Football Shirt Culture

FC Barcelona and Nike launched a new shirt that the first team will wear against Real Madrid in the next edition of ‘El Clásico,’ scheduled for April in the Spanish capital.

The shirt remains faithful to the traditional Barça vertical stripes, but incorporates the Senyera and its four stripes on the front in a gradual fading transition.

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This is the new Tokyo Verdy Home kit for the 2021 Japanese J2 League season.

The green Athleta shirt design combines a texture of thin zigzagging lines with neat white v-neck, cuff and side-of-trunk trim. Gold enters proceedings in the dual-coloured crest and the rest of the branding similarly contrasts in white.

Mexican Liga MX side Club Léon have revealed their 2021 Third shirt.

The Guanajuato-based side’s new Pirma secondary change shirt is in white with spearmint green trim, “V”-style neck, cuffs and graphical patterning on the raglan sleeves and sides of the trunk.

 Reigning Japanese J1 League champions Kawasaki Frontale have unveiled their new Puma Home kit.

The design to be worn as first choice as Frontale bid to retain their title in 2021 consists of a textured blue trunk - a familiar Puma honeycomb pattern in miniature - with thin horizontal stripes alternating in black and white.

Yokohama F. Marinos of the Japanese J1 League have unveiled their new adidas Home shirt.

This new primary design for 2021 has a simple concept of “Yokohama Port” with the colour in “Harbour Blue”. Evoking the water of Tokyo Bay, the patterning is overlaid with the crest in full colour, and adidas branding and the wordmarks of partners - as well as owners Nissan - generally in white.

Korean K League 1 giants Suwon Samsung Bluewings have launched their new Puma Away kit for 2021.

The white shirt design has contrast detailing in black - including trim on the sides of the trunk - the crest in full colour, and a neat “V”-style neck.

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