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Cork City FC launched their new 2022 adidas Home Shirt in collaboration with official teamwear partner, McKeever Sport.

The new design features distinct white sleeves and white and red details, a highly-defined silicone club badge and embroidered adidas Badge of Sport.

This is the Holstein Kiel 2021-22 season Third shirt.

The club, which plays in Germany’s 2. Bundesliga, have revealed a black and red Monaco-esque halved design, with a lined gradient between the two portions.

One of the finest Kit of the Week (KOTW) stages DesignFootball.com had recently was the one that was instigated due to a certain Northeast Premier League side’s takeover by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF).

It was a change shirt that came out on top, with TRIDENTE keeping faith with the current manufacturer to revisit the famous stylings from 1995-96 (and 2018-19).

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A recent auction house sale has seen a 1971 shirt match-worn by Stoke City’s John Mahoney fetch £2600.

Estimated to make between £700 and £1000, the vintage item apparently benefitted from its iconic nature, featuring as it did in a controversial FA Cup semi-final draw with Arsenal - the Gunners went on to win the replay on their march to their first League and Cup Double.

Vasco da Gama, the famous Rio-based Brazilian side, recently revealed their 2022 Home shirt.

Produced by Kappa, the new release is in black with the famous white sash and carrying the iconic red Maltese Cross crest.

Napoli revealed a Diego Armando Maradona celebratory shirt made by EA7 which the players will wear for the club's three Serie A matches in November against Verona, Inter and Lazio.

One year on from the passing of the legend, Napoli will honour Diego Armando Maradona, an emblematic figure of his era and an undisputed worldwide footballing icon, by wearing a specially-designed shirt named Maradona Game.

Club Brugge revealed ‘The Heritage’, a special edition jersey that features all the national successes collected by the club in its 130-year history, starting with the first league title, won in the 1919-1920 season.

The shirt has a polo collar with a three-button closure. The collar, shoulders and sleeves are in light blue, the latter with navy blue knit edges.

This is the new Legia Warsaw 2021-22 Third shirt.

The Polish side’s new, nominally secondary change shirt by adidas is part of the German manufacturer’s “Primegreen” sustainability initiative and consists of a black trunk with white sleeves.