With the global pandemic caused by Covid-19 affecting the majority of last season with there being a full three-month break from any live football during this due to the social distancing rules being in place. However, with the new season now underway, we want to assess what kit developers have been working on over the summer and which are the best kits of the 2020/21 season.
One of our favourite kits this year is of the Old Lady’s Juventus’ away kit which combined both a classic navy kit with an inspiring silver trim. This kit gives a cool, calm and collected approach, much like new manager and Juventus legend Andrea Pirlo. Adidas, the developers of the kit have said to have taken inspiration from evenings in the city due to the dark sky with silver details.
Sticking with the theme of away kits but in London this time, Arsenal’s away kit combined both a classic style with a modern twist. The kit is supposed to mimic the marble hallways of the old Highbury stadium but can also be compared to a strawberry dessert. Initially when released we weren’t it’s biggest fan but as time has gone on we have taken to the kit quite a lot.
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Sticking in the Premier League, and with a similar design to Arsenal with the marble effect is the Manchester City home kit. Puma has since developed on their first kit with the Manchester club which was quite boring and have since gone with a more “out there” design. The mosaic pattern is supposed to be in tribute with the creative hub of Manchester’s Northern Quarter.
The final kit in which we are going to tell you about today is that of Real Madrid but not their famous white home but actually of their alternative third kit. Madrid has allowed for their third kits to be more extravagant due to this and have brought a subtle black and grey pattern with pink accents which make it an absolute beauty.
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