Saturday, May 30, 2015

BAYERN MUNICH 15/16 HOME KIT


Celebrating their 25th League Championship trophy, Bayern Munich will wear their new kit for the 15/16 season in their final game of the season.


The new jersey created by adidas comes in a vibrant red tone reflecting the club's traditional colour. Red shorts and red socks complete the all-red design. Even the famous adidas 3-Stripes on this jersey are red for the 2015/2016 season.


Another eye-catching feature is the diamond shapes incorporated in the dark red hem of the new home jersey. They represent the millions of fans around the globe who support FC Bayern Munich, which boasts the highest number of members of any sports club in the world. The new jersey of course also features the club's motto 'Mia san mia' ('we are who we are') printed on the neck.


The new FC Bayern Munich home jersey is available in various stockists including Pro Soccer SA.

PSG HOME KIT 15/16


Nike kit Paris Saint-Germain out with their new home wears for the 2015/16 season, boasting a classic navy blue body and an instantly recognizable red 'sports stripe'.


Emphasising the clubs growing status in both French and European football, PSG will play in an effervescent and stylish kit for the 15/16 kit. Celebrating the colours of PSG the blue, red and white wash this iconic kit while dark blue shoulders and sleeves create a physically imposing look.

Inside the neck reads the proud club statement, “ICI C’EST PARIS” (“Here it’s Paris”). These three words evoke Paris Saint-Germain’s status within the French capital and pay homage to the club’s Parc des Princes home — a stadium that represents the heart of Paris’s football culture. 


The new kit goes on sale via the Nike Football App from today and available across a number of stockists including Pro Soccer SA from May 27th. 


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BARCELONA 2015/16 HOME & AWAY KITS


Nike swap the club’s famed blue and red stripes for a hooped look, inspired by the Blaugrana flags seen on match days at Camp Nou.


FC Barcelona will play in a bold new home kit from Nike next season. The club’s famed blue and deep red stripes will be horizontal, inspired in the stripes on the Blaugrana flags held aloft on match days at Camp Nou. Horizontal stripes have previously been worn by FCB basketball, rugby and athletics teams, but this is the first time in the club’s long and rich history that the football team will don horizontal stripes.


The new kits pay tribute to the symbols of FC Barcelona’s heritage and identity. The instantly recognisable blue and deep red of the Blaugrana and the Senyera, in Catalonia’s proud golden yellow and red, are synonymous with both the club and the city.

The Senyera is embedded into the collar in a golden yellow trim with four thin red stripes around the outside of the shirt’s streamlined and modern v-neck. The inside of the collar features the club’s renowned motto, “Més Que Un Club”. The iconic Senyera flag, so central to the culture of the city and the club, infuses the new away kit, which is adorned with evocative colors and detailing.


The new away shirt is predominately golden yellow, a hue long associated with Catalan unity. On the back, four vertical red stripes on a golden yellow background run from the shoulders to the hem. This design is inspired in the way that FC Barcelona fans wear the Senyera around their necks as a cape in celebration and support.

For more info visit Pro Soccer SA

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LIVERPOOL NEW BALANCE THIRD SHIRT 15/16


A minimal design embracing classic style, New Balance reveal the Liverpool third kit for 2015/16 season.


Taking a fresh approach to a classic look; the third kit created by New Balance sees the return of the popular bold black design incorporating a gradient effect that is sure to make the kit stand out next season. Inserted breathable taping incorporating flashes of red and white have been engineered into the shoulder seams and collar ensuring the kit stays true to the heritage and prestige of the club. A lifestyle inspired polo collar with semi-concealed two-button placket and two-way reverse tipping allows wearers to customise how the collar is worn, whilst always promoting the club colours.

The main body of the home and away shirts are constructed with New Balance’s moisture wicking fabric, NB Dry, which helps keep the player cool on the pitch by releasing moisture away from the body, making it fast-drying. The kits are anatomically fitted to form around the player’s body shape for ease of movement. Mesh panelling under the arms helps airflow around the body and is crucial in keeping the players comfortable during games.


The last Liverpool shirt to be worn by Steven Gerrard, the team donned the kit in their final Premier League game of the season. 


Both kits are available to purchase now via various stockists including Pro Soccer SA

For more info visit www.prosoccer.co.za

INTER MILAN HOME KIT 15/16


A classic kit sees the return of the wide black and blue stripes, heralding the 25th anniversary landmark of the club's 1990-91 UEFA Cup triumph.

Italian style and culture shines through this tasteful kit that celebrates an iconic memory in Inter Milan history. A title that marked Inter Milan’s first European silverware since the Sixties, it sparked a remarkable run of success in the competition – in the space of seven seasons the club claimed three UEFA Cups, adding the 1993-94 and 1997-98 trophies.



As in 1990-91, this season Inter Milan’s home kit features striking black and blue stripes that are offset on the back against the front to create an eye-catching and subtly abstract look.


The shirt’s polo neck collar is in blue and black, again taking design cues from the kit worn by the triumphant 1990-91 team. There is a blue stripe on each of the shirt’s flanks, which continues down the sides of the home kit’s otherwise black shorts.



The Inter Milan home kit is available for pre-sale via the Nike Football App from May 28, and on sale from selected retailers including Pro Soccer SA from May 30.

For more info visit www.prosoccer.co.za
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