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Comme Ci, Comme Ça: France’s New 2018 World Cup Kits Are Okay, Nothing Special (Photos)

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Nike have released the capsule of kits France will be wearing at the World Cup this summer and you know what? They're okay. Nothing special. Nothing to write home about.

Oh, who are we kidding. They're all hopelessly elegant, effortlessly stylish and achingly cool just like every other France kit.

United Soccer League: Newly Unveiled, Las Vegas Lights FC’s First Ever Kit Is Perhaps Best Described As ‘Interesting’ (Photos)

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Things are continuing to progress for Las Vegas Lights FC, the Glitter Gulch's first professional football team for almost four decades.

Having been granted United Soccer League (the third tier of US soccer) expansion team status last year, the Lights proudly unveiled their new badge (see above) in October as they began to formulate their identity.

If You Like Gaudy Green Flock Wallpaper, You’re Going To Love Nigeria’s New World Cup Training Kit (Leaked Photos)

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It's more than a little galling that while Nike are perfectly content to furnish England with yet another generic dullard of a shirt, they appear to have provided Nigeria with a truly stunning collection of retina-jangling World Cup fare.

Indeed, leaked images of the Nike training/travelling kit that the Super Eagles will be wearing in Russia this coming summer and put it this way: it's unlikely to be surpassed between now and the start of the tournament.

Fortaleza: Colombian Second Division Side Unveil New Kit Plastered In Giant Emojis (Photo & Video)

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Colombian second-tier side Fortaleza CEIF have knocked out three new kits that are plastered in giant emojis.

Before you go tutting about the world going to the dogs, we should mention that the kit has been designed as a nod to all the local children who support and play for Fortaleza, with the emoji motif supposed to "communicate in their language" and "bring them closer to the team" because, and we quote, "soccer is supposed to be fun".

Apparently This Is The New Nike Kit England Will Wear For Their Disappointing Second Round Exit At 2018 World Cup (Leaked Photos)

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'Tis the season of the international kit release and, while England's new strip has yet to be formally unveiled, a couple of leaked images purport to show just how the Three Lions will be togged up come the 2018 World Cup.

Because this is Nike we're talking about here, they'll be none of the individually themed retro-tinged goodness we witnessed with the recent batch of Adidas World Cup efforts.

Cameroon’s Marvellous New Home Shirt Has Big Robotic Lion On It And Comes Approved By Roger Milla (Photos & Video)

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Cameroon have a rich and storied past when it comes to frankly peerless football kits, with both sleeveless and "unitard" efforts being gleefully foisted upon us within living memory.

While altogether more conventional in terms of its basic layout, the Indomitable Lions' latest strip, revealed by Puma today, is once again a thing of vivacious beauty.

Inspired By Events 117 Years Ago: West Ham Launch New Historically-Themed Third Kit And It’s Rather Smart (Photos & Video)

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West Ham have seized the opportunity to unveil their new third kit for this season and truth be told it's a rather dapper affair.

The Umbro-designed strip is inspired by the first ever uniform worn by West Ham United upon their formation in 1900, shortly after the dissolution of their immediate forerunners, Thames Ironworks FC.

Fiorentina Will Have Not One, Not Two, Not Three, But FOUR Away Kits To Choose From This Season (Photos)

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Kit colour clashes shouldn't really be an issue for Fiorentina this coming season

To go along with their achingly beautiful (as ever) purple home strip, Fiorentina will have not one, not two, not three, but four spanking new away kits to choose from for the duration of the 2017/18 season.

Kind Of Blue: Arsenal Officially Unveil Their Shiny New 2017/18 Away Kit (Photos)

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With a new home and third strip already 'activated', Arsenal have completed the set by finally unveiling their new 2017/18 away kit.

The strip features a subtle blue gradient with a metallic shimmer and is so tight you'll be able to inspect all your favourite players' internal organs for abnormalities.

Wunderschön: Germany’s Exquisite New 2018 World Cup Kit Is Inspired Their Own Classic 1988-90 Shirt (Photos)

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You might want to position yourself over your antique Victorian fainting couch, because it looks like the new Germany home kit is going to be a thing of overpowering beauty.

