Football Shirt Culture

This is the recently launched Dynamo Kyiv Home kit by New Balance.

The Ukranian side’s new Home shirt for 2020-21 is in white with thin, horizontal striping in navy and light blue. The crest is in the usual blue along with the New Balance “NB” logo and there is a Ukrainian flag detail.

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Spanish Segunda División side Real Oviedo recently launched their new adidas Away kit for the 2020-21 season.

The yellow shirt is embellished with stylised black stripes and this look is marketed as referring to the colouring of the local “sacavera” (salamander). It’s also a colourway which references teams tied to the history of the club, including Real Stadium Ovetense, Sportiva and Vetusta.

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This is the new Real Oviedo 2020-21 season Home kit by adidas.

The Spanish Segunda División side will wear a blue shirt with white contrast elements as first choice over the coming months. The torso carries an effect of brush-applied paint, while the shoulders and back are plain, aside from the adidas stripes and the player print-sets and “Tartiere Auto” sponsorship respectively.

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Spanish La Liga side Real Valladolid have recently launched their new 2020-21 season Home kit by adidas.

Featuring the famous violet and white stripes - this time with a slight gradient towards the shoulders - the underarms and v-style neck are in a darker shade of the iconic hue and the tertiary colour is a deep pink, which appears as trim on the aforementioned neck and fills the adidas torso stripes and the cuffs to match.

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Portsmouth FC unveiled the club’s new away kit for the 20/21 season.

The Nike-designed strip features a white shirt, with black shorts and socks – as well as a monochrome version of the crest. The shirt has a two-tone white diagonal print design on the front and back and uses Nike’s Dri-FIT technology to help keep you cool.

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