Limited to 75 units, this is the new Guillermo Brown (de Puerto Madryn) 75th Anniversary shirt.

Celebrating the Argentine side’s beginnings in 1945, the design keeps things simple with a bold navy diagonal sash underlaying a pocket carrying a textured rendering of the club’s famous anchor emblem in white.

This is the new, 2020-21 season Amiens SC Third shirt.

The new secondary change design for the French Ligue 2 side takes a relatively simple base of light blue shirt with royal blue collar and cuffs and white Puma logos, and essentially blings it up with gold decoration by way of the converted crest and partner sponsorship branding.

This is the 2020-21 Kitchee Sports Club Away shirt by Nike.

The new design means the Hong Kong side will wear white with grey sleeves when required to change in Premier League matches over the coming months.

This is the recently released Kitchee Sports Club Home shirt by Nike.

The new design for the Hong Kong Premier League Champions is in shades of blue, with the lower portion in navy the upper in royal blue, and a dividing thin diagonal sash in pink - matching the insert of the neck.

This is the recently unveiled Away shirt for famous Uruguayan side Defensor Sporting.

Joining forces with Puma for the 2020-21 period, the new change shirt is in white with a grey rendering of the crest expanded as a backdrop for the violet detailing.

Newly unveiled, this is the 2020-21 Defensor Sporting Home shirt by Puma.

The first release of the Puma deal sees the Montevideo side’s famous violet shirt have a minimalist makeover, with a neat neck and embellishment largely kept to the contrasting white detailing.

This is the newly released Odense Boldlkub 2020-21 Away shirt by Hummel.

The Danish Superliga side’s new secondary shirt has an almost identical design to the also-striped Home version, with the white on the former’s base replaced with black here.

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Queens Park Rangers launched their new 1975/76-inspired third kit.

The iconic red-and-white halved jersey became prominent during the famous ‘75/76 campaign when the R’s came within a point of lifting the First Division title – and was first worn in our away fixture versus Birmingham City on September 6th 1975.

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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.

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