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The Top 10 Third Kits of the 2019/2020

Here's the list of the best of the season

The Top 10 Third Kits of the 2019/2020 Here's the list of the best of the season

Almost all the clubs presented the kits for the current season. After selecting the most beautiful, the best of Champions League and Europa League 2019/2020, it's time to choose the best third kits of the season. Amongst the stunning 90's concept conceived by Nike for its leading clubs and the many small masterpieces of the individual brands, nss sports staff selects ten jerseys that you must have in your personal collection. Make yourself comfortable.


Marseille (PUMA)

OM, first with Adidas and now with PUMA, got us used to a series of really impressive third kits over the years. And also for the current season ithas decided to continue this great tradition. Total white for the home kit (with blue pinstripes), blue with white inserts the away and black the third, with the return of orange that somehow never leaves Marseille. Few superfluous details, zero inserts on sleeves and collar. It would have been 10/10 if it hadn't been for that sort of tone-on-tone 'grid' at the top.

PSG (Nike)

You look at this kit and you think of Ronaldinho and his first European experiences, while the older peoople will link this shirt to Le Coq Sportif jersey with RTL sponsor. Impossible not to fall in love with it. Or fall in love again, since they resumed the past of the french club to celebrate the 30 years of sponsorship with Nike.

Inter Milan (Nike)

The first of the only two "Italian" jerseys in the standings has to be Inter's, which amazed  a considerable number of fans, not only Nerazzurri after seeing it at the F1 Grand Prix in Monza. A tribute to some kits of the past (with reference to the 1997/1998 and 2009/2010 seasons) and to Pirelli, a brand iconographically linked to Inter since 1995.

Roma (Nike)

Nike's trend on Roma's third jersey is also very positive: a jacquard motif on the entire jersey evoking some of the club's historic symbols enclosed in small circles, the ASR monogram and the 'Lupetto'. Dark blue jersey that produces an excellent effect on the pitch. The traditional club colors never left the uniform and return on collar and sleeves.

Werder Bremen (Umbro)

Easy combination for Umbro, which used two colors that dig into the tradition of the club and that have always been complementary of each other. Black classy kit, dark green inserts and unusual pattern that fills the entire front without exceeding. Well done, Umbro!

Fortuna Düsseldorf (Uhlsport)

Like SchalkeO4, Fortuna Düsseldorf also produces a third jersey inspired by the "community" of Flingeraner fans. Black background, in contrast with the red of the home shirt and the white of the away kit, and oblique red and white band that represent the flags always present at the Esprit Arena. 

Chelsea (Nike)

Another highlight of the Nike collection inspired by the 90s is undoubtedly the third kit designed for Chelsea. As for Inter and Psg, also for the Blues the Nike Sportswear logo returns, this time white in line with the rest of the logos on the uniform. The collar and sleeves are inspired by that period, standing out against the total black look with two orange bands that surround the central black one. Really not bad.

Bologna (Macron)

Unusual but refined colour for the kit celebrating the 110 years of Bologna's history. The green chosen for the third uniform, in fact, recalls the one used for the first championship won by Bologna in 1925, which was inspired by the Rapid Vienna jerseys. The kit is limited edition, with 1909 copies available in reference to the year of foundation of the club.

Arsenal (Adidas)

No room for creativity for the third kit designed by Adidas for Arsenal, but a sober concept and elegant result. Blue background and yellow inserts limited to shoulders, collar and bottom sleeve. Simple and clean kit, enough to visually detach from the home and away jersey.

Newcaste (PUMA)

PUMA dares for the third Magpies kit, creating a unique pattern inspired by the ceiling of the famous St. James's Park, already experimented with the respective stadiums of Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Mönchengladbach. But among the three, this one probably remains the best.