Designed by New Balance, LFC's Six Times Collection consists of a black range of limited edition LFC items, all finished with a special edition crest with gold detail to celebrate each of the six times the Reds have lifted the hallowed European Cup.
This is the new Club Atlético Vélez Sarsfield third football shirt by Kappa.
The new Italy inspired third kit will be used during the remaining months of the 2019–20 Argentine Primera División - Superliga Argentina, the top-flight professional football in Argentina.
FC Cincinnati unveiled their new 2020 Away jersey, launching the adidas Heritage Link Kit.
The Heritage Link Kit is the first of two new jerseys the team will wear in 2020, replacing the club’s white kit that the team mostly wore in away matches in 2019. The team’s other new jersey – which will replace the club’s 2019 dark kit it usually wore at home – will be unveiled in early February.
Adidas revealed a special-edition jersey for Real Madrid in collaboration with EA SPORTS FIFA 20, featuring a regal design that celebrates the illustrious history of the club.
Inspired by the club’s trophy-laden past, the jersey’s design centres on ultra-realistic gold confetti detailing, set against a bold midnight black base for maximum impact.
In celebration of AC Milan's 120th anniversary, Puma released this new Home Jersey.
Established by Englishman Herbert Kilpin on December 16, 1899, the Milan Foot-Ball and Cricket Club was the first football team formed in Milan and is today recognized as one of the giants of the game. With 48 major honors, including 7 European titles, the Rossoneri kit has graced some of the world’s biggest games, epitomizing excellence and passion.
Torquay United AFC launched a limited edition ‘Blackout’ shirt made by Nike.
The blackout edition is the latest instalment in a number of ground-breaking kit initiatives the club has released in partnership with Nike and Pro:Direct, following on from the stunning 120-year anniversary shirt in May, and the iconic 2019/20 matchday replica kits.
West Ham United have teamed up with legendary East End band Iron Maiden to launch a unique collaborative kit.
The collaboration - Die With Your Boots On - is named after the 1983 song of the same name and is driven by die-hard West Ham fan, and founder member of the band, Steve Harris.