After winning the Spanish Supercup and Copa del Rey in the 2016/17 season, Barcelona will be ready to embark on their 2017/18 season with a brand new jersey that features an updated interpretation of the traditional Blaugrana stripes.
On the jersey, vertical red bands are cast against a deep royal blue to form the updated stripe composition. Detailing inspired by the club’s history and culture can be seen on the collar, which is partially defined by the Catalan flag, the Senyera. On the inside of the shirt the word “Força” on the inner right sleeve and “Barça” on the left remind of inner club pride.
The sides of the kit feature a dark red stripe that runs the length of the Blaugrana shirt and blue shorts. Expanding when the player is in motion, the stripe maximizes ventilation.
Blue socks feature “Barça” on the front in contrasting gold, and a distinctive linear on the back of the calf, showcasing the club’s red accent color and accentuating speed.
Barcelona’s home jersey for the 2017/18 season is available to order today, which can be delivered to your doorstep from the very trustworthy and reliable World Soccer Shop — a partner of World Soccer Talk.
Here are close-ups to show the detail in the Barcelona home jersey for the 2017/18 season:
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