Juventus Football Club stays true to its roots with a traditional home kit for next season. The sleek fitted jersey features the club’s famous black and white stripes, this time in a thinner style reminiscent of the kits Juventus wore during its dominant run in the 1980s.
Its very rare that we get excited about simple white boots here at Goals and Gear, but Puma’s latest incarnation of their iconic ‘King’ silo mixes classic colours with fresh, bright tones in the White/Black/Ocean colourway.
adidas and Chelsea Football Club have today revealed the new kit for the forthcoming 2013/14 kit and it’s blue!
Innovation, performance and elegance have become key features of the French Football Federation uniforms since Nike began its partnership with the national team. The new French away kit for 2013 is no exception; an eye-catching pale blue silhouette with tricolore detail.
Blackburn Rovers has today confirmed a new partnership that will see the club’s kit sponsorship move from Umbro to the Nike brand from the start of the 2013-14 season.
Tonight Ashley Cole will reach an incredible 100 caps for his national side. Regarded by many as the greatest Left Back in the game – Cole has played at two of the biggest clubs in the Premier League, and in countless competitions for England.
The Netherland’s away kit, unveiled at the soon to be re-opened Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam by national team players Kevin Strootman, Ricardo van Rhijn and Adam Maher, has a striking new look that takes the three colours of the Dutch national flag and incorporates them into a vivid and eye-catching design.
Portugal’s kits are always extremely popular, especially given Ronaldo’s strong presence in the team. However, rarely does football see an away shirt as well designed and as well researched as this one.
Probably the most iconic shirt in world football, if not sport globally – the Brazil shirt is always in the spotlight. This year Nike chose to launch the product with Brazil’s most exciting young player – Neymar as the face of the shirt.