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Porto 2016/17 New Balance Third Shirt

Porto 2016/17 New Balance Third Shirt
Porto 2016/17 New Balance Third Shirt

Using a distinctive New Balance kit template of a hooped display with added zig-zag detailing, Portugal’s famous club of Porto will wear a striking third shirt within 2016/17 which uses a bold combination of yellow and blue. Whilst the club’s third shirt could have been created with straight forward two-tone yellow hoops, New Balance include a zig-zag shape which runs from the shoulder down to the hem to increase the visual depth whilst also adding royal blue at opposing sides and areas of the body.

Further ‘Porto’ blue acts as trim upon the v-neck collar and ‘Super Bock’ sponsorship at the back of the shirt where a players name and number will pose underneath. ‘Porto! Porto! Porto!’ text is applied to the neckline and hem as with the 2016/17 home and away cheap shirts.

Flamengo 2016-17 Adidas Commemorative Shirt

Manufactured by the three-stripes of adidas, Product Manager Andre Xavier explained the designs inspiration saying “We are proud of the Flamengo’s history and with this shirt we want to praise what the club is for Brazilian sport, all athletes and the glories conquered on the pitch, in courts, swimming pools, gyms and lanes”. Using a dark grey base-coat to create an almost night sky feel, the front panel steals the headlines through a star-themed graphic which enhances the galaxy inspired display.

Finishing the commemorative shirt for Flamengo sees red trim given to the shoulder panels for adidas three-stripe branding, sleeve cuff detailing, and to create the club’s crest at the left chest panel.

Sao Paulo 2016/17 Under Armour Away Shirt
Sao Paulo 2016-17 Under Armour Away Shirt
Using Sao Paulo’s iconic club colours of red and black as the forefront of design criteria, the team will be ever-present on their travels within 2016/17 through a striped effect which captures the eye. Adorning the entire body and sleeves for one of the most visually powerfully looks of all Brazilian teams, red and black stripes flow vertically in a uniform fashion which are also bordered by crisp white.

The minimalistic yet equally stunning away shirt features a traditional polo-neck collar which includes Under Armour branding at the back to match their logo at the front panel opposite to Sao Paulo’s club crest.

Stuttgart 2016/17 Puma Away & Third Shirts
Stuttgart 2016-17 Puma Away Third Shirts
Already seeing their clean white home shirt presented to fans in recent weeks, the famous German club have now followed-up with powerful away and third strips ready to take to the field in 2016/17.The away shirt uses the clubs colour of bright red as the all-over look whilst also incorporating a lighter tone to create a chest bar which continues onto the sleeves for a modern look, complemented by a raised buttoned collar.

Using an alternative Puma kit template of a v-neck collar, Stuttgart’s third shirt is arguably the most unique of all through a metallic silver colour-way with additional black and red detailing on the shoulders and piping. Again a chest bar is used, this time in black, to present Mercedes-Benz Bank sponsorship as on all Stuttgart wholesale football shirts.

Wholesale England Home Match Football Shirts 2016 2017

Euro 2016 kits: all 48 home and away shirts ranked

England Home Match Football ShirtsThe groups are drawn, the schedule is decided, the venues are readied, there is little to no doubt that the 2016 European Championships are nearly upon us. Let’s celebrate this moment in the traditional style, by putting every home and away kit in entirely subjective order of merit! Resident kit-enjoyer Thom Gibbs has given his verdict. Let’s start off with something truly appalling and end in total football shirts glory. Begin!

When the Toon unite with Gooners, Kopites and fans from all over the country to support one team, England. It’s beyond powerful. It’s a movement. Your England kit binds you to that alliance of fans

New for 2016 the Nike England Football Shirt is made with sweat-wicking fabric for lightweight comfort. It benefits from Dri-FIT fabric and interior taping to keep players comfortable and ready to play at their best. Sporting a woven team crest and graphic details the England home shirt proudly celebrates the historic national team.

The polyester material of these 2016/17 England shirts is made from recycled plastic water bottles – roughly seven bottles were used to create each shirt. The aerodynamic fit has given the players enhanced movement on the Road to Rio. For Gerrard and co. in the thick of the midfield, Nike’s Dri-FIT fabric will keep players sweat free and comfortable as the match heats up. Ultimately, it’s the most comfortable Nike kit ever made.

With laser cut ventilation panels and flexible material, players stay cool and dry in all conditions. This 2016 England kit is a symbol of Roy Hodgon’s first World Cup qualifying success and Frank Lampard’s last.

England Football ShirtsNike represent the elite in many different sports. For anybody who wears the 2016/17 England Stadium or Match Day Shirts, the benefits of Nike’s technology are immediately apparent.

History of England’s Football Kits

The original 19th century England football kits were basically white cricket-wear, purchased and worn by individual players – not provided by the FA. The three lions crest was embroidered into the shirts on match day.

England home kits have always been white – only the away kits have undergone significant changes in the team’s extensive history. Still, red has been the colour for the majority of secondary kits (a blue away shirt was used throughout the 1930s). For the first half of the 20th century, England wore stylish button-down shirts with polo neck collars.

Little changed in the designs other than alternating sock colours between navy and red. In 1954, the national team adopted a new kit known as the ‘continental’. It was a V-neck shirt fitted tight to the body and complemented by more practical shorts (shorter and lighter). Then came the crewneck era in 1963. By this time, England socks were white, featuring a hoop of red and navy on the fold. Both long and short sleeves were used from this point on. The new designs coincided with England’s newfound taste for success – the red crewneck was worn when England beat Germany to win the World Cup in 1966. For many, this kit will never be beaten.

Since then, the various England kits over the years have been bloodied and muddied – but never have they been celebrated in the same way. For a few, this has been because of the design itself. However, all of the kits have faded into bittersweet memories because of England’s shortcomings in big tournaments.

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