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Barcelona's New 'Red Cross' Third Kit Has Been Leaked And Fans Are Divided

Barcelona's New 'Red Cross' Third Kit Has Been Leaked And Fans Are Divided

Barcelona's new third kit has been leaked online ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.

Barcelona's new third kit has been leaked online and it's fair to say fans are split on the strip.

Inspired by the Olympic Games held in the city in 1992, the Blaugrana's home strip was released a couple of weeks back and features navy in addition to the red and blue stripes.

Their away strip, meanwhile, has just been unveiled and brings a further nod to the Olympics with a fully gold kit with a map of the city.

Red and blue, Barcelona's primary colours, are once again prominent in the third kit - which is a silver-like colour but comes with a St George's cross design.

Previous leaks had indicated the jersey would be white but fresh and legitimate images posted by Barcelona Universal show that it isn't the case.

The Nike logo is in black, while Spotify, Barcelona's new lucrative shirt sponsor, have their logo front and centre in white.

And much like the home kit, reaction to the third has been mixed on social media:

The home and away kits are both available to purchase right now but at the time of writing there's no word on when the third will be released officially.

However the shirt is likely to cost £74.95, with the players' edition costing £114.95.

Earlier this month, Barcelona announced a draw whereby fans who purchase a new first-team jersey can win a lifetime supply of shirts.

Anyone who buys a top between June 3 and June 30 is eligible to enter the prize draw on the club's website and if successful, will have the new shirt in "stadium quality" every season in their chosen size.

Barca's shirt and stadium sponsorship with audio streaming giants Spotify is a four-year deal worth €280 million (€70 million per season) and sees them replace Japanese electronic commerce company Rakuten.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Barcelona Universal

Topics: Barcelona, La Liga