Rangers and Castore revealed their new 21/22 third kit.

The lilac kit displays the 150th anniversary commemorative crest and is crafted from sublimely lightweight, breathable, and moisture wicking fabric.

Mamelodi Sundowns, the current South African champions, have revealed their 2021-22 Away shirt.

The Puma release is in tones of blue and features the African print stylings in a more stark way than the Home equivalent.

This is the new Mamelodi Sundowns Home shirt by Puma.

The 2021-22 design for the current South African “DStv Premiership” champions has a yellow base with an African-styled, tonal, sublimated print and detailing in green (the crest fully in yellow and green).

Arsenal revealed their new adidas Third kit which will be worn during the 21/22 season.

The new kit takes inspiration from 90s style and culture and has a bold lightning pattern running throughout.

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This is the new AFC Bournemouth Third shirt for the 21/22 season.

The Umbro kit pairs digital with nature in a cactus green jersey with a contrast printed front graphic which evokes a striking on-pitch visual.

Hamburg-based cult side FC St Pauli have revealed their 2021-22 Third shirt.

The new secondary change design for the German 2. Bundesliga side, branded as “DIIY” (stylised as “D¡!Y”) but self-produced, is being marketed as the “Pride” shirt and features a rainbow-colour-filled crest on a grey base.

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Hamburger Sport-Verein - known as “HSV” or “Hamburg” - have launched their new adidas Third shirt.

The 2021-22 secondary change design is in red with a tonally styled horizontal striping effect to the front of the trunk and tonal neck and cuffs.

This is the new Red Star FC Away shirt.

Coloured in orange and deep red - to suggest a negative image of the Home version - the texture-patterned base, like the primary equivalent, includes the option to overlay the bulk of the crest with a Velco patch.

This is the new Home shirt for cult Paris, France side Red Star Football Club.

The new primary design sees “l'Étoile rouge”’ depart adidas for Italian brand Kappa, and the Ajax-esque shirt - with green replacing white and white taking on the role of the Dutch side’s red, with a texture pattern and a fuzzy edge - is most notable for the opportunity for customisation in the crest position.