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Adidas To Use Same Kit Design For Up To 50 Teams All Over Again

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Adidas To Use Same Kit Design For Up To 50 Teams All Over Again

Adidas has released kit designs for 2019/2020 - and despite being heavily criticised for using the same kit for over 50 sponsored sides this season - its design team is back with another template, which will be duplicated across the world.

The Tiro 19 template will roll-out next year and could see major clubs such as Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus all sport the same design.

This season, at least 50 top-level Adidas kitted sides have worn the Adidas Condivo; a template that was rolled-out across club and international teams.


It received a bad reception, with many fans claiming the mega German sportswear brand has been lazy with its design offerings.

Teams such as Leicester City, Feyenoord and Benfica will all sport a 'new' kit next year which has been based on Bayern, United and Juventus third kits for this season.

At full-kit price that leaves you short of change from £100, fans have every right to feel conned by Adidas' newest official teamwear offerings.

One keen-eyed supporter took to Twitter to express their disappointment in the Three Stripe brand.


Another fan longed for an Adidas jersey of old.


And then - of course - there's others, which brings us into the realms football fashion nostalgia.



Ah, they don't make 'em like they used to.

What's your favourite kit from football history?

Let us know in the comments.

Words by Kane Allen

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Football News, Leicester City, Football, Manchester United, Adidas, Juventus, Feyenoord, Benfica, Real Madrid

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