According to an image obtained by WAZ newspaper, Adidas' latest creation harks back to the classic kit Der Nationalmannschaft wore at the 1990 World Cup quite possibly the most handsome football shirt ever conceived.

Pink Tinge: Arsenal Release Fabulously Sleek New Third Kit For 2017/18 Season (Photos)

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We've cropped Nacho Monreal out of this picture. Nothing personal, you understand!

Currently on tour in Australia, Arsenal have seized the opportunity to unveil their new third kit in front of two of Sydney's most famous tourist traps.

Several of the Gunners entourage, including new signing Alexandre Lacazette, lined up to model the strip in front of the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge as the sun faded below the horizon in the background.

Wayne Rooney Involved In Proceedings As Man Utd Launch New 2017/18 Home Kit (Photos & Video)

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Manchester United have unveiled their new home kit just days ahead of their pre-season jaunt to the United States.

The Adidas offering is red with black and white cuffs (supposedly inspired by the flags waved at Old Trafford on matchdays) and has a neat little button-up grandad collar.

Tottenham Announce Huge New Kit Deal With Nike, Home And Away Shirts Both Leaked (Photo & Video)

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After fiveseasons with Under Armour upon their breast, Tottenham have today announced the club have signed a bumper deal with Nike to providetheir togs for the next severalyears.

The "multi-year" contract will reportedly net Spurs around £30million per annum, which is three times more lucrative than their previous kit supply arrangement was worth.

Modern Football Is Rubbish: New St. Mirren Shirt Allows Fans To Add ‘Cub Scout’ Badges For Having Season Tickets, Travelling To Away Games, Etc (Photo & Video)

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St Mirren have proudly announced a pioneering new scheme that will allow fans to add their own 'cub scout' style badges to their new home jersey.

The brainchild of shirt manufacturers Joma, Buddies fanswill be able to iron on little gold badges for things like being a season ticket holder, being a member of the supporters' group and 'knowing the club's history'.

Arsenal ‘Activate’ New 2017/18 Home Kit – Red With White Sleeves, In Case You Were Wondering (Photos)

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Arsenal have revealed their new 2017/18 home kit and, honest to goodness, you'd be hard-pressed to notice.

The strip was officially unveiledas part of a "live activation" at Kings Cross station on Wednesday morning, with Robert Pires and Martin Keown showing up to do the honours.

Real Madrid Release New Home Kit For 2017/18 Season, Trim Is Turquoise This Time (Photos & Video)

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Real Madrid have unveiled the new togs their players will be wearing next season, with Adidas knocking out a pair of new jerseys for the reigning Spanish and European champions.

As ever, when it comes to Real's home shirt, the only variable is the colour of the trim, with Adidas plumping for a less-than-subtle shade of turquoise this time round.

Juventus Launch New Home Kit Complete With New Corporate-Friendly Club Crest (Photos)

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Photo: Juventus/Adidas Football

In the wake of a hobblingChampions League final defeat, Juventushave bucked themselves up with a bit of sartorial therapy.

Indeed, the Bianconeri have unveiled their dandy new strip for 2017/18, the very first to feature their new minimalist, market-friendly club crest.

Man City: New 2017/18 Home Kit Will Go Down A Storm With Fans Of ‘Engineered Knit Zones’ (Photos & Video)

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Man City have unveiled their new home kit for 2017/18 and, quite honestly, we'd forgive you for not noticing.

Nike have proffered forth alargely generic, plain blue template (with a return to white shorts) that is supposedly inhomage to the strip of City'sleague-winning team of 1967/68.

Beep: Barcelona Roll Out New 2017/18 Home Kit, Complete With ‘Barcode’ Style Stripes (Photos)

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Barcelona have rolled out a new home strip for 2017/18 which, as you can probably see, features updated interpretation of the traditional Blaugrana stripes and Aeroswift technology, for cutting edge performance replete with contemporary detailing.

Basically, Nike have given Barca's famous stripes the 'barcode' treatment, whileJapanese e-mall Rakuten replace Qatar Airways on the belly.

