Coritiba play their home games in strip comprising white shirts with 2 green hoops, black shorts and white socks. The shirt currently graces the Brazilian Serie 'A'.
Coritiba Football Club, commonly known as Coritiba was formed on 12th October 1909 in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil. They play their home games in the 37,000 seater and 54,000 capacity Estadio Major Antonio Couto Pereira, Rua Ubaldino do Amaral, 37, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.
Brazilian club Coritiba unveil a modern third shirt for 2016 designed and delivered by kit suppliers adidas. With its sleek dark blue base-coat and and waved design upon the sleeves in a lighter tone, Coritiba's latest shirt takes inspiration from the Fifa Azul trophy which the club was awarded b [...]
Coritiba return to a timeless green and white striped away shirt for 2016/17 designed by adidas. Posing as a very similar display to the club's 2014/15 away shirt when Nike manufactured their kits, Coritiba and their new suppliers of adidas have opted to compose an alternative strip using their c [...]
Brazilian Serie A club Coritiba unveil their elegant home shirt for the upcoming 2016 season. Seeing new kit suppliers adidas compose the club's home shirt for the first time ready for the fast approaching 2016 campaign, Coritiba display their iconic green bars upon the predominately white strip. [...]
Brazilian club Coritiba are the latest Série A side to officially reveal their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]
Brazilian side Coritiba have officially launched a new third kit for the 2015 season. Inspired by the club's iconic kits, the new third kit uses a teal/green colour as the base with a two-hooped design in the centre of the shirt with the Coritiba logo in front [...]
Coritiba wear white, green and black home shirts which are supplied by American brand Nike. Nicknamed 'Coxa' the Brazilian club play a bitter rivalry against Clive Atletico Paranaense and they are called the 'Atle-Tiba'.
The club have had several kit suppliers in their history including adidas, Arcal, Campea, Umbro, Penalty, Diadora, Lotto and Nike.