Football Shirt Culture

Malmö FF, current champions of the Swedish “Allsvenskan” league, have launched their new, 2021 Puma Home shirt.

The dryCELL technology-incorporating sky blue shirt is relatively simple, with a full-colour crest topped with commemorative stars in gold and the Volkswagen sponsorship branding and Puma logos contrasting in white.

Manchester United announced that it has signed a new five-year agreement with the global technology company TeamViewer as its principal shirt partner. The partnership will begin with the 2021/2022 season.

The agreement will bring together one of the world’s most popular and successful sports teams with one of Europe’s fastest-growing software companies.

Glentoran FC announced the appointment of Nike as the club’s new kit supplier for all teams commencing June 2021.

The relationship will be managed by former Glentoran player Chris Morgan, owner of Clubsport NI.

Iconic French brand Le Coq Sportif has released a commemorative Argentina-style t-shirt referencing the Albiceleste’s 1986 World Cup triumph.

Featuring an approximative crest with the number 86 replacing detail, the shirt also carries the current LCS logo in black - rather than the Tricolore-styled version - to nod to the original design worn by Diego Maradona and co.

Santiago Wanderers, of the Chilean Campeonato Nacional, have released their 2021 Home shirt.

Manufactured by Macron, the green shirt features a watermark print of some of the port city of Santiago’s architecture and scenery, while further detailing contrasts in white - including Macron’s “Hero” chest logo and the strikingly similar club crest.

Famous Argentine side Club Atlético Banfield have launched their new Home shirt.

The new Givova design for 2021 sees the return of the diagonal sash - in green on a white base - which has been associated with such successful sides in the Buenos Aires club’s history.

This “Foot Center” football apparel advert from a 1994 edition of France Football is quite the curio.

Featuring the style of adidas France kit that Zinedine Zidane made his international debut in - and what a debut - along with the Bordeaux design he was togging out in at the time, the great and the good of French, European and international football are well represented.

Classic Football Shirts