Internet Desk: The new football season will begin in next two months and the top football clubs in the globe have already started to showcase their new kits for the next season. In modern day football, attractive kits do play a huge role in the revenue process and the new concepts do add some special value to the fans for their psychological attachments. Here goes the variety of kits which will be there on offer by the top clubs in the new season. www.xtratime.in traced the concepts as well for the fans, to know the reasons behind the new kits.
Barcelona: Spanish giant FC Barcelona have unveiled their new home kit for the 2017/18 season as the club embark on a new era.
The Catalan club will have new sponsor Rakuten, the Japanese e-commerce company, on their chests as they wear the predominately blue jersey.
Bayern Munich: Bayern Munich have unveiled next season’s home kit under the motto “forward to the past.”
The shirt was revealed on Thursday morning and “pays homage to the kit of the seventies.”
The German champions said in a press release: “An era in which the record German champions collected numerous domestic and international trophies, laying the foundation for the club’s successful history.”
Borussia Dortmund: The new Puma strip is still – hold the front page – yellow, but also featuring sporadic horizontal stripes as the shirt fades from yellow to black.
Marco Reus loves it, at least. He said: “I like the new design that Puma has developed. The horizontal stripes with the colour gradient are really cool.
Inter Milan: Inter have stuck with their traditional black and blue for 2017/18, with vertical stripes of varying widths “taking inspiration from the city’s architecture,” according to kit-makers Nike.
The inside collar features a “Nerazzurri” label, while black socks have additional “Inter’ in white on the front and blue detail down the back of the calf.
Liverpool: Liverpool have revealed their new home kit for next season, which commemorates the club’s 125th anniversary.
The kit includes a new emblem, designed for the landmark, and a retro 1980s design, and uses a darker ‘Shankly red’ than seen in recent seasons to add to the old school vibe.
Manchester United: The new Man Utd 2017-2018 home shirt is inspired by the fashion of the stadium’s terraces. Combining the club’s traditional color red, white and black, the jersey features a classy design inspired by the scarfs held by Man Utd fans.
The new black away strip, designed by Adidas, is based on the United kit worn by the likes of Ryan Giggs that helped them win the 1992 League Cup. Hardly near the pinnacle of the club’s finest successes.
The new grey Man Utd 2017-2018 third kit features a unique graphic print that honors the club’s famous 1968 European Cup win.
Leicester City: The gold Premier League badges may now be gone but that won’t stop Leicester from lining up with the colour on their strip from next season
The Foxes have unveiled their 2017-18 home kit featuring gold sleeve details and a new one-button collar.
Manchester City: Manchester City take inspiration from 1968 title-winning side as they unveil their 2017-18 home kit.
The kit, manufactured by Nike, is claimed to be based around the kit for the 1967/68 strip, to mark the 50th anniversary of City winning the league title that season.
PSG: Striker Edinson Cavani, Ligue 1’s top scorer, models PSG’s new home offering – a midnight blue shirt with a reinvented club stripe that see a thin red chevron running from top to bottom.
Nike’s kit also features a blue stripe that runs the length of the shirt and shorts, while blue socks have the word “Paris” written in white on the front.
AS Roma: Roma’s new home kit showcases traditional red and yellow with black details for 2017/18.
The red jersey features engineered knit zones on the torso creating a subtle geometric pattern, while the neck-line is bordered with yellow on the sides and back and the inside of the shirt, at the base of the neck, features the words “We are Roma”.