This is the new C. A. Independiente third football shirt by Puma.
The new third shirt will be used during the 2016–17 Argentine Primera División, the 127th season of top-flight professional football in Argentina.
Melbourne Victory has launched its new-look adidas home kit for the Hyundai A-League 2016/17 season.
Headlining the changes is the new chevron featuring five stacked blocks which fade from the iconic Melbourne Victory navy, to a crisp white base. This is the first time in the club's history that any colour other than white has been used in the home jersey chevron, with the stacked blocks representing a club which is continuously evolving and pushing the boundaries in football.
Nike Football revealed the new Paris Saint Germain third kit with AeroSwift technology. Paris Saint-Germain’s new luminous all-white third kit nods to Paris' reputation as the City of Light.
The advanced performance technology in the kit is visible on the chest, where engineered knit zones create a subtle geometric pattern that enhances fit with smaller mesh shapes at the bottom of the graphic. The sleeves and the upper back have been infused with platinum threads that shine underneath stadium lights, whereas the club’s crest and Nike Swoosh feature an iridescent finish.
Adelaide United revealed its new 2016/17 away kit for the upcoming Hyundai A-League season, manufactured and designed by the Club’s new Official Technical Partner, Macron.
The reigning Hyundai A-League Premiers and Champions will go into the new 2016/17 season with a freshly designed away kit and, most notably, a silver star above the Adelaide United crest, signifying its Championship triumph from 2015/16. This is the first time United will be wearing Macron gear in the Hyundai A-League, which has all been designed in Bologna, Italy, and made specifically for Adelaide.