Rangers and Castore unveiled a new retro kits that combine some of the most iconic elements from famous Rangers kits with a high-performance fabric to create a range that merges the best of tradition and modernity.
The kit, which will be worn by the men’s first team for a select number of games in the 2020/2021 season, has been inspired by some of the most famous shirts and players from Rangers’ illustrious history.
A clear-cut synergy exists between the Nike Phantom GT boot and the brand’s iconic 2002 advertisement, “Secret Tournament.” The style of football — filled with the era’s creative playmaking icons — set stage for the evolution of expressive, risk-taking footballers for whom the Phantom GT was designed.
These are the new Republic of Ireland 2021 Away shirts by Umbro.
Newly unveiled, and seeing Umbro replacing New Balance as manufacturer via the Football Association of Ireland and Toplion/JACC deal, the new men’s secondary shirt has obvious Italia ’90 stylings to mark the 30th anniversary of Ireland’s famous appearance at that World Cup.
This is the newly launched Republic of Ireland 2021 Home kit by Umbro.
The Football Association of Ireland’s break with the New Balance brand and return to Umbro - via the ongoing agreement with licensing and distribution partners Toplion and JACC - delivers a new primary design which calls to mind releases of the Tailored By era.
Home shirt for English side Liverpool FC, created by Corinth.
The shirt is in their traditional red colour, and features a distinctive graphic created by cutting and rearranging parts of the club's crest. On the upper sleeves, liverbird-shaped holes allow for player ventilation and give the jersey a unique look.