Juventus, Dortmund, Roma, Monaco kits: Some of Europe’s biggest clubs reveal new shirts

Juventus, Roma, Borussia Dortmund home kits

The 2021/22 football season is charging to a close and that can only mean two things: trophies and new kits.

While the likes of Liverpool and Real Madrid prepare to battle it out for the biggest silverware in the game, other major clubs around Europe have taken to releasing their new strips for next season.

Getting that first glimpse of the shirt your beloved side will be pulling on is always an exciting time for fans but, for some fans in particular, it’s proving to be all the more special this time around.

That is because some of the kits that have been confirmed for next season are true works of art and we simply can’t wait to to see the biggest names in the game tearing it up in them.

This past week in particular has been littered with releases showcasing some stunning kits that will have fans rushing for the online checkout portals.

Some have divided opinion slightly but others are proving to be a bona-fide hit with fans from across all sides of the divide.

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The Italian giants unveiled their new little home number today and it’s nothing short of beautiful.

They’ve gone with an alternative pattern within the famous black Juventus stripe while the simplistic rounded collar keeps things very tidy indeed.


Another lovely effort from Serie A as Roma combined the colours of burgundy and gold to superb effect.

The minimalistic sponsor logo also goes a long way towards making this kit one of the best we will see on the continent next season.

Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund’s kit is not exactly everyone’s cup of tea but you can’t say it isn’t bold.

It’s hard to get black and yellow wrong and, in the humble opinion of your writer, they’ve got it spot on.

Granted, the sponsor logo isn’t great, but, as we all know, it could be a lot worse.


The Ligue 1 side also unveiled their new home strip this week and, in truth, it’s quite brilliant.

At first glance it’s nothing to write home about, but the striking combination of the red and white dovetails oddly well with the sponsor logo.

We’re big fans.

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