This is the new Sport Club do Recife Third shirt by Umbro.

The Brazilian side’s secondary change shirt is in orange with navy detailing, with even the crest colour-converted.

For the anniversary of Gigi Buffon’s debut, Parma Calcio 1913 and Errea Sport decided to pay tribute to the goalkeeper through the creation of a commemorative shirt, giving the jersey worn by him in Parma v AC Milan on 19 November 1995 a modern twist.

The shirt contains three special details, with a reference to the ‘90s being clearly visible.

The esports wing of German side VfL Bochum have recently revealed a dedicated 2021-22 shirt.

Nodding to Bochum’s famous shirts of the past, the generally blue and white release features a central horizontal band in rainbow colouring.

Umbro revealed Iraq‘s special edition third shirt ahead of the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup.

The design is inspired by ancient Mesopotamian symbols that have represented this culture for many thousands of years.

This is the new Cape Town City Third shirt by Umbro.

Inspired by the rich footballing heritage of Cape Town and carefully crafted with the best in Umbro’s modern kit technology, it features breathable back mesh, embroidered club logo, and neck detailing.

This is the new Portugal Centenary shirt produced by Portugal Store.

The black shirt with white neck trim is a modern approximation of the version worn when the representative side for the now Federação Portuguesa de Futebol - the Portuguese Football Federation - took on Spain in Madrid in 1921.

This is the new Racing Club de Strasbourg Third shirt.

Supplied by adidas, the Alsatian side which plays in France’s Ligue 1 now has a red design with white trim as a secondary change in 2021-22.

Cork City FC launched their new 2022 adidas Home Shirt in collaboration with official teamwear partner, McKeever Sport.

The new design features distinct white sleeves and white and red details, a highly-defined silicone club badge and embroidered adidas Badge of Sport.

This is the Holstein Kiel 2021-22 season Third shirt.

The club, which plays in Germany’s 2. Bundesliga, have revealed a black and red Monaco-esque halved design, with a lined gradient between the two portions.