Chivas Shirts

Chivas Shirts

Chivas Shirts

CD Guadalajara are nicknamed 'Las Chivas' meaning 'The Goats' and they play in the first division of Mexican football. The club wear red and white striped home jerseys which are supplied by German brand adidas and they play their home matches at the 50,000 capacity Estadio Omnilife.

Chivas Guadalajara Retro Football Shirt

Chivas play their home games in red shirts with white stripes, blue shorts and blues socks. Guadalajara play in the Primera Division of Mexico and they are one of the most successful teams in Mexican football history.

Chivas unveil their all-new home shirt for 2016/17 after Puma took over as kit suppliers from adidas [...]

Historic Mexican club of Chivas officially unveil their brand-new third shirt manufactured by adidas. 'Las Chivas' are the latest team to be issued adidas' newly styled shirt of which features the brand's iconic three-stripes run down the flanks in a vertical fashion for a repositioned and bold v [...]

Hummel and CD Guadalaja team up to design an eye-catching home shirt with deeper meaning Unveiled at Madrid's Pride 2015 event, Guadalajara's new Hummel designed home shirt was showcased with aspirations of raising awareness for the fight against homophobia in football [...]

Mexican side Chivas Guadalajara have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]

Mexican side Chivas Guadalajara have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015 season.' adidas have reveled a new black away shirt which features two blue horns in the centre of the shirt inspired by the club's nickname (Goats) [...]

Club Deportivo Guadalajara, also known as Guadalajara are best known by their nickname Chivas, they were formed in 1906 and play their home games in the 56,000 seater Estadio Jalisco, Siete Colinas #1772 Col. Independencia, C.P. 44290 Guadalajara, Jalisco in Mexico.

The Mexican club have had several kit manufacturers in their history including Le Coq Sportif, Eder do Brasil, adidas, Umbro, ABA Sport, Atletica, JVC and Reebok.

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