This is the Torino FC Away football shirt by Kappa.
The 2016-17 away kit will be used during the 2016–17 Serie A season (known as the Serie A TIM for sponsorship reasons),the 115th season of top-tier Italian football.
This is the new Kaizer Chiefs 16/17 Away football shirt by Nike.
Following the launch of the team’s new home jersey, Kaizer Chiefs and Nike are proud to introduce Amakhosi’s new away kit for the 2016/17 season. Featuring Nike’s unique Dri-FIT fabric technology, the strip retains the club’s traditional colour combination.
To complete the range of kits for the 2016/2017 campaign, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and kit supplier JAKO produced a unique shirt reflecting the connection between the club and parent company. In the traditional colour combination of blue and green the Werkself are using the colours of the Bayer group.
The Bayer logo and its associated optical characteristics serve as inspiration for the new kit. The combination of the Bayer cross and the use of the company colours form the centre point of this modern and sporty design. In addition to the historic colour combination there are also elements taken from the range of shirts for the current season. All individual features such as the club badge, the city skyline, the QR code and the Werkself written in traditional script are also integrated into this unique item.
This is the Sparta Prague 2016-18 Away football shirt by Nike.
The shirt is made from Nike's Dri-FIT material. The Dri-FIT is a breathable, quick drying lightweight material, which wicks sweat and moisture away from your body, so you are kept dry and comfortable. The shirt has mesh stripes which runs along the side. The mesh stripes are elastic and will expand when you are in motion, and this will also allow the airflow to increase.
Manchester City revealed a new Nike third kit, which will be worn away from home in cup competitions throughout the 2016/17 campaign.
Combining a bold violet with orange, City will sport this distinctive look for the first time against Swansea City in the third round of the English Football League Cup, as well as on their travels in the Champions League and FA Cup, for the remainder of the campaign.
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.