A few months ago we already announced the return of FILA to the football world, after reaching a three-year agreement with Maccabi Tel Aviv, the most titled team of Israel. Now, finally, here we are: FILA presented the three kits that will be worn by the Israelis during the 2019/2020 season and who know so much about a second first time.

The new Maccabi Tel Aviv jerseys made by FILA The Italian brand is back in the football scene after five years, creating the new shirts of the Israelian club | Image 0

 

Presented with the slogan "Feel like a Champion", all three shirts have the yellow color in common. Home jersey respects the club's social colors and follows a checkered pattern - which this season seems to be trendy - yellow and blue with entirely yellow sleeves and backs with minimal accents of blue and light blue. The crest settles on the left while the FILA logo stands on the opposite half of the jacket.

The new Maccabi Tel Aviv jerseys made by FILA The Italian brand is back in the football scene after five years, creating the new shirts of the Israelian club | Image 2

The Away shirt has a darker color and is very similar to the traditional Boca Juniors kit, thanks to the large yellow horizontal band on a midnight blue background that matches well with the color of the Piedmontese brand logo and with inserts on collar and sleeves.

The new Maccabi Tel Aviv jerseys made by FILA The Italian brand is back in the football scene after five years, creating the new shirts of the Israelian club | Image 1

Finally, here is the third kit which is almost a return to the past of FILA, which is inspired by its old tennis uniforms with thin and elegant golden vertical lines on white fabric. The mandarin collar embellishes everything together with the brand logo embroidered in gold and the crest of the team that is colored yellow and blue.

On all three meshes the word "Respect all, fear none" appears on the back, under the neck, which gives a strong sense of pride.

 

The new Maccabi Tel Aviv jerseys made by FILA The Italian brand is back in the football scene after five years, creating the new shirts of the Israelian club | Image 3

So FILA restarts from Tel Aviv, hoping to return at their former glory on the wave of their increasing popularity.