Der Future: Schalke’s New Shirt Features ‘Integrated Microchip’ That Will Allow Fans To Buy Stadium Refreshments Without Cash (Photo)

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Schalke 04 have just unveiled their home stripfor 2017/18 and, as well as being a handsome thing in its own right, the new shirt is also a cutting edge piece of technological advancement.

The Bundesliga side have struck a deal with supermarket chain AllyouneedFresh that will see the company's logo appear on the sleeve of their new jersey.

Belter: Newcastle’s New Home Kit Features Red Names And Numbers For First Time Since 1992/93 (Photos & Video)

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If you'll forgive the slight saturation, we have yet another new and important update on Newcastle's home kit for 2017/18.

As we've seen through a succession of recent leaks, the 125th anniversary strip is shaping up to be a bit of a retro-tinged classic and the latest detail to emerge might just seal the deal.

So Close: Newcastle’s Suave New 2017/18 Anniversary Home Kit Ruined By Ugly, Chintzy Sponsor Logo (Photo)

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Just when it looked like Newcastle were ready to furnish themselves with a super sleek new kit for their return to the Premier League, leaked images suggest they've gone and ruined the whole vibe with a tacky-as-you-like sponsors logo.

Last month, a batch of photoscirculated on social media purporting to be the Toon's lovely new strip, which hinted at areturn forthe old polo-style collar, narrowed stripes and a special '125th anniversary' club crest.

Man Utd Reveal New Silvery Grey Away Kit, Inspired By Trefoil Design Of 1992 (Photos & Video)

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Photo: Adidas Football

Manchester United have released their new away kit for next season, and it's grey.

The dark, silvery strip is inspired by United's 1992 away kit, from which has been lifted the tessellating 'trefoil' motif copying old ideas or "reconnecting with the past to connect with the future", as Adidas so succinctly put it.

Liverpool Reveal New ‘125th Anniversary’ Home Kit – It’s Red With White Bits (Photos & Video)

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Liverpool have unveiled their new home kit for 2017/18 and, as always, the only variable is what colour the trim is this time.

Spoiler: it's white.

To mark the club's 125th anniversary, there's also a very slightly re-jigged badgeon the chest...

The New Balance strip features the club's commemorative crest for the first time, with the Liver bird emblem flanked by ‘1892' and ‘2017' embroidered onto the breast of the shirt – a unique element of the team's kits for the next campaign.

Newcastle’s New 125th Anniversary Home Shirt Looks Like A Bobby Dazzler In Waiting (Photos)

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Photo via Footy Headlines

Based on the leaked images they've seen in recent weeks, Footy Headlines have gone ahead and mocked up an image of whatthey expect Newcastle United's new 125th anniversary shirt will look like.

With a strict monochrome design, narrowed stripes and a polo collar, the 2017/18 Toon jersey will hark back to a simpler, better time a time when the front of their kits weren't plastered with tacky adverts for loan sharks and leisurewear workhouses.

Confederations Cup: Russia’s New 2017 Shirt Is Soviet-Styled And Rather Lovely (Photos)

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Photo: Adidas

Russia have just released their new kit for the 2017 Confederations Cup and it looks as though the hosts may just be the most smartly-turned out team at the ball.

Kit makers Adidas have taken style pointers from the Soviet kits of the 1980s and knocked out an absolute beauty (which, admittedly, doesn't look unlike the little red number Wales wore at Euro 2016).

Denmark’s Magnificent New Home Kit Has A Whopping Great Viking On It! (Photos)

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Just as promised, Denmark turned out in a special, pristine all-white kit for their opening 2018 World Cup qualifieragainst Liechtenstein last night to symbolise a "fresh start"for them as an international team.

The Danes then waited until the following day to roll out their new home kit proper, which is if you'll excuse the excess saliva a thing of true beauty.

Puma Get It Spot On Again With Italy’s Achingly Stylish New Away Kit (Photos)

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Allow us to usher your attention away from all the deadline day hubbub for a second to introduce youto the slick son-of-a-bitch that is Italy's new Puma away shirt.

