Juventus 23/24 Third Kit

With the retirement of Gianluigi Buffon, the Juventus adidas 2023/24 third was given a charcoal base to pay tribute to the past jerseys worn by the club’s goalkeepers (most especially Buffon, of course). Inspired by the industrial revolution in Turin, the kit had a ribbed weave pattern that also reflected the texture of the city’s architecture. The ribbed design then appeared as an actual texture to the white sleeve cuffs. Tonal shading was applied to the template shoulder stripes. A retro-looking buttoned henley collar completed the look of the outfit.

2022/23 Juventus Third Shirt

Juventus Third 2022/23 Kit

Juventus used the historical colours of pink and blue for its 2022/23 adidas third.  Dominant on the kit was the kaleidoscopic pattern of star-shaped lantern-like visuals. Moreover, the varying intensities of the shades and tones provided the said graphic design with a glowing effect. Sleeve cuffs and round collar contained solid blue fill, a bit of a contrast to the white of the template shoulder stripes.

 

2021/22 Juventus Third Shirt

Juventus Third 2021/22 KitJuventus flashes a bright and colourful adidas third shirt for their 2021/22 campaign. The jersey, one of the shirts inspired by the popular adidas EQT range, is yellow around the sleeves and the bottom of the body, while the white upper body has blue overlays of a chest band and an asymmetric offset diagonal one above it. The meshed v-collar and sleeve cuffs use the same shade of blue. The colour transition on the body is an abrupt V-shaped demarcation design. Completing the look is the v-panel with a white top border near the hemline.

 

 

2020/21 Juventus Third Shirt

Juventus Third 2020/21 Kit

The home kit is ceremonial. The away is kept clean and simple. But the third kit of Juventus for the 2020-2021 season is striking. Within the spaces of the bright orange-base is a combination of black and a darker orange which produces an artistic abstract camouflage graphic. The stunning design of Juventus’ third kit is arguably the orange equivalent of Japan’s 2020 home kit.

Placed against this backdrop are the white logos of adidas, Juventus, and main sponsor Jeep. The round collar and sleeve cuffs are black, and the shoulders are filled out with black and orange stripes. The shorts and socks, consistent with the design of the third kit shirt, are orange/black.