Started thinking about your team’s kit for next season yet? 🤔👕

Of course you have. If you’re anything like us, you’re always thinking about football kits.

If you haven’t seen it already, Nike have released a whole new teamwear catalogue, filled to the brim with brand new match kits, fresh trainingwear and some old familiar favourites.

For now, we’re focusing on match kits, but keep your eyes peeled for our review of the new trainingwear options coming soon.

So let’s take a look at some of the new kit on offer from the guys with the Swoosh…

Let’s kick things off with a real beauty of a shirt. The Challenge III may look a little familiar. It’s unique neckline and sleeve cuffs have the look of this season’s incredibly popular Chelsea 3rd shirt. So if you’re a fan of that (and club loyalties aside, why wouldn’t you be?) and are looking for a more premium look on the pitch for your team this season, you can’t go far wrong with the Challenge III jersey. It’s subtle diagonal striped effect gives a textured feel while the slim lined fit provides a tailored and professional look.

When a high performance garment meets beautifully constructed style, what you get is basically something that looks a little bit like the Nike Trophy IV Jersey. With its elegant and classic polo-style, single-button collar and understated embossed graphic on the front of the shirt, this is this season’s statement match kit. Available in a range of colour combinations, the versatile Trophy IV could also be utilised off the pitch, as a smart performance polo for travel or leisure time.

The Nike Park kit has been a familiar sight on grassroots football pitches up and down the country for years, and for good reason. Unrivalled when it comes to versatility and value for money. The simple yet effective style of the Nike Park Shirt makes it the ideal blank canvas to create your team identity. The latest incarnation of this iconic jersey comes with all of the quality and features you’d expect from Nike, including Dri-FIT material and mesh panels, which provide ventilation and comfort during the heat of battle.

Due to the popularity of last year’s strike jersey (still available) Nike have introduced a women’s fit version which is just as stunning as the original. With its signature stretchy knit raglan sleeves, mesh panels and Dri-FIT technology, you’ll never have worn a comfier footy kit. Available in four visually striking colourways, each shirt is made from 100% recycled polyester which keeps waste to a minimum.

Other Notable Additions 🆕

The Women’s Striped Division provides a women’s fit option for teams rocking stripes this season. Meanwhile, the next instalment of the Women’s Park is also here with a range of 10 colourways and women’s shorts also available.

Not to leave out the heroes between the sticks, Nike have also introduced two new goalkeeper kit designs. The Gardien III (coming April 2020) is Nike’s premium offering to the goalkeeper’s union. It features an eye-catching graphic print throughout and ultra-flexible fabric on the sleeves to keep range of movement at a maximum. The other option for grassroots goalies is the equally eye-catching Park IV GK.

And finally, for those wonderkids in the making, we’ve got the Park Little Kids Set. A shirt, shorts and socks combo designed specifically for those making their first tiny steps in the world of the beautiful game.

Feeling Inspired Yet? 🔥

So there are the highlights from the new catalogue as far as match kit is concerned. Keep your eyes peeled for a feature on Nike’s latest off the pitch ranges coming soon. To have a browse of the entire catalogue click here.

For information about any of these products and how you can make them your own with club logos, sponsors and beyond please email [email protected] with your requirements and a member of our team will be happy to help.

Or why not create something truly unique? All of Nike’s kits can be given the #PowerUp treatment. Get in touch or click here for more info.

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