As modelled by young blue eyes himself, Marco Verratti, the Azzurri's latest offering is classically styled and hued in the immaculatewhite and blue palette that we've come to expect.


Leaked: Are these the new Arsenal kits for next season?

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Do we like Arsenal’s new PUMA kit?

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There was much made of the photos of Granit Xhaka being "leaked" just after he confirmed his contract with Arsenal, but now all the hullabaloo has died down surrounding our new arrival, perhaps it's time that we discussed what we think of the new Puma Home Kit. First of all here is the official description [.


Seeing Red (& White): Revs Unveil New Kit

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Photo credit: Jeff Lemieux

The rumor of a half-and-half red and white Revolution kit proved to be true on Sunday as the club unveiled their new secondary uniform at Gillette Stadium.

The new design was leaked on Saturday by Footy Headlines, though visuals of shorts and socks were not revealed until Sunday's unveiling.

New Revs Jersey Leaked?

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Photo credit: Footy Headlines

An image of what appears to be the Revolution's new secondary jersey was leaked on Saturday, less than 24 hours prior to its official unveiling.

Footy Headlines, which has routinely leaked new kits in advance of their release in recent years, supplied a preview of the Revolution's 2017-18 secondary shirt on Saturday.

Seeing Red: Revs Unveil New Kits

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Red is the new white in New England for at least the next two years.

After years of wearing a white secondary kit, the New England Revolution went with red and lots of it for its new secondary look, which was officially unveiled at the House of Blues in Boston on Tuesday.


The week that was

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It's been a funny old week in Planet Tottenham. After the Modric mess of last weekend, it's all gone slightly quiet on that particular front. After the startling admission from Moddle that he wanted to jump ship and climb aboard the Villas Boas revolution a Stamford Bridge and Daniel Levy's frank rebuttal of those plans, we were all expecting further fireworks.

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So, seemingly weeks after everyone else the club and Puma decided to finally let us have a look at the kits for next year. Of course we can't buy them yet. No, you'll have to wait for that. Until September 14th if you want the home or away kit. Coincidentally after the transfer window is shut.

The new kit

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Our new kit has been released and, thankfully, it's a beauty. By the standards of last season anyway. It's simple, classy, elegant and very Tottenham. It'll certainly make you feel better about parting with that hard earned £40.
But who needs words when simple pictures can tell a better story?

All photos courtesy of tottenhamhotspur.

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Finally the club has announced the pre-sale of the new 2010/11 home, away and third kits. We've been waiting all summer for the club to finalise the main sponsor. We know the design was completed months ago because the leaks of the kit came out before the end of last season.

It's all good news financially wise that Levy has held out for the best deal he can get and will even introduce a revolutionary idea of having more than one sponsor for different competitions.

The Rest

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I could write about why Gareth Bale is deserving of his PFA Player of the Year award or I could write about why he's not even the second best player in the Spurs side so quite how he won it is beyond me. I could even discuss the madness of him winning the overall best player award at the same time as coming second in the young player award.

Factory Records Peter Saville creates New England Shirt

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Well this is unexpected.

Peter Saville, who you might know as the man who designed the sleeves to some of Factory Records most iconic sleeves has been working on a new England shirt, which the team will run out in against Bulgaria on Friday.

Now some of you may remember last March when we sat looking quizzical at the hype and ridiculousness that surrounded the unvieling of that kit fake leaked kits, super secrecy, a big reveal on the pitch, so its kind of surprising that this kit has been a) announced really quite soon after the last one and b) they've told us what it is instead of making the players wear trackie tops and the unveil them at the last minute.

United (Officially) Unveil New Kit… Sigh…

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Hey everyone, it's 1980 again! Everyone be sure to invest in Apple and IBM... and avoid New Coke at all costs...

Seriously, this was the home jersey in 1980. Add a new corporate logo and change the kit sponsor from Adidas to Nike, and there's really not that big of a difference.

Now, there's a distinct possibility that I'm going to do the exact same thing I did with last year's kit (dislike initially, grow to strongly dislike, slowly soften stance, begin to appreciate it, and, ultimately, buy a bootleg design from Turkey).