This is the new Olympique Lyon 2017-18 Away kit by Adidas.

With its brooding night indigo base interrupted by horizontal gradient striping, this away day apparel for the Stade des Lumières luminaries makes for a fresh and forward image, to be seen in 2017-18.

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This is the new Olympique Lyon 2017-18 Home kit by Adidas.

With its tonal adidas 3 Stripe branding and understated matching sleeve cuffs, this updated home jersey for Lyon’s 2017-18 campaign carries the French club’s famous crest with pride, while preserving the team’s signature palette via its striking central colour block.

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Adidas revealed the new Manchester United away kit for the 2017/18 season, with a design inspired by one of the club’s most iconic kits.

Manchester United fans of all ages will recognise the bold graphic pattern from the 1990-92 away jersey that defined football shirt design for an era. Connecting the past to the future, the new kit pays homage to the historic design, celebrating the rich history of the club.

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Adidas have looked back to club history for their final design in the Olympique de Marseille Third Shirt 2017-18. Standing out in a royal purple, the shirt features a traditional styled 3 button collar plus a classic club crest woven in to the chest.

Despite the old-school elements, adidas have still included modern technical features to keep l’OM players at their best, including climacool moisture management technology in the fabric construction.

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Featuring climacool moisture management technology and perforated horizontal hoops for ventilation, the Olympique de Marseille Away Shirt 2017-18 provides the ultimate technical comfort for Ligue 1 players.

The design uses the classic Olympian sky blue colourway with white stripes running down the side and a stand-out white woven club crest.

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The final Marseille shirt to be made by adidas, the Olympique de Marseille Home Shirt 2017-18, harkens back to the club’s history by reintroducing the alternating matte and gloss bands on a simple white design.

The classic sky blue club colour is featured on the cuffs and the three-stripe shoulder detailing, as well as highlighting the legendary Olympique Marseille crest woven in to the chest. As a nod to the home of the Stade Vélodrome, the shirt also features the Provence coat of arms inside the collar and sleeves. It promotes a great performance with adidas climacool heat and moisture management technology.

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC unveiled their new home, away and goalkeeper kits for season 2017/18.

The club have resumed their long standing partnership with Italian sportswear manufacturers Errea, with the home shirts carrying the iconic blue and red stripes and a black and white checkered away shirt. McEwan Fraser Legal continue to back the club as main sponsor.

Doncaster Rovers revealed their new away kit for the 2017/18 season, designed and manufactured by the Football Thai Factory Sporting Goods Company Ltd (FBT), which was founded in 1952 initially manufacturing footballs for the domestic market.

The away shirt features a hoop for each year at the Keepmoat Stadium in bright green.

Doncaster Rovers revealed their new home kit for the 2017/18 season, designed and manufactured by the Football Thai Factory Sporting Goods Company Ltd (FBT), which was founded in 1952 initially manufacturing footballs for the domestic market.

The shirt design includes key moments from Rovers’ past 10 years emblazoned on the traditional red hoops, which have been chosen by supporters and form a key part of the design on the home shirt.

Stoke City revealed their new away kit for the 2017/18 Premier League season, designed and manufactured by the Club’s Technical Kit supplier Macron.

The away kit is predominantly royal blue. Manufactured using M-PerformanceSystem fabric for increased comfort, breathability and moisture absorption. Fully embroidered Stoke City Crest and Macron logos across the chest area. Embroidered 'The Potters' on back neck under collar.

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