Nike make some of the best football kits on the planet that are used at all levels of the game. For a number of years thousands of football players and teams have worn kit featuring the famous Swoosh logo and this year’s exciting new range of teamwear jerseys is sure to capture fans of the brand looking for a new uniform for the 2017/18 season.
The range takes inspiration from the kit designs worn by some of the world’s top Federations and Elite level clubs so you can replicate the look of the best. Some of the national teams that wear Nike kit currently include England, Brazil, France, reigning European champions Portugal, Poland and the United States. Add to this a list of clubs like FC Barcelona, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, PSG, Inter Milan and Monaco and it is an impressive stable that the Nike brand supply.
You can join them too by kitting out your side in the latest Nike team jersey designs available now.
Taken inspiration from the top of the range Vapor jersey, the Revolution IV, seen below in a great Royal Blue/Black colour, should help your team dominate the game. Available in a range of colours such as Red, the Revolution IV comes in short sleeves so is ideal for wearing a base layer underneath to allow you to play all year round in this cool football shirt that features Dri-Fit technology in the fabric. The Revolution IV jersey also has a mesh fabric on the back of the body to help keep you cool and side stripes that flex as you move so the shirt works with you as opposed to restricting your movement. Join the Revolution and get your team in this new jersey from just £20.96 for kids and £26.21 for adult sizes.
Manchester City are a team moulded in the style of coaching guru Pep Guardiola and like to play the game with precision, so it is apt that their 3rd kit for the 2016/17 season inspires the new Precision IV jersey. Seen above in a bright Safety Orange/Purple colour that replicates the jersey worn by the Citizens, the Precision IV has a slim-cut fit and a tapered v-neck design which offers a look favoured by the professional teams. The front of the jersey features a cool looking gradient print graphic sublimated onto the front of the jersey. This means that we recommend any sponsor logos printed are done in a single colour for them to apply professionally and keep their appearance. The Precision IV jersey is only available in short sleeves for mens and kids, and is £22.46 for adult sizes and starts at £15.71 in junior sizes. A particular favourite colour of ours in this style is the White/Royal Blue.
It is a big year for Women’s Football, with the UEFA European Championships taking place this July featuring both England and Scotland. Nike have revamped their women’s football range by now offering the Park jersey in a specially produced fit for women. The Park jersey for women comes in a choice of 6 colours including Black, White, University Gold, Green, Royal Blue and Red with Park Womens Shorts also available. Football is for everyone, so take to the Park in this great football jersey that also comes in Unisex short and long sleeve editions too.
Last but certainly by no means least is our favourite of the new Nike team jerseys, the Trophy III. Inspired by the jerseys worn by the likes of England and Brazil, the Trophy III is unbelievable value for money, starting at £9.71 for junior short sleeves and £10.46 for junior long sleeves. The shirt is quality from front to back, with a soft Dri-fit fabric material and lightweight mesh on the back while the contrasting colour on the raglan sleeve design makes even single colour shirts look two-tone. A slim v-neck style features contrast colour taping around the back of the neckline while a stripe panel down the side of the shirt’s body adds to the appearance of one of the best football shirts in the team kit market today. Available in 10 colours, including a smart Midnight Navy and Light Photo Blue option, the Trophy III is just the jersey you need if you want to look good challenging for honours this season.
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