Home shirt for the Italian Serie A side celebrates the club’s recent resurrection with black sleeves which are to signify the wings of new symbol, the phoenix, which appears on the upper back. The sleeves match the famous cross across the torso, which houses the primary sponsor and Erreà chest logo, while the crest is in full colour.

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Santiago-based Chilean side Club Universidad de Chile recently launched their new Third shirt by adidas.

The red adidas Condivo 20-based shirt design, featuring a jacquard texture pattern, is embellished with white contrasting neck, cuffs, adidas logo and stripes and Petrobas primary sponsorship branding. On the chest are the full-colour club crest centrally and, in the usual crest position, a letterman-style oversized “U” in orange. The upper back is decorated with the phrase “Mil Razones, Un Sentimiento”, meaning “a thousand reasons; a feeling”, which was thought up by a fan and included by way of a competition.

This is the recently released Venezia FC Away shirt manufactured by Nike.

The primarily white shirt - featuring the usual Nike Dri-FIT technology - carries banding on the front which replicates a section of the Home version, with an orange stripe housing the Nike Swoosh and full-colour crest, the black stripe being a backdrop for the tweaked “Venezia Football Club” wordmark in white, and the green below completing the famous colouring of Gli Arancioneroverdi.

This is the recently launched Venezia Football Club Home kit manufactured by Nike for the 2020-21 season.

The Venice-based Italian Serie B side - nicknamed Gli Arancioneroverdi - see their famous orange, black and green colours presented in a horizontal stripes style, with a simple crew neck and contrast green cuffs. While the Nike “Swoosh” logo is subdued in black on orange, the crest further displays the club identity in full colour and the central sponsorship position is taken up with the club name in an updated typeface - standing out on the black with maximum impact through its rendering in white.

This is the new and recently released Real Betis Third kit by Kappa.

The La Liga side’s 2020-21 secondary change shirt is primarily in grey and white, with a twist on a halves look by way of a meandering dividing line in green which depicts the trajectory of the Guadalquivir river - also known as the Baetis or, crucially, the Betis - even marking the point at which it passes Real Betis’s home city of Seville. The cuffs of the shirt nod to Betis’s famous green and white stripes, while further embellishment - the collar trim, monotone crest and Kappa “Omini” logos - is all in green.