Here are the kits that have been released so far for the 2013-14 Italian Serie A season, we have also included the credible leaks of shirts for teams where we have them, this information and page will be updated as new kits are released and new leaks emerge, so check back for the latest updates.
Atalanta – At the start of May 2013, Atalanta officially launched their home, away and third kits supplied by Errea and it was worn on the final round the 2012-13 Serie A campaign against Italian champions Juventus. The new home shirt boasts a new v-neck display with an enlarged version of the clubâ€™s badge printed on its inside upper back area.
Bologna – Supplied by Macron the Bologna home, away and third shirts were officially launched at the end of July. The home shirt boasts their trademark red and blue halved design while the away shirt is green which has the names of Bolognaâ€™s Scudetto winning team from the 1963-64 season on it. The third shirt is white with a historic blue and red diagonal sash across the front.
Cagliari – Italian club Cagliari were one of the last clubs to officially reveal their kits for the 2013/14 season. Their home shirt boasts their trademark red and blue halved design while the away shirt is white boasting the club’s historic crest. The third and fourth shirts are blue and red.
Catania – Calcio Catania who finished 8th last season in the Serie A officially unveiled their home, away and third kits by Givova at the end of June. The club are without a shirt sponsor and the home shirt boasts a thin red and blue striped colour scheme.
Fiorentina – Supplied by Spanish brand Joma, Fiorentina officially unveiled their home, away and third kits at the start of July and the shirts boast the shirt sponsor Mazda in the middle of the shirts. The home shirt boasts a standard purple colour with white detailing. The Italian club have recentyly bolstered their squad for the upcoming season as tehy have signed the likes of Mario Gomez, Massimo Ambrosini and Joaquin Sacnhez.
Genoa – Genoa football club officially launched their home and away shirts by Lotto in late July. The club escaped relegation last season as they finished 17th place and their home shirt boasts a halved red and blue colour scheme much like last season’s home shirt.
Internazionale – Supplied by Nike, the Internazionale home and away shirts are inspired by the city of Milan, home of Inter and fashion capital of the world. The club finished a disappointing 9th place last season and they will look to bounce back this with these new kits.
Juventus – Italian champions Juventus officially revealed their home shirt in June and it was inspired by their 1980s kits and the main sponsor is Jeep which also featured on last season’s shirts. The away shirt returns to a yellow colour scheme.
Lazio – Manufactured by Macron, Lazio released their home, away and third shirts in mid July. All three shirts feature a unique collar design and the sky blue home shirt for Lazio is sky blue with white hems on the sleeves.
Livorno – Newly promoted club Livorno have yet to officially launch their home, away and third kits.
Milan – At the start of July 2013 AC Milan released their home and away shirts for the upcoming Serie A Season. Supplied by adidas the home shirt boasts thinner red and black stripes while the away shirt reverts back to white and the third shirt sees a unique gold shirt installed.
Napoli – Napoli will be playing in the Champions League this season after they finished 2nd place in the 2012-13 Serie A behind Juventus. After selling Edinson Cavani to PSG the club have recruited several Spanish players including Pepe Reina on loan, Jose Callejon, Raul Albiol and Argentine Gonzalo Higuain. Their home, away and third shirts supplied by Macron were officially released at the end of July.
Parma – The club who recently signed Internazionale forward Antonio Cassano officially laucnhed their home, away and third shirts at the start of June. The kits are manufactured by Errea and feature their shirt sponsor Foletto in the middle of the shirts.
Roma – The shirts by Roma is produced by themselves with the club due to switch to Nike next season (2014-15) after cancelling their current shirt contract with Kappa due to serious defects found in the technical material and the line of clothing produced by the Italian brand. The home shirt boasts a standard maroon and orange colour scheme with orange collar and sleeves and the away shirt boasts a standard white home colour with maroon and orange collar and sleeves. Both shirts feature the club’s new crest.
Sampdoria – Manufactured by Kappa Sampdoria unveiled their home, away and third kits. The home shirt boasts the trademark blue base colour with their historic black and white hoop. The away shirt is white while the third shirt is all black.
Sassuolo – Newly promoted side Sassuolo are yet to release their home, away and third shirts.
Udinese – Made by HS Football, the home, away, third and goalkeeper shirts were officially launched in mid July. The home shirt sees a familiar black and white striped design while the away is the grey and black display and the third is the orange design while the goalkeeper shirts are green and yellow.
Verona – Newly promoted side Hellas Verona released their third black shirt manufactured by Nike at the start of June. Their home and away shirts were officially released at the end of July. The home shirt boasts the template which is also seen on the Australian 2012-13 home shirt and the Barnsley away shirt while the away shirt is all yellow.
Posted on July 29, 2013