Southampton and Under Armour revealed their new Third football kit for the 2020/21 season.

Southampton FC’s new Third kit for 2020/21 sees the return of the club’s iconic sash design first featured back in 1885, where players would wear a physical sash over their shirt, placed over either shoulder.

Southampton and Under Armour revealed their new Home football kit for the 2020/21 season.

Southampton FC’s new home kit for 2020/21 sees the return of the club’s iconic sash design first featured back in 1885, where players would wear a physical sash over their shirt, placed over either shoulder.

Morecambe FC, of League Two of the English Football League (EFL), have unveiled their new Macron Centenary Home and Away kits for the 2020-21 season.

The red Home shirt has a grandad-style deeper red collar, and the crest is in red and a pale gold - tying in with the Macron “Hero” logo and the sponsor’s logo. The shorts are white and the socks black to nod to the style of the club’s original kit in 1920.

The Japanese J-League side Kawasaki Frontale have released their 2020 “Limited Uniform” shirt from Puma’s “Crafted from Culture” range.

The shirt, featuring a tie-dye pattern arranged in an approximation of the British Union Flag (also known as the Union Jack) - to pay tribute to British football culture - is primarily in black, grey and blue. The Puma logos and logo of primary sponsor Fujitsu appear in white, while the crest is in full-colour and other sponsorship patches appear in red and white.

Shimizu S-Pulse of the Japanese J-League have released a 2020 third kit - or “Limited [edition] Uniform” - with partner Puma, to be worn in selected matches in the remainder of this year.

The primarily navy, or “deep sea blue”, shirt - part of the German manufacturer’s “Crafted from Culture” range - features the club’s famous globe sublimation print, but this time it is surrounded by a hawk wing pattern to nod to former Japanese ruler Tokugawa Ieyasu’s love of falconry with the birds.

German Bundesliga side Werder Bremen have released a special “City” third shirt for the 2020-21 season with technical partner Umbro.

The largely grey design features a print of photography of the city of Bremen, including of the Weserstadion ground. This is intended to evoke the Bremen flag - which appears full-colour on the upper back - and is embellished with the Umbro logo embroidered in white and a stitched crest.

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Chelsea revealed their new 2020-21 away kit which blends an aura of traditional London tailoring with the energy and colours of today’s SW6.

Building on the theme of the club’s new home look, the Blues’ changed colours celebrate the capital’s love affair with the craftsmanship of master tailors.

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