Juventus Are Breaking A 116-Year Tradition With Next Season's Home Kit

Juventus will break a 116-year long tradition with their home kit design next season.

Since 1903, the Bianconeri have adopted zebra stripes but it's all change for the 2019/20 campaign. One half of the top is white with a black sleeve, while the other side is black with a white sleeve, separated by a pink striped bar.

Shorts and socks are black to complete the look.

Leaked images had been doing the rounds for a while but now some official-looking images of both Paulo Dybala and Federico Bernardeschi wearing the controversial strip at the Allianz Stadium.

With the backlash they received for drastically changing the design of their badge in 2017, it's no surprise that Juve fans are kicking off about going against the club' traditions again in terms of their home shirt.

However, we are guessing that Notts County will be over the moon with the Old Lady. Juventus have the League Two side to thank for their iconic black and white stripes and showed their appreciation by asking them to be their opponents for the first game in their new stadium back in 2011.

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