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VAIK have done it again, with the team from Sweden bringing out the latest absolutely beautiful kit with Nike, this time a 'Royal Edition.'
Very few, if any, football clubs in the world have as good a reputation when it comes to creating beautiful kits in recent years as Swedish side AIK.
They might not be too well known outside of Sweden for their actual football but the shirts always sell out super quick because of their magnificence.
That's likely to be the same again when the latest 'Royal Edition' comes out, with the royal blue shirt, taken from the colour of their crest, looking as stunning as some of their previous iterations.
The shirt is due to go on sale on February 25th at 10 am, and if you want to cop one then history suggests you're going to have to move pretty quickly.
That's due to the fact that only 131 copies of the shirt will be on sale next week, and it's a first come first served basis for who gets their hands on one.
Whilst it will cost €105 to buy, proceeds from the shirt will all go towards Stadium Sports Camp, a non profit organisation who try to give access to sports to young people.
"The initiative to donate the income from the pre-season jersey to community-building activities is part of AIK Football's long tradition of community involvement in general and children in vulnerable situations in particular," a statement from the club said.
The 'royal' theme is to say that all the clubs fans should be treated like kings and queens and the design of the shirt includes a map of Stockholm.
It also alludes to the clubs history of having some of Sweden's royalty support the team who were created in 1891, and have won the Swedish title 12 times.
Whilst they may look beautiful on the pitch due to their kits, AIK aren't afraid of making things a little uglier when it comes to their playing style.
In 2020 the club pulled the ultimate sh**house move, when a second ball was thrown onto the pitch during the opposition's counter attack.
Featured Image Credit: AIK/Nike
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