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5 new jerseys for next season that you didn't notice

Designs that will really surprise you

5 new jerseys for next season that you didn't notice  Designs that will really surprise you

At the end of August, most leagues will start again and all teams will take the field with their new uniforms. So far, not many clubs have unveiled their new kits: in Serie A, only AC Milan and Juventus have already played with the new jersey, in Spain only Barça and Sevilla, in France only PSG, so many famous teams are still missing. But there are also those who have anticipated the times, presenting all the new suits for the 2021/22 season.

Between leaks, waltzes of technical sponsors and self-produced jerseys to try to escape from this jungle, we have compiled a list of five jerseys that you absolutely did not notice.

FC Porto - Third Kit

For Porto's third jersey, New Balance took inspiration from the artistic and bohemian districts of the city, a place where creativity knows no bounds. The colour palette chosen is unusual for the Portuguese team but truly unique. The pale pink is simple but at the same time very elegant, accompanied by black trim on the collar and sleeves, such as the black logos.

Hertha BSC - Home 

Prince Boateng's new team has just announced all the new suits for the upcoming season. In the selection could not miss the first jersey, which this year changes completely in design. The classic blue stripes are in fact more abstract and less marked than in previous years, a real change of direction led by Nike. The jersey also has a subtle white outline, combined with the crew-neck collar as well as the stripes along the sides.

Sport Lisboa e Benfica - Away

Also dominating the scene is Benfica, the Lisbon-based team returning to the white jersey with red stripes and black logos. A return to the past, not least because one of the most noticeable details this season is the year of foundation 1904 on the back. 

                                                         Greuther Fürth - Home

Greuther Fürth
returns to the Bundesliga and does so in style. The jersey of the newly promoted German team is characterised by a really beautiful pattern, similar to the concept conceived by Nike for Nigeria, which covers the front and the lower part of the back, with a very light shade of green. A beautiful jersey that has certainly gone unnoticed, a jersey that will certainly be remembered not only for its design but because it marks the return to the top category.

Bologna - Home

Bologna this year is distinguished instead by the three less traditional red-blue stripes on which stands out a texture that makes the shirt unique. Macron's strategy this year was to link the shirt to its city. The brick texture takes up what is a typical element of the city's architecture but also of the stadium.