Pink football kits have always been that type of kit that has raised eyebrows and one that are like marmite; you either love them or hate them. Because of this, there have been some shockers that have been put in the vault forever and never re-opened but today we look into some of the best pink kits of all time.
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The Juventus Away kit in 2015/16 was one of the most iconic ever and was wore in one of their most successful seasons when they won the Seria A. This kit was further glamorised by popstar Drake who wore this and branded it superbly.
Juventus in Pink
2015 – The latest instalment of the Juve pink kit was seen in 2015. It wasn’t just made famous by the big names, such as Pogba, on the pitch but reached a larger audience thanks to rapper Drake.
Hopefully there will be another great pink kit soon! pic.twitter.com/BGoucrstPM
— Classic Football Shirts (@classicshirts) August 2, 2018
Leicester City also jumped on the pink kit bandwagon in the season of 2019/20 when they brought out their first pink silhouette for the first time with their sponsor Adidas. Leicester claimed 5th position in the league this season and their return to the Europa League which they have just won their group in.
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Another successful pink kit that has just been successful in terms of sales, but also on the pitch when Real Madrid won the Champions League for the second time in a row. This pink kit was also from sponsors Adidas which is becoming quite a theme and highlighted the importance of a button-up collar.
“Real” men wear pink!
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 3, 2014