The 2019/2020 Serie A season will see the return of great clubs, which after a few years in Second Division are back in the top tier. Among these, in addition to Hellas Verona and Lecce, there is the Brescia Calcio of Cellino, Corini, Tonali and Donnarumma, which just yesterday announced the new technical sponsor, after the end of the partnership with Acerbis.

Kappa will produce the Rondinelle's jerseys with the overturned band for the next 6 seasons, a real dive into the past and precisely in the middle of the 2000s (from 2003 to 2006), the period in which players like Di Biagio, seventeen-year-old Marek Hamsik and Roberto Baggio wore the Brescia shirt.

Brescia returns to worn Kappa The new 6-year deal is a real throwback for the Italian club | Image 0

Good news for football nostalgia fans and for those of the historic brand, which in the meantime has also announced its partnership with another Italian club, Benevento.

Kappa is increasingly expanding its footprint in the world of football, a dizzying ascent after representing a model of style and innovation at the beginning of the 2000s, thanks to the invention of the Kombat model.

For the return to Serie A, Brescia Calcio is doing great things, and in addition to the new Rigamonti Stadium project - whose first images were published in recent days on the club's Twitter profile - the biancazzurri fans can't wait to know the jerseys that will be worn in the season of return to the top flight, already candidates among the most awaited of the next Serie A season.