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Wait, This Is What Nike Came Up With For The Newly Crowned Premier League Champs?

Given that Liverpool just won its first Premier League title ever and first league championship in 30 years, Reds fans were going to gobble up whatever new jersey the club released for the next season. Maybe with that in mind, the 2020-21 Liverpool home kit was unveiled on Saturday.

First-Ever Adidas Predator Artist Collaboration Is A Sparkling Masterpiece

Continuing with its celebration of the intersection of art and football, adidas has revealed the first-ever artist collaboration on the legendary Predator boots after handing over the keys to London-based illustrator Reuben Dangoor

The viral Instagram artist is really damn good…

Barcelona Attempts Throwback With New Kit That Doesn’t Quite Hit The Mark

Given the club’s unique blaugrana colors, Barcelona has sported some of the most iconic jerseys in world football. The release of the home Barcelona kit 2020-21 on Tuesday was an attempt to tap into some of those legendary shirts. An attempt.

Mexico’s 2020 Home Kit Leaks And It’s Bringing The Pink

After a 2019 that saw Mexico post a record of 16 wins and one defeat to Lautaro Martínez, El Tri is approaching 2020 guided by the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” proverb with regards to its home jersey

Of course, we’re halfway through 2020 and Mexico’s national plans for the year — including the Nations League Finals, Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship and Kirin Challenge Cup — have all been pushed back to 2021.

Nike’s New Ball Is About To Piss Off A Lot Of Goalkeepers

Goalkeepers hating new footballs is a tradition unlike any other, so prepare for an outpouring of grief come the start of the 2020-21 Premier League season as Nike debuts its new Flight ball. 

According to the geezers inside the Nike Lab, the Flight ball utilizes four panel construction — as opposed to the traditional 12-panel ball — which helps create a 30% truer flight than its predecessor (the Merlin).

The Jerseys That Europe’s Biggest Clubs Will Be Wearing Come 2020-21

When your internal calendar is largely synced with the footballing one, it’s difficult to wrap your head around the fact that we’re now approaching mid-June. In the fantasy world before COVID-19, we’d see Euro 2020 begin on Friday; in the actual COVID-19 world, we’ll see the Premier League return Wednesday with a pair of fixtures that were originally scheduled for March 11.

Adidas Euro 2020 Cleats Launch, Showing Us What Could Have Been

Hopefully this isn’t earth-shattering news for you, but Euro 2020 has been delayed by a year due to the pandemic. But the show — from a merchandising standpoint — must go on. Adidas can’t hide all this gear inside a bushel basket for the next 12 months.

As the official supplier for the European Championship, the German sportswear giant has been slowly unveiling its campaign over the last year. We got our first major idea of the company’s theme back in November with the unveiling of the “UNIFORIA” ball. 

Holy Shit They Did It Again — Third-Tier USL Side Drops Season’s Best Kit

Last year, Forward Madison FC burst onto the U.S. Soccer scene with some of the freshest kits we’d ever seen.

This year, they’ve done it again.

Forward Madison, which plays in the third-tier USL League One, dropped its alternate “Drip Kit” on Saturday. Once again the club went Full Mingo and we really don’t deserve a shirt this awesome.

The Portland Thorns Just Unveiled The Most Exquisite Kits You’ll See This Year

In a country that claims to support women’s soccer but really only pays attention during the Women’s World Cup, the National Women’s Soccer League still has plenty of room to grow in the American sporting consciousness. But there’s one area in which the best women’s soccer league in the world is a recognized global leader — style.

Quarantine Fits: The Best Vintage Soccer Jerseys To Do Nothing In

WARNING: Classic Football Shirts is really fun to browse but you will go broke. 

Before Puma decided that when it came to Per Mertesacker’s body, nothing should be left to the imagination, jerseys were essentially built for quarantine. Forsaking the modern urban fit for that of a parachute, these were shirts that you could grow into for years and years and years — perfect for the figure you’ve achieved over the last two months.  

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