Here are the new home & away shirts of Mexican Club Deportivo Guadalajara. They were founded in 1906 and play in the Mexican Premier Division. Last season they finished in eighth place in the league table.
The club’s kits are manufactured by Adidas and sponsored by Bimbo. This is the first set of Adidas kits for the club since 1991. For the past 5 years, the club’s kits were supplied by Reebok.
Guadalajara’s new home shirt features a simple red and white striped shirt with red sleeves. It has the adidas 3-stripes in white on the shoulders.
The new away shirt is mainly dark blue with red pinstripes and white detail. The adidas logo is placed on the right part of the chest with the club crest on the opposite and the Bimbo sponsor logo on the front center part of both shirts.
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