In this big break from club football, we fans have to deal with a lot; lack of football, transfer speculations, our favourite players making twisted statements and what not. Among all this, another big concern kicks is our favourite clubs’ kit for the next season. Till the date it is made official, a dozen rumoured kits can be seen on various sites and sources, some of which make us throw up, while others make us want to grab at our screens. So we present to you, the best football kits for the upcoming season, which will make you go crazy.
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Manchester United Away Kit
Adidas has rejuvenated the kits of the Red Devils ever since taking over from Nike, and continue to do so for next season as well. The new away jersey is just impossible to ignore. The jersey has a tonal black backdrop, with a pattern which gives a new dazzle to the jersey.
Bayern Munich Home Kit
Bayern have taken a leaf out of their home kit from the old days and have managed to design a jersey worthy of being praised by all. Last season, Bayern had shifted to white shorts, but have reverted to the red ones for the upcoming season.
The thin white stripes are back on the red jersey, and on the sleeves as well, getting back the memories of the iconic 1974 kit. The club’s loved motto, “Mia San Mia”, which means “we are who we are”, is also present on the reverse.
The German giants have been provided with a sublime design by Puma, and it just looks too good on the main men, Marco Reus and Auba.
The main strip is yellow, but, the horizontal stripes fade into a black. And not just dark black, no. It is a bit gradiented, and fade slowly, creating a visual treat for the eyes. We hope the guys are able to replicate on the field as well in the Bundesliga.
The defending La Liga and Champions League winners have keep it simple, yet elegant, with the pure white jersey. The colour on the jersey has been updated to a chirpy teal, and the 3-striped shoulder makes a return.
The official website also mentions that the white base colour is updated with silvery diagonal lines running across the jersey.
The Champions league finalists already unveiled their new logo quite a while back, but the look of the logo on the jersey looks majestic to say the least. The classic black and white vertical stripes remain unchanged, and the sleeve has a white stripe, but the back has a wide black stripe, giving it a mean classy look.
The Old lady of Turin would love to see her beloved Gigi bow out in this kit, with the European Championship in his hands.