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OFFICIAL: All the top clubs’ new 2020-21 football kits revealed

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The 2019-20 season was paused for three months due to restrictions imposed to quell the spread of Covid-19, but kit updates for the new season have stuck to their original schedule.That means we’ll see many clubs lining up for a number of games this summer in outfits that were solely intended for the 2020-21 campaign.With clubs adopting new looks ahead of the 2020-21 campaigns, Goal brings you the fresh kits from the best clubs in the world, including information about leaks and more.

  1. AC Milan | Home

    Puma/AC Milan

    AC Milan | Home

    Puma unveiled the new AC Milan home kit for the 2020-21 season on July 28, with the strip inspired by the elegance and grandeur of the city of Milan, its magnificent structures and its iconic architecture.Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer of the Serie A club, said, “The AC Milan jersey is symbolic, representing the pride and belonging of millions of fans around the world.”The new design pays homage to tradition, culture and iconic architecture which is synonymous with our beautiful city of Milan. AC Milan is built on innovation, community, integrity and inclusiveness and Puma have effectively captured these core values within this elegant new design.”
  2. Ajax | Away

    Adidas

    Ajax | Away

    Dutch champions Ajax have gone back to the grey-white-red colourway that featured on their 2018-19 away kit for their 2020-21 number.White Adidas stripes adorn the shoulders, while the club crest and numbers are red, which pop against the light grey-dark grey shirt design.
  3. Arsenal | Home

    Arsenal/Adidas

    Arsenal | Home

    The 2020-21 Arsenal home kit by Adidas features a slightly darker red, with subtle geometric patterns woven into the fabric.Chevrons face east and west, evoking images of the cannon on the club crest, which has faced both directions in the past.White stripes adorn the sides of the jersey, with a cannon symbol on the collar.
  4. Atletico Madrid | Home

    Nike

    Atletico Madrid | Home

    The 2020-21 Atletico Madrid home kit by Nike is quite different to the previous edition, though the traditional Rojiblanco stripes remain intact.For the new campaign, Atleti’s home jersey features more blue – on the sides and classic buttoned collar, which pleases club hero Saul.“This kit has a very classic look to it and it’s nice to have the full collar back for the first time in a while,” said the midfielder.
  5. Barcelona | Home

    FC Barcelona

    Barcelona | Home

    Barcelona shocked football fans across the world when they brought in a new chequered look for their home jersey in 2019-20, but they will go back to the traditional vertical stripes in 2020-21.The Catalan club’s latest home kit is a throwback to their Champions League-winning shirt from 2010-11 where they triumphed over Manchester United in the final at Wembley.It sports a yellow crew neck collar and the traditional thick vertical red and blue stripes.
  6. Bayern Munich | Home

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    Bayern Munich | Home

    Bayern Munich debuted their new 2020-21 home kit at the end of the 2019-20 campaign.It is very similar to the recent efforts, with solid red dominating the design, but in a departure from the 2019-20 kit, there is a touch more white.Three adidas stripes adorn the sides, while the collar and sleeves feature white piping.
  7. Borussia Dortmund | Home

    Puma/Borussia Dortmund

    Borussia Dortmund | Home

    A striking black lightning bolt design features prominently on the Borussia Dortmund home kit, contrasting with the traditional yellow worn by the club.The new design is reportedly inspired by the Westfalenhallen underground. The sponsorship with Evonik has elapsed and a new 1&1 Ionos symbol will feature on the front instead.

     

  8. Celtic | Home

    adidas/Celtic FC

    Celtic | Home

    Celtic have switched to adidas for the first time for 2020-21, leaving New Balance behind as they embark on a season which could see them win their 10th title in a row.The traditional green and white hoops remain a key feature of the Celtic home kit, but the famous three strips of adidas are prominent on the shoulders.The home kit incorporates a subtle gold trim on the sleeves and collar.

     

  9. Chelsea | Home

    Chelsea FC

    Chelsea | Home

    The new Chelsea home kit for 2020-21 is something of a departure from last season’s effort, with Nike going for a complete overhaul.The classic blue is popping thanks to a dark blue trim on the crew-neck collar and sleeves, with the dash of red that adorned recent kits dropped entirely.Also fresh in the look is the new shirt sponsor Three, which replaces Yokohoma Tyres.
  10. Chelsea | Away

    Chelsea FC

    Chelsea | Away

    Chelsea have also released their new away kit for the 2020-21 campaign, with the Arctic blue design said to have “millennial swagger” which mirrors that of an exciting young squad in west London.The Blues, in partnership with kit suppliers Nike, have sought to come up with a design that they believe reflects what the club and its vision for the future is all about.
  11. Everton | Home

    Hummel

    Everton | Home

    Everton will wear Hummel’s iconic chevrons on their shoulders and sleeves during the 2020-21 campaign.The home kit will be traditional blue with white chevrons and piping.As well as switching from Umbro, the new kit will have a fresh sponsor, with Cazoo replacing SportPesa.

