New kits of the top teams for the season of 2017/2018
On top of the traditional ones, two new partnerships. Nike, adidas and Puma have introduced several new kits for the upcoming season that you can get here on Top4Football. Come take a look!
This young ambitious team from London has been steadily rising in recent years. Having gained its record number of points in the English Premier League in the 2016/217 season, the team is already looking forward to the new season, and it has every reason to be optimistic. Nike took this young and compact team under its wing, and it’s thanks to its youth, vision, and glowing future that the Tottenham shirts will bear the popular Nike swoosh, joined by one of the most famous cockerels ever used in a crest. It’s placed in a shield and the outlines of the crest are navy blue, typical of the club. This likeable colour forms the basis of the away kit, making it look more dangerous. Just like the home kit, it represents the evolution and progress of the runner-up of the recent football season in England. Bravo!
The champion of the English Premier League has taken a revolutionary step—for the first time in the history of the club its players will wear kits created by Nike. The club’s legacy is depicted in a minimalist and very esthetic design. For the Nike designers, it was crucial to capture the correct shade of the club colour, the trademark of this London team. And the subtle details showing the year when the club was established together with its nickname make the kit even more stylish. With eighteen major trophies won in the last twenty years and numerous successes in youth categories, Chelsea has been on top and Nike is now a new part of it.
A modern, sporty kit defining the pride and enthusiasm of the club"—that’s exactly how Neymar, the Brazilian star of Barcelona, defined the team’s new home kit. The Blaugranas came up with a kit defined by its traditional two-colour stripes of dark blue and ruby-red. Its design, inspired by the Catalan flag, shows thinning vertical stripes, a pattern which creates an impressive, dynamic spatial effect. Neymar’s words on pride are underlined by the “Força Barça” message on the sleeves. Brilliant job!
This most famous Czech club officially introduced its new home kit for the next two seasons. This time, the designers at Nike paid special attention to the front of the shirt which shows intricate compilations of stripes. The softening shade of red colour highlights three basic stripes that are joined by thin cross-wise stripes, forming a two-colour combination. This Sparta kit is unique, as there aren’t too many teams boasting this deep shade of red in the world. It represents the pride and determination of the club.
The home kit of the Red Devils pays tribute to the classic kits from the past. The two buttons with the collar make it look elegant and modern. The characteristic deep red colour with three adidas stripes on shoulders and black and white sleeve hems for the match day of the United form a modern, minimalist design in which the strong points of this proud English club stand out. This kit just looks good!
Pure white – exactly what we’d expect from this royal gigantic club. A random, even leisure design at first sight; a simple perfection, connecting the city and the club, at a closer look.The details in the azure colour as in from heaven, the place where there are no limits. This corresponds with the ambitions of this most famous football club in the world. To be the best! And with the logos of the winner of the Club World Cup, Champions League and the Spanish La Liga, this ambition suddenly sounds more than real.
The giant on the world’s stage. The cooperation of Bayern Munich and adidas is simply a tradition. A retro style which fits the modern days. A reminder of the club’s dominance in the 1970s when these Bavarians won the European Champions’ Club Cup and towered over entire Europe. The iconic red colour and striking white stripes will help bring this dominance to present days. A masterpiece for the German colossus who expects nothing but the good things.
Arsenal introduced a new home kit with a desire to reach the very top of the English Premier League again after several years, in the typical red and white colours. For the first time since 2006 featuring a collar. An elegant design, an excellent combination of two club colours. A celebration of the fifty years wearing the typical gun on the home kit from which the Gunners nickname was derived, and with a subtle silver motif on shoulders. Quite unusually, Puma paid special attention to the socks just like to the whole look of the kit.
> A home kit for Borussia was quite a challenge. Its striking yellow colour tolerates no mistakes or too creative designs, so Puma created a relaxed look with horizontal stripes full of life that smoothly change into the classic yellow. In recent years, however, the design of the BVB kit has been quite extreme, so for the new 2017/2018 season Puma comes up with something special for every player and every fan of this German team to wear proudly.
Jakub Jonáš - Top4Football