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DutchBorderer last won the day on May 7 2019

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  1. Nice to see the thread still going - that's over five years now. The American MLS forces all its teams to wear adidas, and shirts rotate out every two years with each club changing either their home or away kit in alternating years. I won't post all of them, but there a few belters (and honkers) on show this season; https://www.mlssoccer.com/news/11-must-see-new-jerseys-for-the-2024-mls-season
  2. First week of May isn't even over yet, most leagues have yet to finish, but some clubs can't wait to show (and sell) their kits for next season already. Liverpool and Nike with what I can only describe as something that's too generic to fetch a 100+ Pound pricetag;
  3. I'm all for unique designs but that MK Dons Castore effort is absolute shite, makes the players look like they've been rolling around in dry mud and only swapped their shorts out for a clean pair afterwards;
  4. Bruh what the..... FC Utrecht, away shirt. @lichtie23 you were saying something about sponsor size?
  5. Pure sex. Norwich introduced a new crest to replace the 50 year old hand-drawn one. Not quite as bad as some other modern crests but I liked the old one better.
  6. Oh no! FC Volendam, newly-promoted to the Dutch Eredivisie. The Netherlands has legalized betting sponsors for the upcoming seaosn;
  7. Berwick Rangers home and away - the former inspired by the much loved/hated Avec kit of 1996.
  8. Not a shirt, but Belgian club Cercle Brugge have decided to change their crest from the design on the left to the, uh, thing on the right.
  9. Figured I'd pop back up to re-do the title, apologies for not getting that done sooner. Will edit the Opening Post to denote the start of the 2022/2023 release cycle. Here's my fave of the season so far, Geylang International FC (Singapore);
  10. Wrexham's away kit, inspired by.... the Philadelphia Eagles? Co-owner's favourite NFL team, I don't make this stuff up. Fake laces because English FA doesn't seem to allow real ones any more.
  11. Willem II are named after a king, and now model themselvesafter a king's clothes by incorporating the royal Dutch sash (yes) and a baroque pattern) on their 125th anniversary away kit. Recommend seeing this un up close.
  12. Nike with an admittedly tidy kit for Birmingham City, and Joma doing Joma things for Barrow AFC.
  13. The gradient's too much, you really don't need that when you've already got a map slapped onto your kit for detail. Joma doing Joma things.
  14. Forest, who harken back to the 80's, and Walsall, who further increase their green detailing from last year. Green was an integral part of the fondly remembered adidas kits from the 70's, although you could be forgiven for thinking the Saddlers are marketing these shirts to the Iranian market.
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