Serie A has already kicked-off, but have you already seen all the jerseys of the 20 clubs? Don’t worry, Soccer365 has got you covered. Some of them are available at World Soccer Shop, with others coming in the future, so be sure to check the links for each club.
AC Milan continues to be one of adidas’ big guns in Europe thanks to their loyal fanbase around the globe. The Rossoneri are sporting a modern design with dripping stripes meant to represent their ‘Red Devils’ nickname. The contemporary crest makes its return after a couple of years with a retro one.
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The 2016-17 season will be a special one for the Rome club, as one of their greatest players – Francesco Totti – will retire from professional competition when it ends. Their home uniform has a rather traditional shirt featuring dark red and yellow with horizontal stripes. Red shorts and yellow socks complete Roma’s new look.
Related: AS Roma Reveal 2016/17 Away Jersey.
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Atalanta revealed a new take on their traditional black and blue stripes, which now fade into a black chest panel. Sponsor SuisseGas stands-out in white, with the Nike Swoosh and the club’s badge placed above it.
Bologna kept a safe place in Italy’s top soccer division, and we’ll see them showcasing a classic combination of wide red and blue stripes on their home jersey. An interesting effect is seen on the v-cut neck, divided in half due to the stripes positioning.
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Cagliari makes a triumphant return to Serie A after being crowned Serie B champions last season. They switched from Kappa to Macron, who designed a nice-looking jersey with their iconic red and blue halves design. A polo collar with open front helps create a traditional look.
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Chievo Verona is kitted by local brand Givova, who opted for a simple jersey that honors the club’s heritage. The round collar features an interesting button add-on, while the front shows a graphic depicting “Cangrande della Scala”, a nobleman who ruled Verona and Dante Aliguieri’s leading patron.
Crotone have reached Italian first division for their first time in their 106 years long history, and their home jersey is up for the occasion. Featuring a henley collar with buttons, the shirt boasts blue and red stripes, some of the later with white trimming.
The new Empoli jersey is an ode to the club and it’s hometown. The elegant henley collar and subtle white detailing create a classic look; a print of the Sant’Andrea Collegiate Church, one of Empoli’s most iconic buildings, is seen under the club’s badge.
Fiorentina continue to sport their traditional Viola look, now with a polo collar adorned by white and red trimming. The club’s crest is embroidered on the left chest, with Le Coq Sportif modern logo taking its place on the right.
Genoa are proud to be Italy’s most ancient club, and it is shown on their new jersey by a commemorative text placed under the badge. The shirt itself has their traditional halves design in red and blue plus a classy polo collar.
Inter Milan face the season with hopes of bouncing back and take back their place among Europe’s greatest. Their new jersey respects their traditional black and blue stripes, adding more black the sleeves to enhance the player’s physique. For the first time in the club’s history, the home uniform has yellow socks.
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Juventus look to continue dominating Serie A after winning their fifth consecutive league title last season. Their new home jersey is a modern take on their iconic white and black stripes, featuring pinstripes on the black ones. Juventus badge sits proudly over the heart, accompanied by three golden stars that represent their 32 league titles.
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Lazio are playing their home games in a rather classy jersey, featuring their irreplaceable sky blue color and an elegant white polo collar. Wide white stripes run down the sides of the jersey, made from a mesh material to increase air circulation and keep players cool and dry.
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Napoli want another chance in the title race after being the only threat for Juventus during the last part of the 2015/16 season. Their new jersey features the latest technology from Kappa, which creates an athletic and unique look while also preserving the club’s values and identity.
Palermo didn’t enjoy a particularly good season last year, and they hope to leave those bad memories behind. Joma took the first step (and a good one) with the Rosanero jersey, featuring a pink design with black and gold detailing on the collar and sleeves. An eagle wing pattern is embossed on the chest to honor their main nickname.
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Pescara are the third returning side to the Italian top flight, thanks to their victory in the promotion playoffs. Errea serves as their kitmaker, and decided to play it safe with a conservative look with blue and white stripes. The collar shoes an interesting cut which highlights the shirt.
Sampdoria have one of those jerseys that don’t change much season to season, and that’s because the club established some strict rules in order to protect their iconic look. Joma managed to create a sleek jersey with the horizontal stripes holding the club badge on the center. The same colors from the stripes are featured on the neck and sleeves.
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Sassuolo will compete another year under Kappa’s wing. Their home jersey is a traditional rendition of their green and black stripes, with green sleeves and black shoulders that extend to the cuffs. Multiple sitting couple logos appear on the shoulders, adding a classic touch to the shirt.
Torino’s glory days may be gone, but their fanbase is as loyal as always. Their jersey has also stayed true to them, with a simple design with round collar that features a bull graphic on the lower front to pay homage to their name.
Closing our Serie A review we have Udinese Calcio. Their jersey is a simple combination of black and white stripes with blue accents on the v-neck and logos. Some additional blue hints can be seen on the lower front, creating a modern effect on the stripes.
Which one is your favourite Serie A jersey? Let us know in the comments below. Visit ourShop by Club Hub at World Soccer Shop to find Serie A jerseys.