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River Plate and Boca Juniors away shirts for the 2022-23 season

For the first time in its history, the German brand is presenting the new away kits for two of Argentina’s most popular teams in the same launch.

Under the themes “From Riverbed to Heart (De River de Corazón)” and “Boca is in my soul (Boca te llevo en el alma)”, the away kits of two of Argentina’s most successful clubs have been unveiled for the new season, inspired by the iconic designs of both teams from the 1980s and 1990s.


The Boca away shirt, meanwhile, is white with the traditional blue and gold stripes on the chest and the club’s initials ‘CABJ’ on the left chest, set in the iconic yellow eight-pointed star.

On the Núñez side (a district of Buenos Aires, home to River Plate),  the new away kit is inspired by the mythical red shirt worn by the 1986 champions, reproduced in a modern style, with the club’s official slogan “Grandeza”, as always, on the back of the shirt’s collar. “.It was one of the most memorable squads in the club’s history, led by then manager Bambino Veira, who won the first Copa Libertadores in the club’s history,followed by a victory over Romanian side Steaua Bucarest in Japan to win the club’s only Intercontinental Cup title to date.

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Urawa Red Diamonds 2023 season jerseys

The Urawa Red Diamonds new season’s home jersey inherits the team’s traditional red, white and black color combination, with the black shoulder sleeves and socks of the same color to express the feeling of giving strength to the whole body. The front and back of the jersey have two colors that are brighter and darker than the traditional red, showing a subtle sense of layering and giving the players a clearer, more dynamic and lively image. The design of the jersey also makes use of digital technology, so that from a distance, the two new shades of red will be combined to appear as the familiar traditional red.

The Urawa Red Diamonds new season’s away jersey collar is inspired by the team’s 1993 season jersey and features the sky blue color of the 1993 and 1994 away jerseys. 2023 marks the club’s 31st year of existence, and with a return to the colors that have marked the team’s early memories in the J-League, the design of the new jersey embodies the club’s desire to continue to open up a new era.

The club crest on the chest of the new jersey highlights the symbol of the team, a symbol of pride for both the club and the players, with the three championship stars above the crest highlighting the team’s pride. Other exclusive details include the team’s honorary slogan “We are REDS!”, the “12 Hearts” logo and the “Sports For Peace! ” public service advertisements, etc.

Sanfrecce Hiroshima 2023 season jerseys

The Sanfrecce Hiroshima new season’s home jersey inherit a color combination based on the “Hiroshima Violet” and incorporate graphic elements from previous generations of jerseys in a hybrid design to represent the powerful Sanfrecce team. The jersey draws inspiration from the jersey styles worn by the team when they won the last three J-League championships – the checkered jersey in 2012, the horizontal striped jersey in 2013 and the vertical striped jersey in 2015 – and blends them together in a Nike digital style pattern. The pattern is richly varied through a combination of diagonal thick and thin lines, expressing the energy, sharpness and speed of a sharp arrow. This combination of multiple graphic purple gradients creates a dynamic image that also contains subtle layers. The jersey, shorts and socks all showcase the club’s identity, incorporating a direction that constantly challenges itself with new thinking while firmly preserving the club’s heritage.

The Sanfrecce Hiroshima new season’s away jersey continues the white based color scheme, the jersey, shorts and socks are all decorated with the club’s signature “Hiroshima Violet” and the gold color in the team logo is used as the color of the Nike Swoosh logo, the overall color balance is harmonious.In addition, the purple curved design on the side of the jersey and shorts is simple and classic, shaped like a powerful bent bow, while the design of the collar is reminiscent of a sharp arrow, incorporating modern elements to create a fresh and competent image in the club’s colors.

As always, the club crest on the chest of the new jersey highlights the symbol of the team, a symbol of pride for both the club and the players, with four championship stars (the fourth being the J-League Cup winner for the 2022 season) on the top of the crest to highlight the team’s glory. The “86” logo on the left sleeve expresses the memory of August 6, 1945, a date that is engraved in the hearts of the club, as well as the mission of Hiroshima FC, with the slogan “One Ball,One World.” is the slogan to express the desire to continue spreading world peace through soccer. The “HIROSHIMA” logo on the right sleeve expresses the club’s desire to become a club that Hiroshima people will love and be proud of, based on the basic philosophy of “sharing dreams and excitement through soccer and contributing to the community.

Corinthians 2022 season third jersey

The Corinthians 2022 season third jersey combines Japanese elements with the scattered youth culture of the soccer jersey in a modern and striking design.

Following the path of jersey culture – that is, the culture of Brazilians who are keen to wear their team’s jersey in their daily lives – the new beige jersey brings a subversive and striking design, a fashionable piece that can be worn with pride both on and off the pitch. The repeated vertical Japanese slogan “これがコリンチャンスです (This is Corinthians)” fills the jersey, and another charming detail is the Japanese flag inside the collar. The black club crest and Nike Swoosh logo are placed on the chest of the jersey in turn. In addition, the jersey will be paired with black shorts and beige socks highlighting the club’s Japanese name “コリンチャンス(Corinthians)”.

“This jersey is one of the most beautiful and innovative jerseys we have ever launched with the club. The introduction of Japanese elements highlights the perfect combination of history and fashion. There is no doubt that it will take us back to those great memories and we hope to bring that wow factor to the fans once again,” stressed Gustavo Viana, Marketing Director of FISIA, Nike’s official distributor in Brazil.

As part of Nike’s “Move To Zero” commitment to sustainability, all Nike soccer jerseys are made from recycled plastic bottles. Since 2010, Nike has recycled more than 7.5 billion discarded plastic bottles through sustainable product design, and these bottles are recycled into new Nike products.