Building on the 360 innovation of the 6, the Nike Mercurial Superfly 7 Elite Korea FG Boot adds a Nike Aerowtrac zone to the forefoot and a slightly stiffer chassis to help supercharge traction.

A new ultra-thin NIKESKIN overlay gets you closer to the ball for high-speed manoeuvres. The All Conditions Control (ACC) finish means you get reliable touch in wet and dry conditions.

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U.S Catanzaro 1929, Reggina 1914, Rende Calcio and U.S. Vibonese 1928 "team up for the most important match".

These four professional Serie C football clubs in Calabria have become the main players in an amazing and unique initiative created to raise funds to support the thousands of families in the area affected by the serious economic and health crisis caused by the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.

This detailed focus on the 1995-96 (and 1996-97) adidas Newcastle United Home kit - worn by Kevin Keegan’s “Entertainers” - is a real thing of beauty.

The design - considered one of the greatest football kits of all time - featured a grandad-style collar on the black and white-striped shirt, with a bulkier thread to the weave to give a retro-feel. The regular - and iconic - Newcastle-skyline blue star sponsor logo was replaced with Newcastle Brown Ale’s full bottle label, which no Magpies fan would now change for the world.

FC Midtjylland have decided to pay tribute to the Danish club’s local health service via the launch of a special ALLE FOR EN (All For One) shirt, as Central Jutland’s brave workers battle against the coronavirus outbreak.

These Under Armour Magnetico Pro SL FG football boots have an internal layer of flexible, auxetic material which moulds around the foot for a precise, glove-like fit & feel that’s truly customised to every foot.

New speed stud configuration features acceleration studs in the forefoot for an explosive first step & deceleration studs in the heel to help slow you down. ¾-length UA FormTrue technology upper flexes under pressure for stability at high speeds.

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Frontline Football

These glorious pages from a 1979 adidas catalogue are a retro football kit delight.

The goalkeeper kits - which have featured in Museum of Jerseys’ wonderful article on that period - evoke memories of famous custodians of the time, even if the collars don’t quite stand the test of time. The outfield examples have a simple, almost naive class to them, with focus being on the restrained stripes as an identity rather than the try-hard approach we’ve seen so regularly since.