Olympiacos 2023-24 Adidas Home, Away and Third Kits

Olympiacos 2023-24 Adidas Home, Away and Third Kits

These are the new home, away and third shirts, by adidas, for famous Athens-based Super League Greece side Olympiacos.

The first-choice release for 2023-24 features the famous red and white stripes, while the primary- and secondary-change designs boast a camouflage effect, in white and sky blue and in purple-navy, orange and black, respectively.

The crest appears identically on all three shirts and the kits will be completed with complementing shorts and socks.

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BQT
 · 10 months ago
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S
 · 10 months ago
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Oh dear! What can I say but shocking.
Only one star for home shirt only because it's recognisable as Olympiacos but still poorly executed.
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tester7
 · 10 months ago
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absolute disgrace for the club
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Guest mcguest
 · 10 months ago
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Home shirt ok, but the other ones are shockers
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Jophda
 · 10 months ago
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Doesnt look like much effort has been put into these, probably like blue and white one the most but even that is average at best.
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Matt
 · 10 months ago
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A great example of mediocrity.
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Trash kits
 · 10 months ago
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This corrupt club is based in Piraeus, not Athens. The only Athens based team, is Panathinaikos
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Riberto O'Feeling
 · 10 months ago
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It's clear that the German tailor class (i.e. Adidas) have been smoking some strong drugs this year. Yet another example of childlike composition from the After Dinner I Did A S hite crowd. Be forewarned, prior to the start of WW2, Adidas' shirt designs became deliberately provocative; especially to foreign clubs, where they would deliberatley create gastly kits with childish hidden messages in them. For instance, at the start of the 1941-42 campaign, Liverpool's prewar manager, Ron White, complained to the media (newspapers only back then) about the new Adidas kits shipped to the Mersey for the new season. Instead of the iconic all red kits, Adidas saboteurs issued all neon PINK kits! Although Adidas later apologised, they refused to replace the kits, and, later on, Liverpool's goalie, a young Bruce Grobelar complained that he had found the following text stitched on the inside of his goalie top in German: "England is for pansies, we'd slap you silly in a war!" Hopefully, it is psychodelics that are affecting German kit designers this time... unless it is another prelude to WW3. Either way, we have more examples of disturbing football kits. Adidas you should be ashamed of yourselves you big silly sausage eating Alpine Audi driving Autobahn idiots. 1 star.
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  • Andy Gibb 10 months ago
    They are silly aren't they? I met the founder of Adidas on a train once in Stuttgart in 1973. He was a pompous oaf who spoke loudly to anymore who cared to listen about his fractured relationship with his elder brother. He said that his brother was obsessed with amphibians and would routinely blow a frog up with a straw just to curry favour with dinner party guests.
    • Nigel Butterbottom 10 months ago
      @Davis Cuspingtonson Ah yes! The invention of the Petersham! Luckily, I can also say that I was there for that momentous day. I can still see Riberto, thimble in his mouth, effortlessly and skillfully manipulating the thread will the audience, stunned and aghast, watched in dumbstruck awe. It was he heady years when tailoring really exploded. I am just thankful I was there to see Riberto lead the way.
    • Davis Cuspingtonson 10 months ago
      Andy was an awful tailor. I always felt that he was jealous of Riberto. Berlin, 1987, I noticed Andy seething with rage from across the room at a group, who had gathered around Riberto, who was just then developing the revolutionary Petersham 'peek' seem. The crowd were in awe of Riberto's tailoring abilities. It was around this time that Andy's amphibian abuse escalated to reptiles and rodents. Andy was never the same after this; music was a job for him, tailoring his passion. It's a shame that he just wasn't very good at it. Sad really.
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