Macron and the Cyprus Football Association have presented the new 18/19 Home kit for the National team, the collection created under the Macron-UEFA agreement, the Kit Assistance Scheme, the UEFA programme to supply member associations with material and apparel.

The home match shirt of the Cypriot federation is predominantly blue with subtle white details.

Nike and Chelsea launched the new third kit for the 18/19 season.

For the first time, NikeConnect technology will be featured in a football jersey with the unveiling of the new third kit for Chelsea FC and its 2018-19 season.

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Manchester City revealed their new 18/19 Third kit by Nike.

The jersey reintroduces the famous football sash as a nod to the club’s past (it was last worn on pitch during the 2010-11 season), while also staying grounded in the present with a print formed by an aerial view of industrial East Manchester, the Etihad Stadium and its surrounding area. In total, the kit symbolizes City’s quest for glory and showcases the club’s pride in representing the City of Manchester in Europe.

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Coming in a green colourway with white and orange detailing, the Ireland 18/19 Home shirt by New Balance is using innovative NB DRY technology to provide a comfy and durable wear, while working to move sweat away from your skin to keep you feeling cool and dry.

The shirt is finished with green New Balance branding along with the iconic Republic of Ireland crest to the chest.

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V-Varen are asking fans to give their views on the design of the Home shirt for next season in an exclusive poll.

Voting is now open to choose between the "Stained Glass", "V" and "Pigeon" options for the 2019 J1-League campaign.

This is the new Brondby IF 2018 Away football kit by Hummel.

The shirt is held in two different shades of black and is split down the middle. A split, that symbolizes the historical merger between Brøndbyøster and Brøndbyvester Idrætsforening in 1964 - the year it all began.

Melbourne Victory has unveiled a new home kit by Adidas for the 18/19 Hyundai A-League season.

The jersey features a new-look chevron, which has been modernised with the latest adidas global football graphic.

The Central Coast Mariners launched their new 18/19 Third kit by Umbro on the eve of the club’s pre-season trial.

The third kit to be worn on the road is predominantly white with their iconic two-tone Yellow & Navy stripes running down the left side of the shirt and shorts.