     

  12. Inter | Home

    Nike

    Inter | Home

    A bold new zig-zag design has been incorporated into Inter’s home kit for 2020-21.The intention behind the departure from the classic candystripe design is to provide a post-modern update while also evoking Il Biscione – the snake symbol of Milan.Featuring a crew-neck collar, the traditional Nerazzurri colourway abides.
  13. Inter | Away

    Nike

    Inter | Away

    Inter have gone for a bold design in their new away kit for 2020-21, with a white background and a striking Nerazzurri grid on top.

     

  14. Lyon | Home

    adidas

    Lyon | Home

    Lyon have added a bit more colour to their home kit for 2020-21, which sees more red and blue on the classic white base.The left arm and shoulder features blue trimming, while the right arm features red trimming, with the new sponsor, Emirates, popping in red.
  15. Manchester City | Home

    Manchester City

    Manchester City | Home

    Manchester City have unveiled their new 2020-21 home shirt, which is inspired by the mosaics of iconic figures that act as wallpaper around Manchester’s Northern Quarter.The jersey, which is sponsored by Puma, features the mosaic pattern in classic City blue and white, with navy trim, while it’s accompanied by white shorts and light blue socks.
  16. Manchester United | Home

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    Manchester United | Home

    The Manchester United home kit for 2020-21 has not been launched yet, but a number of leaks have appeared online.Their partnership with Adidas continues and the leaked photos suggest that the new home kit will be similar to the 2017-18 edition, but with different fabric design.

     

  17. Marseille | Home

    Puma

    Marseille | Home

    Having gone for a look with pinstripes in 2019-20, Marseille’s new Puma home kit for 2020-21 has a more modern feel.The white body of the jersey is a subtle graphic underlay, while the sleeves and crew-neck collar are bordered with a solid blue.
  18. Marseille | Away

    Puma

    Marseille | Away

    Marseille’s away kit for 2020-21 is very much a mirror image of their home kit, with a dark turquoise colour replacing the white, and the same blue featuring on the collar and sleeves.
  19. PSG | Home

    PSG/Nike

    PSG | Home

    The new Paris Saint-Germain 2020-21 home and away shirts pay tribute to the legendary Hechter Jersey, celebrating the Ligue 1 club’s 50th anniversary.”There is perhaps no more fitting way to celebrate 50 years of Paris Saint-Germain than through the return of this iconic design,” PSG chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi told the club’s official website.”As a young institution, ties to our origins serve to remind us of our heritage – how far the club has come on our journey so far, and of our exciting future ahead.”It is with great pride we that we wear these colours and represent the city of Paris. Style, passion, ambition and energy, embodied perfectly by this historic jersey.”
  20. PSG | Away

    PSG/Nike

    PSG | Away

    The new Paris Saint-Germain 2020-21 home and away shirts pay tribute to the legendary Hechter Jersey, celebrating the Ligue 1 club’s 50th anniversary.
  21. PSV | Home

    Puma

    PSV | Home

    Dutch side PSV have switched to Puma for 2020-21, having previously had their kits made by Umbro.The new kit features the traditional red and white stripes, but red is much more dominant in Puma’s design, with black also featuring on the collar and sleeves.
  22. Rangers | Home

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    Rangers | Home

    Rangers have a new kit supplier for 2020-21, with Liverpool company Castore taking over from Hummel.As expected, it is mainly blue with white trimmings and there is a slight touch of red on the collar.

     

  23. Real Madrid | Home

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    Real Madrid | Home

    Real Madrid have not yet released their new kits for 2020-21, but we should expect some minor tweaks to the design.The colourway, of course, is limited; it will be predominantly white with only subtle variations. It is possible that the Real home jersey will follow the Bayern Munich style, with three Adidas stripes down the sides.Leaks online have hinted at a white and pink combination.

     

  24. Roma | Home

    Nike

    Roma | Home

    Roma have taken inspiration from the famous ‘giaccholo‘ (ice pop) kit they wore in their memorable 1980 Coppa Italia triumph.The club’s traditional deep red is the base colour of the kit, as expected, with horizontal giallorossi stripes featuring on the chest.

     

  25. West Ham | Home

    Umbro

    West Ham | Home

    Umbro have produced a special commemorative home kit to mark West Ham’s 125th anniversary.The new kit sees a scaling back of the blue in the famous claret and blue colourway, with a more traditional look preferred.Blue is confined to the sleeves and collar now, with the hammers on the club crest changed to blue instead of gold.Some commentators have remarked on the similarity of the new home kit to that which was worn during the 2015-16 season.
  26. West Ham | Away

    Umbro

    West Ham | Away

    The West Ham away kit for 2020-21 sees the club return to an inverse of the home kit, with blue and claret being used instead of white.Claret bars cross the chest of the jersey behind the club crest, with a basic claret trim on the collar and sleeves.
  27. Wolves | Home

    adidas/Wolves

    Wolves | Home

    Wolves have unveiled their new home kit for the 2020-21 season, with the traditional yellow and black colours remaining in place, albeit with a slight variation on the design ahead of the new campaign.

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