Atlético Tucumán, of the Argentine Primera División, have revealed a shirt celebrating their first ever change design.

The blue and white halved release pays tribute to the example worn in 1906 and then again in 1933, with every subsequent “away” shirt featuring blue as a consequence.

This is the new “Pink October” EC Juventude shirt.

In pink, unsurprisingly, the 2021 breast cancer awareness-raising design is embellished in an understated manner via a subtle background pattern and the famous club colours - green and white - appearing as a horizontal band.

Brazilian side Esporte Clube Vitória have unveiled a special “Pink October” shirt.

The largely black design from Negô has been released to raise awareness of breast cancer, and the detailing - the manufacturer’s logo and the club crest - accordingly contrasts in pink.

These are the new Chile Home and Away shirts by adidas.

With the German manufacturer taking over from Nike as kit supplier to the South American international side, the first choice release is red with blue and white accents - the latter provides the adidas branding (as well as dominating the change version).

EPL side Lincoln City have unveiled their new commemorative third kit by Erreà.

The kit is inspired by a design from the 2002/2003 season which was worn during City’s play-off campaign under Imps legend Keith Alexander.

Manchester City and PUMA have unveiled their new 21/22 esports shirt.

The shirt will be worn by City’s professional esports players Shaun ‘Shellzz’ Springette, the current ePremier League champion, and Ryan Pessoa as they represent the Club in FIFA competitions this season.

FC Schalke 04 and kit supplier Umbro revealed their new 21/22 third kit.

In the year 1904, a group of students founded a new club in the shadow of the Consolidation colliery.

Umbro and the Ethiopia Football Federation revealed the new 21/22 home, away and third kits of the Ethiopia national teams.

The new offering from Umbro is an ode to the national flag tricolour, with each jersey overlayed with graphics inspired by traditional textile patterning.

This is the new Argentinos Juniors home (1) shirt by Umbro.

The iconic Argentine side, circumstances allowing, will turn out in their famous look for the remainder of 2021 and into 2022, with the focal-point sash given the effect of being painted in white onto the red base.

Corinthians have released a 2021-22 Third (3) shirt.

The new design, by US manufacturer Nike, is in purple to represent feminism - a common association - and was debuted by the Brazilian club’s women’s side.