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Huddersfield Town and Umbro revealed their new home kit for the 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship season.

The players, and supporters, will be “wearing history” for the upcoming campaign as the kit pays tribute to Herbert Chapman’s FA Cup winning side of 1922. On 22 April 1922, Town beat Preston North End at Stamford Bridge to win the trophy for the first, and only time, in the Club’s history.

Belo Horizonte’s América Futebol Clube - known as América Mineiro - have revealed their new Volt Home and Away shirts.

The Home design features green and black stripes, a black overlapping v-neck and, providing much of the trim and detailing, a tertiary colour of luminous yellow - or, aptly, “volt”.

Brazilian side Fortaleza Esporte Clube have revealed their new, 2021 Home shirt.

Branded as “1918” to refer to the club’s date of establishment - denoting it is ostensibly self-produced - the primary design features the tri-colour horizontal striping (on the front and back) and blue side panels.

Hibernian and Joma revealed their new home kit for the 21/22 season.

The traditional green body and white sleeves remain with the creative sublimation of the street map of Edinburgh showcasing the Club’s strong links across the city. The Club crest proudly sits in its rightful place of Leith within the city map.

Club Social y Deportivo Colo-Colo, giants of Chilean football, have released a commemorative shirt to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their solitary Copa Libertadores triumph.

The understated design is in a light, silvery hue - nodding to the 1991 trophy itself - and features the famous white with black by way of the side of trunk trim and cuffs.

Famous Scottish side Aberdeen FC have revealed their new Home shirt.

The adidas primary design for the Dons in 2021-22 takes the recognisable red-with-white look and adds navy by way of the neat crew neck and the cuffs.

Verein für Leibesübungen Bochum 1848 Fußballgemeinschaft, known as VfL Bochum and newly returning to the German Bundesliga in 2021-22, have revealed a special commemorative shirt.

The “700 Jahre Stadt Bochum” release celebrates seven centuries since Count Engelbert II von der Marck granted Bochum a town charter and the design reflects this with dedicated detailing and a city emblem in the standard crest position.

Middlesbrough revealed their new home shirt for the 2021/22 season.

The home shirts, produced by hummel, are inspired by Teesside’s iconic Transporter Bridge - and as was the case in the club's promotion-winning 1994/95 campaign, the silhouette of the bridge is part of the kit’s unique design.

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