SOCCER CULTURE

Top 10: best new soccer kits for the 2021/22 season

1) Ajax Amsterdam: (Adidas: third)

Released only a week ago and already sold out in many outlets, the 2021/22 Ajax third kit is a tribute to the Ajax fans and the love shared by the club and its fans for reggae legend Bob Marley and his iconic song, Three Little Birds.

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2: Venezia (Kappa: Home)

A stunning shirt from the Serie A side to celebrate their return to the top flight of Italian football with both home and away efforts from Kappa getting top marks!

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Udinese: (Macron: Away)

An unusual colorway from Macron combining a subtle green detailing with a navy neck and the overall result from the side from Udine is most effective.

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4) Sampdoria (Macron: Home)

A shirt from Marcron very much from the 'if it aint broke, then don't try and fix it' mould as they remain true to the classic Samp colours to deliver, 'the most beautiful shirt in the world' as the Genovese side like to claim.

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5: FC Barcelona (Nike: Away)

A lilac effort from the Catalan giants divided the fan base and having seen the shirt in action last weekend in Bilbao, the unusual colour stands out. A shame that we'll never get to see 'Leo in lilac' though!

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6) Levante UD (Macron: Away)

A shirt so smart you could see Paul Weller wearing it back in his prime was one comment on Twitter with this smart effort from the side from Valencia. The introduction of the sponsor does detract from the simplistic beauty but check out those collars !!!

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7) Real Madrid (Adidas: Away)

The devil is in the detail and a close look at this blue effort from the Bernabéu side reveals some subtle scrawling that give the shirt an added personality.

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8) Manchester United (Adidas: Away)

United go back to the 90s with this season's away effort and the shirt evokes images of the likes of Bryan Robson and Andrei Kanchelskis in this smart light blue effort.

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9) Hull City (Umbro: Away)

A smart 'black-out' effort from the English side with a subtle dark grey and black striped shirt offset with the club badge in black to complete the overall effect.

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10) Palermo FC (Kappa: 3rd)

The Sicilian side are synonymous with pink and black and despite being re-formed two years ago, Palermo FC are in Serie C and have their sights set on a return to the top table of Italian football. A smart pink camouflage effect is nicely set off with the trademark black.

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