Twenty-one time Eredivisie champions. One Europa League title. One Champions League title. PSV Eindhoven, one of the stalwart clubs in the Dutch Eredivisie, will have a pair of home and away kits for the coming season.

The club, namesaked after the Dutch electronics and technology company, one of the largest in the world, finished fourth in the league last season, earning a Europa League spot.
The home kit has the traditional red and white stripes on the shirt, with a modern touch. The rounded collar with v-shaped tab and matching sleeve cuffs are in black. The stripes have a gradient effect; the shades of red are brighter as the stripes descend to the shirts’ hem, in the shape of chevrons. The plain, yet classical black shorts are complimented by white socks with red trim.
For the away kit, the club has a white kit with light blue bits. The light blue can be seen on the shirt’s round collar as very thin trim, at the edge of the sleeves as well as on a light gray vertical band on the left side of the jersey, from wearer’s perspective. The shorts and socks are in white, leaving for a conservative look.

PSV will be looking to make some noise next season, and craft a title run, attempting to end AFC Ajax’s current dynasty of four consecutive Eredivisie titles, something PSV themselves have done in recent memory. Can they pull it off in these kits? Tell us what you think of PSV’s latest kits in the comments section below or on our social media pages!