New MVFC Home Kit 16-17 | Adidas Melbourne Victory Jersey 2016-2017
Made by Adidas, the new MVFC home jersey was officially unveiled on 15 September, 2016 by the club.
The shirt features a chevron with five different colours- from the club’s traditional navy to white, with the blocks supposed to represent the continuous evolution of the club.
The traditional Adidas stripes on the shoulder are white and the graphic detailing on the jersey feature the words “Melbourne boys are still number one”
MVFC finished 6th in the 2015/16 A-League season and beat Perth Glory in the playoffs to advance to a semifinal against Adelaide United, which they lost 4-1 to the eventual champions.
New Manchester United Home Jersey 2016/2017
This is the new Man Utd home kit 2016/17, Manchester United’s new principal strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new home shirt was officially unveiled on July 23, 2016, two months after the club revealed their new alternate shirt for 2016/17.
The kit matches the leaked pic we put up last month and its design takes inspiration from the club’s early years as Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway FC. It features two vertical halves- one crimson red and the other scarlet red.
The honeycomb graphic on the front joining the two red halves is a tribute to the official coat of arms of the City of Manchester.
The shirt features white Adidas stripes on the side, which become red as we go down to the shorts. Chevrolet remain principal sponsors. Goalkeeper David de Gea will be seen sporting a dark number under the sticks at Old Trafford as United prepare for their first season under Jose Mourinho. The gaffer and key United players were present at the launch in Shanghai.
The kit is expected to make its on-field debut later in pre-season.
New Real Madrid Kits 2016/17 | Adidas unveil home & away shirts for 16/17
These are the new Real Madrid kits 2016/2017, Spanish giants Real Madrid’s new home and away strips for the upcoming La Liga season. Made by Adidas, the new RMFC jerseys were officially unveiled on May 14, 2016. Real finished second in La Liga last season behind Barcelona and also clinched the Champions League under new manager Zinedine Zidane, beating crosstown rivals Atleti in the final
The home shirt sees the return of the collar, with the Adidas stripes on the side and blue trim on the sleeves. The away kit is an all-purple number from the Adidas stable, drawing inspiration from their past (Real’s first kit in 1902 had purple stripes). It features a white crew neck collar.
The club have also unveiled two goalkeeper jerseys- home in blue and the other yellow one the alternate.