Nowadays, football kits are trending not only among football fans but among every people. Even football stars also love to wear their new kits. Being a football fan I believe it is not enough to play attractive football, players also look attractive while doing so.
Moreover, football jerseys also make a huge profit to the clubs and the brand itself. In this process, the club negotiates with brands and make a contract worth millions. Contract money generally depends upon the club’s reputation and fans.
So, lets have a look at some of the new kits and some new deals of campaign 2019-20, including leaks and rumours, from the biggest clubs in the world.
AC Milan- Home kit
AC Milan’s 2019-20 kit reminds me of 2010s kit because Puma made this strips a lot thinner in style of Rossoneri stripe pattern which has been used periodically.
Arsenal- Home kit
Arsenal jerseys will be made by Adidas from this season as they have signed a new deal. Arsenal’s deal with Puma expires this summer, however, since 1990 they have agreed on a new deal with Adidas of $386 million.
Nowadays Adidas has been taking inspiration from styles of 1980s to 1990s particularly. Besides, Adidas have made gunners jersey during 1986 to 1994. Hence it is possible that Adidas can make jersey with some old school design. As deal officially begins on July 1 and soon they’ll release new kit.
Liverpool- Home kit
Liverpool already disclose their new home kit for the 2019-20 campaign in April and New Balance have taken inspiration from the Bob Paisley era in their design.
During Paisley’s era in 1970s and 1980s when they won 6 titles and 3 European cups, they had similar design of pinstripes. Pinstripes have now returned with round neck in the new home kit. Liverpool has also unveiled their new goalkeeper kit which is jet black and badge, New Balance logo and sponsor name is in golden.
Chelsea- Home kit
Chelsea released their home kit in the beginning of may for their new campaign (2019/20). This edition is all blue and the whole kit is covered with Stamford Bridge graphics.
Juventus – Home kit
Juventus fans already enmity by their logo before and now the jersey. Now the old jersey of black and white stripes will not be wearing by juve players instead they will wear a jersey half black and half white in blocks separated by a thin red- pink stripe.
Manchester City ends their deal with Nike for upcoming campaign. They have signed a deal with Puma of $863 million. Though everyone is excited that what the new Man City kit will look like.
Bjorn Gulden, the CEO of Puma, said: “We want to maximise on field performance as well as football culture, in areas such as music, gaming and fashion to connect and inspite the fanbase of each team.”
Manchester United- Home kit
Manchester United will continue their partnership with Adidas in 2019/20 and they have bit change in the badge.
This kit has subtle dark red and the badge and logo are black. As jersey is inspired by the club’s 1999 treble-winning heroics.
Paris Saint-Germain – Home kit
The new PSG home kit is expected to be oficially launched at the beginning of july.
It will feature new sponsor Accor Live limitless (ALL) produced by Nike with white and red featured down the middle.
Bayern Munich’s has the longest partnership with Adidas and once again this season they have produced a beautiful kit.
In the next campaign we will see the that again the jersey will 1990s esque zig-zag stripes. And T- Mobile will remain as the primary sponsor, while Qatar Airways will also have their logo on the sleeves again.