This is the newly released, 2020, Slovakia Away shirt by Nike.

The change shirt to be worn going forward by the team representing the Slovak Football Association (SFZ) is in white with only minimal embellishment.

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This is the new, 2020 Slovakia Home shirt by Nike.

The Slovak national team will wear the shirt in the coming months, transitioning to shades of blue - “Soar” and “Midnight Navy” - rather than white.

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Brisbane Roar revealed their new 20/21 A-League home and away kits by Umbro.

The 2020/21 home kit, in the iconic Brisbane orange, mimics the design from the memorable 2010/11 campaign. A black shade is prominent from the collar along the shoulders, as it was in maroon 10 years ago, as well as black cuffed sleeves.

On this year’s International Day of Peace, Hummel unveiled two shirts to mark 75 years since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

As a counterpoint to the devastating violence of the US attacks on Japan in 1945, the shirts present an image of peace rising from the carnage, with the chaotic backdrop of paint strokes in, firstly, blues and purples, and yellows and oranges being overlaid with the outline image of a dove carrying an olive branch.

This is the 2020-21 season Rapid Wien - Rapid Vienna - Away kit by adidas.

The Austrian side’s new primary change shirt has navy and red stripes - essentially, fade-out, fragmenting gradient red stripes decorating, and confined to, the front of a navy base - with most further major embellishment appearing in white.

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This is German Bundesliga side VfB Stuttgart’s new, 2020-21 season Third shirt by Jako.

The secondary change shirt is in tones of green in a hooped effect with an outline map of the city of Stuttgart as a watermark effect. The crest appears in full colour, while Jako’s branding - the chest logo and dotting on the shoulders - contrasts in white, along with the primary sponsor branding of the Mercedes-Benz Bank.

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Queens Park FC revealed the club's new Away kit for the 20/21 season.

It has been designed to celebrate Queens Park's unique history by recording every single match result since joining the league in 1900. There are over 4,000 green, red, and orange dots on the front and back of the shirt with each representing a win, loss or draw in the league.

Queens Park FC recently revealed the club's new home kit for the 20/21 season.

Their famous one inch black and white hooped shirt features a v neck design and is accompanied by white shorts and black socks with white trim. This is the first kit of their new partnership with Admiral.

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