As the game has grown over the past decade more and more one-time soccer players are becoming avid fans. And a large number of these fans are women!
Increasingly the brands are stepping up to make official jerseys in women’s cut for those who would rather wear something a little more stylish than the traditional cut of the men’s jersey. Hitting the Streets takes a look at some of the women’s cut official jerseys available.
AC Milan is one of the best known clubs in the world. The Rossoneri (Red and Blacks) jersey has a classic look. The AC Milan 2016/17 women’s home jersey features red and black vertical stripes, Cross of St George with the club logo inside over the heart, and a scoop neck collar.
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Juventus is the current king of Serie A and finished as runners-up in last year’s UEFA Champions League. La Vecchia Signora, The Old Lady, is well known for their white and black striped jerseys. Sometimes also referred to as the ‘Zebras’ for this look the women’s cut jersey includes scoop v-neck and more tailored cut.
The Manchester United women’s cut jersey received some backlash from a small group of fans but for the most part the female fans have embraced the look. The Red Devils are best known for their red home jersey but the Manchester United 2015/16 Third jersey in black has stolen the show this season.
Down in London, Chelsea is growing their global following every year. With an eye to aggressively expand the brand to the U.S. it is no surprise that there are so many Blues fans in the States. The Chelsea 2015/16 home jersey is the perfect style for any fan.
Bayern Munich is another adidas’ club that has a women’s cut offering for the fans. The Bayern Munich 2015/16 Home jersey is one of the best looking in years and the attention to detail with the 2-tone red jersey and club diamond detailing at the waistline.
But let’s face it, not all women soccer fans want a women’s cut jersey. For those fans the above jerseys also come in the traditional cut and picking a more traditional cut greatly expands what is available since so many clubs still do not make a women’s specific jersey.
From global powers like Chelsea and the 2015/16 Third jersey or Real Madrid in their all-white 2015/16 home jersey or domestic challengers like Everton and their 2015/15 Away jersey.
For those women fans who may still be hesitant to pull on an official jersey a t-shirt is a great way to get that soccer style (and maybe even not look so rehearsed).
From cheering on the United States national teams. The 1994 crest will soon be a classic and looks great on the USA Women’s LS Cara T-Shirt.
To arguably Europe and the world’s top team at the moment, Barcelona, and the Barcelona Crest T-Shirt.
Or maybe you are more inclined to be ahead of the curve in preparing for this summer’s Euro 2016 and the huge selection of t-shirts like the Belgium Euro 2016 Elements Women’s T-shirt or the Sweden Euro 2016 Heart Women’s T-Shirt.
What is your favorite look to wear to a game, the training field, or out on the town?