SSC Napoli unveiled the new 2017/18 home football shirt by Kappa.

The SSC Napoli Kombat 2017-2018 shirt is made of a polyester stretch fabric with inserts on sides and back. The SSC Napoli, Kappa, Lete and Garofalo logos are placed on the front, the Kimbo logo is featured on the back.

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This is the new SS Lazio 2017-18 away football shirt by Macron.

The SS Lazio Away shirt has vertical white and pale blue stripes, inspired by the shirt worn for the European SuperCup won in 1999.

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This is the new SS Lazio 2017-18 home football shirt by Macron.

The SS Lazio Home match shirt comes in pale blue, with some white and pale grey details on the neck and the bottom of the sleeves. Mesh inserts with laser cut details are under the sleeves, ensuring a comfortable, cool sensation and breathability.

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ACF Fiorentina and Le Coq Sportif revealed the club's new home kit for the 2017-18 season.

To celebrate their third year of partnership, Le Coq Sportif and ACF Fiorentina are spotlighting one of the longest sporting traditions of the city of Florence: Calcio Storico.

ACF Fiorentina and Le Coq Sportif revealed the club's four new away kits, dedicated to the city of Florence and to its historic colours.

"4 Boroughs, 1 Purple Heart" is the theme which inspires the whole collection designed for La Fiorentina, a collection which, for the first time, will go beyond the traditional distinction between first, second and third-choice jerseys.

Charlton Athletic revealed a new white and black third kit, provided by the club’s new kit supplier hummel.

The kit is a modified version of the club’s third kit option for the 2017/18 season and will be worn during the Addicks’ three pre-season games in Ireland.

Wolverhampton Wanderers unveiled the new Wolves 2017/18 Away Kit from Puma.

The shirt is a 100% polyester fabric with the latest moisture wicking technology for improved comfort. The stylised V neck collar has a contrast colour insert, and the raglan sleeve designed for improved fit has a mesh underarm panel.

Peterborough United revealed the brand new 2017-2018 home kit for the forthcoming campaign.

In a nod to the past, the new strip features red socks, which were last worn on a home kit back in 1974 when Chris Turner was an integral part of the Division Four success. That was the last time that Posh clinched a league championship.