FOR THE LOVE OF JERSEYS | Check Out Some Of The Most Beautiful Club Jerseys That Made Waves Last Season
Dec. 01, 2020
Nothing beats seeing your favourite football stars in jerseys that bring out the best of their trimmed, fit bodies and watching them play to your delight.
Nothing also beats the feeling you get when you step out in the streets with a number that looks both sporty and cool.
Let's go on a journey to examine some of the most beautiful club jerseys that came to fore last season.
Real Madrid Home Jersey
Never has white looked more alluring with Gold. The subtle hints make it look celestial and majestic -like an apparel made for Kings.
Has a man ever looked like he wants to be somewhere less than Gareth Bale does in this photoshoot?
Still, at least the Welshman looks dashing in Real Madrid’s glorious 2019/20 home kit, which strikes the perfect balance between white and gold.
It’s just a shame this was the only time Bale got to wear it.
Leicester City Away Jersey
This Kit -though beautiful kind of reminds one of some away Jersey Manchester United wore sometime ago. But I won’t kill the vibes on this beautiful work from Adidas
The pink hue gives some softness to the kid and the black acts like a break from the norm. Leicester could be about to change the use of pink though, for this change shirt is less garish and more gorgeous.
The choice of black for the various insignia was a smart one, and the shoulder stripes are another fine addition.
Crystal Palace Away kit
Puma sure knows how to bring out body shapes in kits! And this is a very daring play with colours.
Palace did make wardrobe statements with their away kits and the 2019/20 iteration features a central red and blue stripe rather than a diagonal one, with a bold black pattern and different colours on the shoulders adding further style and uniqueness.
Talk about the power of Black!
Kazier Chiefs Home Kit
The South African Side makes such bold statements in Black and Yellow, like a classic Lamborghini ready to rumble.
The new home jersey features a design that is reminiscent of the shirt they wore in the 2012/13 season, in which they won the league and cup double. The stripe graphic that is taken from the club crest becomes an optical illusion of sorts, as it spirals across the body. Inside the collar is a special 50th-anniversary logo, which the club will celebrate in 2020.
The away shirt also carries the 50th-anniversary logo, as well as using the same orange and black stripe of the home shirt, although this is reserved for the sleeves, with the core being presented in a crisp white.
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PSG Third Jersey
There is something about whites that gives one a serene, majestic look and ot does go well with the beautiful jersey cut.
Following in the same pattern of 90s-inspired designs, the PSG third shirt’s template is an almost exact replica of the club’s classic kit crafted in 1989 – a white jersey topped by a fold-over button-down collar and decorated by a vivid red and blue vertical stripe, which runs the length of the shirt.
If one was a jersey collector, these beauties will sure make your head swell with pride. Think about stepping out in the streets with these beautiful apparels and there isn’t any way in hell that you would not attract attention.
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