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Football jerseys have become an unexpected element of streetwear. For proof, look no further than Patta’s growing collection of kits. And while retro football jerseys are what the fashion crowd reappropriates most commonly, contemporary jerseys are beginning to catch on as well, with kit-makers such as Nike, adidas, and PUMA increasingly looking to design jerseys that look good both on the pitch and in the street.
During the last World Cup, Nike’s Nigeria home jersey became a must-have, selling out much to the surprise of those who only know the Super Eagles as a team that occasionally burns brightly but often underachieves. The hunt for cool jerseys has also given smaller clubs such as Sweden’s AIK exposure via the release of highly limited and fashion-forward designs.
Not that all new jerseys are a hit or made for the streets. There are still plenty of garish misfires and uninspired by-the-numbers efforts. With that in mind, and with the European football season upon us, here we take a look at the best, worst, and most “WTF?” football jerseys brands have served up for 2019-20.
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Although Arsenal haven’t had the best of times on the pitch in recent seasons, the North Londoners’ away kit for the upcoming season is one of the best of 2019-20. The Gunners left PUMA this summer and went back to rival German sportswear giant adidas, and the Three Stripes has kept things nostalgic, recalling the away jersey it produced for 1992-93, known affectionately as the “bruised banana.”
Real Madrid Home
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Real Madrid’s new home jersey is as regal as ever, pairing the club’s signature white with gold trim and detailing on the crest and shoulders. With a turbulent season behind them after the departure of star man Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus in 2018, Real Madrid will be hoping this new adidas jersey is fol
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