Juventus Soccer Jersey Home Replica 21/22
|Country and League:||Italy-Serie A|
|Type of Brand Logo:||Embroidery|
|Type of Team Badge:||Heat Press|
A return to the classic Juve design marks the 10th anniversary of the Allianz Stadium – a home pitch where Juventus have constantly reinvented themselves, moved forward, trailblazed as a club. But also, a place where their history lies, where countless moments are etched into the memories of supporters and players alike. And those memories? Likely in a kit that looked just like this one. Here’s to a return to tradition, as the classic stripes return unaltered, here’s a look towards the future, as Juventus reinvent again and again.
The new kit sees Juve move away from art-inspired designs and go back to basics – with a straight-up classic template featuring a clean crew neck collar and straightforward black and white stripes. The shirt includes “10 YEARS AT HOME” inscribed on the inside, with the red, white and green flags running around the circumference of the stadium also referenced alongside.
Replica – the same jerseys worn by professionals during matches. Designed for performance and feature premium fabric technology, lightweight materials and slim-fitting builds. Heat transferred crests and badges must be handled with care.
HeatReady Technology – premium fabric technology engineered to offer cooling and breathability in areas where athletes need it most, moving sweat and heat away from the body quickly 100% polyester
Inspired by the stadium that players and fans alike proudly call home since 2011, adidas have unveiled the new Juventus home shirt for the 21/22 season.
The new home jersey pays homage not only to the iconic players that made Juventus history, but to the supporters who had a part in building its home, with the star and pentagon design of the legendary Cammino delle Stelle (Walk of Fame) engineered into the fabric of the shirt.
Juve’s iconic shirt sponsor, Jeep, will feature a new decal on the front of the jersey, with the car manufacturers ‘4XE’ model getting an eye-catching feature on the kit for the first time.