Classic Football Shirts

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Orlando Pirates and adidas have gone back to their roots with a retro-inspired off-field jersey that features an memorable adidas logo – the last time the logo was used on-field in SA was in 1997.

A reflection on the community and their mission of youth empowerment and development, this jersey is made in partnership with the Zodwa Khoza Foundation, whose founder was a lifelong Pirates fan.

São Paulo Futebol Clube, of Brazil’s Série A, have released a special “Pink October” shirt this month.

Styled like other adidas-manufactured Brazilian side’s equivalents, the tonal pink horizontal-chalk-striped design is embellished with adidas’s chest logo and side-of-trunk stripes in white and the club crest in full colour.

Indian Super League side FC Goa have launched their 2021-22 Home and Away shirts.

Manufactured by the little-known Reyaur Sports, both designs - the orange Home and white Away - are relatively understated, with the most noticeable embellishment coming in the form of collar and cuff trim.

Coventry City have unveiled the new Third Kit for the 21/22 season.

The new Hummel kit is in a 2 Tone theme, in recognition of the musical and cultural influence of the movement on the City and Coventry being UK City of Culture, and returning to a hugely popular theme from the 2019/20 campaign.

This is the 2021 “Pink October” shirt for Porto Alegre-based Brazilian side Sport Club Internacional.

Internacional’s awareness-raising release is, as one might imagine, in pink, with tonal horizontal chalk stripes and further embellishment - including manufacturer adidas’s branding - in white.

Like many Mexican sides, Club Deportivo Guadalajara - known as “Chivas” - showcased a 2021 “Pink October” shirt.

The design is somewhat coloured how one would imagine, with the white trunk contrasted by pink pinstripes and raglan sleeves.

AS Roma revealed their new Fourth (4th) kit for the 21/22 season.

The New Balance design revisits the iconic badge that appeared on Giallorossi shirts between 1997 and 2013, during which lo scudetto, two Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa Italiana were won.

Brazilian side Fortaleza Esporte Clube have unveiled a special 2022 Third shirt.

Billed as “Cinq”, it celebrates the fifth anniversary of the club having its own kit brand - “1918” - along with its French-influenced beginnings 103 years ago, and is styled accordingly.