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The new Nike designs for Barcelona are here. With these two bold jerseys, the Blaugranas will defend their La Liga title and try to recovery the European title in this forthcoming 2013/2014 season.

Barca 2013/14 home soccer jersey
The new home jersey returns to the use of thinner stripes reminiscent of the 2009–2010 jersey, while the collar now features a V-neck style highlighted in yellow. The most modern aspect of this design will be on the sleeves, where Nike has incorporated thinly fading stripes that transition from blue to red.

Barcelona team badge on 2013/14 home jersey
barcelona home soccer jersey 2013/14
This design will retain some of the characteristics seen in previous shirts of the Nike era. These include the Senyera, name given to the Catalan flag, now taking up the whole back of the collar, as well as the  label inside featuring the club’s motto “Mes que un Club” (More than a Club).

Barcelona 2013/14 away soccer jersey
Meanwhile, the away jersey will retain the stripes in a stunning combination of red and yellow, again inspired by the look of the Catalan flag. This design, a first in the club’s history, features a round collar in yellow with red trim, and the same fading style design for the sleeves. The new Qatar Airways sponsor logo will be featured in blue, same with the Nike logo, names and numbers.

Barca 2013/14 away jersey collar detail
How would you rate these new Barça jerseys? Do you like the Senyera style away kit?

The World Soccer Shop blog was launched in 2000 as Soccer365.com. The U.S. based soccer daily website focused on the news and stories on the beautiful game with freelancers based around the globe. SoccerConfidential.com was launched in 2013 to fill the need for news on the expanding soccer apparel and cleat market. With our relationships with all the top soccer brands, we became the authoritative voice on the subject. In 2014 the Soccer365.com and SoccerConfidential.com site were merged into the new World Soccer Shop blog. This story was originally published on SoccerConfidential.com.

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