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Giorgio Armani Have Released Their First Napoli Kits, All Three Are Absolute Gamchangers

Daniel Marland

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Giorgio Armani Have Released Their First Napoli Kits, All Three Are Absolute Gamchangers

Featured Image Credit: Napoli

Giorgio Armani have released their first three Napoli kits ahead of the Serie A season's kick-off and they look absolutely stunning.

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All three shirts have kept it simple when it comes to colours, opting for traditional blue, white and red for home, away and third kits respectively.

Defender Giovanni Di Lorenzo told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli: "They are very beautiful. We were impatient to see them and we are happy. We had a lot of fun doing the photoshoot. I can't wait to wear it on Sunday for the first time."


The manufacturer produced suits for Italy's Euro 2020 winning side earlier this summer and will be Napoli's 'technical sponsor' for this season.

It is believed the club will start producing their own kits in-house from that point forward.

Napoli failed to qualify for the Champions League last season and parted company with manager Gennaro Gattuso.

Luciano Spalletti will be in the dugout for this season amid a massive managerial shake-up across the whole of Italy.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Napoli fans can take solace in the fact they don't have one of Puma's third kits for the upcoming campaign.

The template has no club badge on the front and is instead replaced with the club's name in big letters.

Manchester City were the first to drop their strip on Wednesday evening and supporters were furious, likening it to a training shirt.

In addition to City, PSV, AC Milan, Marseille, Fenerbahce, Valencia, Borussia Monchengladbach, Shakhtar Donetsk, Stade Rennais and FC Krasnodar are all clubs who will be sporting the controversial design.


The team's name has been capitalised between two thick lines, with the club crest copied and dotted all over the shirt.

Topics: Football, Serie A, Napoli

Daniel Marland
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