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Even more new kits for 2014-15
   July 9, 2014 (9:45 AM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

I have already done two posts before on this subject (here and here), but we have some even more new kits/jerseys/shirts/whatever you want to call them.

So check out after the jump to see new kits for many teams featuring Americans in 2014-15.

Bobby Wood appeared in 21 league games for 1860 Munich last season and he has some new home and road shirts for this upcoming season. The home shirt is primarily light blue with white sleeves, while the away shirt is white with some blue rectangle things.

Aron Johannsson and AZ Alkmaar will be wearing a very similar design by Macron in home games in 2014-15.

Birmingham City have two Americans in Jonathan Spector and Will Packwood and they have three new kits for 2014-15.  The home is your expected blue shirt, the away is a red/white shirt that is similar to something they wore in 2008-09 and the third kit is orange.

I posted Derby County’s white home shirt in the last post, but they have now released their away and third shirts.  Hopefully Zak Whitbread will not got injured putting any of these on.  The away shirt is the dark blue while the third shirt is yellow.

While most of the Americans have left Hoffenheim in the last season, they still have Fabian Hurzeler on the U-23 team.  Hoffenheim has switched from Puma to Lotta this year and have three new kits for 2014-15.  The home shirt is blue/white with a diagonal design.  The away shirt is yellow with blue pinstripes and the third shirt is grey.

Alfredo Morales returns to Ingolstadt for a second season in 2014-15.  His new home shirt for this season looks very AC Milan-like while the away shirt is primarily white with black stripes.

I already posted Eric Lichaj and Nottingham Forest’s away shirt in the last post, but now they have a pretty basic and classic red home shirt.

Timothy Chandler is now with Eintracht Frankfurt and he has a new home and away kit for 2014-15.  The home shirt is Frankfurt’s traditional red and black stripe design, while the away shirt is a pretty basic white look.

Danny Williams will be looking to build on his successful season at Reading in these new home and away kits.  The home shirt features Reading’s iconic blue/white hoops design, while the away shirt is charcoal.

Jozy Altidore will be looking to score goals for Sunderland in this new but traditional red/white vertical stripe design shirt.

Eugene Starikov (remember him?) is still with Zenit St. Petersburg and they released their home and away kits for 2014-15 this week.  The home shirt is in marine blue, while the away shirt is white with a blue sash.

Have a favorite of the bunch?  Really dislike any of the above?

 
Categories: Alfredo Morales, Aron Johannsson, Bobby Wood, Danny Williams, Eric Lichaj, Eugene Starikov, Fabian Hurzeler, Jonathan Spector, Jozy Altidore, Timothy Chandler, Zak Whitbread
 

5 Responses to “Even more new kits for 2014-15”

  1. daniil says:

    puma once again producing a reading kit without true hoops (as the horizontal stripes in the front and back are not connected).

    zenit have already offloaded one >$100k striker and they’ll probably shop starikov too this summer, they’re kinda pinching pennies after losing two of their best players on frees. hopefully he’ll end up somewhere where he can get a game in.

  2. tom says:

    I don’t think some leagues allow for true hoops anymore as they want the number area to be blank so it is easily readable.

  3. daniil says:

    i mean down the sides, they have the red and white vertical trim

  4. Timo says:

    What the hell happened to that Starikov kid (not a kid anymore I suppose)? He was in one January usmnt camp, but I don’t understand what happens with clubs in Russia.

  5. Hilde says:

    Starikov is a good player. At first, he seemed to have a lotta potential.

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