Olympique Lyon 2022/23 Kits
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Lyon are a French football club based in Lyon and they play their home games in white shirts with red and blue trim which are manufactured by adidas. From 2001 to 2008 the club were dominant in the French league where they won seven straight Ligue 1 titles. The club has boasted several notable players including Michael Essien, Juninho Pernambucano, Florent Malouda, Yoann Gourcuff, Karim Benzema and Lisandro Lopez.
Men's Olympique Lyon Shirt
2022/23 Olympique Lyon Home Shirt
Lyon's traditionally white home with a red and blue accent went with a deeper shade for the secondary details and brought back a recurring design for 2022/23. A half-and-half vertical band flowed right at the centre of the shirt, with the template adidas stripes on the shoulders going for a red-blue-red pattern.
2021/22 Olympique Lyon Home Shirt
Fans of Les Gones can easily recognise their players on the pitch for the 2021-22 home matches because of the team's predominantly white shirt and its unique red and blue half-and-half vertical band on the left side of the wearer. Produced by adidas, the jersey also shows red horizontal shoulder stripes and a Condivo 21-styled collar construction. The collar's tipping also has a red and blue half-and-half distinction.
2020/21 Olympique Lyon Home Shirt
Olympique Lyonnais is celebrating the club's 70th anniversary and is commemorating such with their new home kit for the 20-21 season. The shirt sports a clean, uninterrupted white base that prominently highlights the incorporated elements. Three stripes run across each shoulder of the crew-necked kit and relatively narrow cuffs appear at the sleeves. At the bottom edge of the kit's laterals, a part of the fabric is square-cut and is of the same colour as the stripes and cuff on the same side. All the said elements are blue on the left side and red on the other.
The combination of the adidas' logo and wording on the right chest is blue while the new Emirates FLY BETTER wordmarks are in red. The Lyon crest on the left chest is in full colours with a gold outline. The golden 1950-2020 lettering above the team crest references the 70th anniversary of the club. Lyon combines the new adidas home shirt with white shorts and socks.
2022/23 Olympique Lyon Away Shirt
Lyon's 2022/23 adidas away shirt featured standard sleeves and a regular v-collar and was predominantly red with an abstract all-over graphic in darkened blue. The visuals represent the smoke coming out from the flares of the supportive home crowd. Completing the design were the template shoulder stripes in white.
2021/22 Olympique Lyon Away Shirt
Lyon players are identifiable away from home with their predominantly red jersey for the 2021/22 season. The adidas-produced shirt displays an all-over tonal graphic resembling the sky camouflage of some of the sports brand's template shirts. Blue details emerge from the sleeve cuffs, shoulder stripes, and pipings of the crew-neck collar. Lyon is one of the teams sponsored by Emirates Airlines.
2020/21 Olympique Lyon Away Shirt
The Lyon-adidas away shirt is now officially out. The kit is predominantly dark grey with black vertical pinstripes appearing on the main body. The shirt also has thick black cuffs and v collar on its raglan-cut sleeves, an element from the adidas condivo 20 shirt that is coupled by the white stripes running down the sides of the trunk. The adidas combination mark and the new Emirates branding are also in white. The golden-bordered Lyon crest is directly opposite the adidas branding on the right chest.
Olympique Lyon whose full name is Olympique de Lyon et du Rhone, better known just as Lyon was formed in 1950 so are one of the younger sides in French professional football. They play their home games in the 42,000 seater Stade Gerland, 350 Avenue Jean-Jaures, 69007 Lyon in France
Lyon has many French championship and league honours and is one of the premier clubs in France.
The club play a bitter rivalry with Saint-Etienne named the 'Derby du Rhone' and Marseille, Bordeaux, Paris Saint-Germain and Lille.
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