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Marseille 2022/23 Kits

⚠️ See the New 2022/23 Home kit here ⬅️

Olympique de Marseille or Marseille are one the best teams in Ligue 1 where their last league title was in the 2009-10 season. Their shirts are manufactured by adidas and they feature an all white colour with blue and orange trim and the away kit is sky blue with white and orange trim and the third kit is all black with orange trim. Nicknamed 'Les Phoceens', the club have had a long history of producing world class players including Jean-Pierre Papin, Fabien Barthez, Didier Deschamps, Josip Skoblar, Didier Drogba, Benoit Cheyrou, Eric di Meco and Carlos Mozer.

Marseille Home Kit

Olympique de Marseille were founded in 1892 where the club adopted their current name in 1899. The club's home colours include a white base with sky blue trim. The club have had variations between which colour shorts and socks have been worn.

Marseille have had several notable players wear their home shirt including Gabriel Heinze, Eric Cantona, Marcel Desailly, Didier Deschamps, Samir Nasri, Jean-Pierre Papin, Robert Pires, Franck Ribery, Daniel Van Buyten, Didier Drogba and Rudi Voller.

Marseille Away Kit

Olympique Marseille wear away shirts which are usually coloured sky or dark blue. Marseille wore an all grey away kit in their 2004 UEFA Cup defeat to Valencia and in the 2012 Coupe de la Ligue Final Marseille wore an all sky blue away kit in their 1-0 win against Lyon.

Marseille's sky blue away kits are very popular in France the inclusion of a dark blue/black away shirt has been increasingly popular. Marseille have had German kit supplier adidas manufacture their away shirts for over a decade.

2022/23 Marseille Home Shirt

Sky Blue had been the secondary colour detail of a typical modern Marseille home kit. That changed in 2022/23 with Puma designing the jersey with dark-shaded accents, bringing back the classic royal blue to the traditional white base. A closer look on the pristine white base revealed the application of subtle debossed stripes. The abovementioned classic accent colour was mainly seen on the logos and the edge outline of the narrow sleeve cuffs and steep v-collar, both in white. The latter previewed a unique construction where a panel overlay covers the collar at the nape area. Below the collar at the back sat the city cross with an oval-shaped border. Keeping up with the overall accent theme, the flag symbol was changed to royal blue. The outfit was the first under new sponsor Cazoo.

2021/22 Marseille Home Shirt

Marseille's Puma-produced, Uber Eats-sponsored 2020/21 home shirt is essentially a white shirt with azure blue applications. The colour accent gets attention primarily from the five stripes on the sleeves, just like how the dual bands on the 1989/90 home shirt's sleeves did back then. It was a meaningful kit to take inspiration from as Marseille won the league and reached the European Cup semifinals that season. Aside from the sleeve stripes, an azure blue trim punctuated by a navy underline on the undersides complete the look of the 20/21 jersey.

2020/21 Marseille Home Shirt

Olympique Marseille gears up for the 2020-21 season as early as now with the release of their new Puma home kit. The kit exudes a pristine aura thanks to the white base of the shirt, shorts, and socks. The shirt has a round neckline and wide cuffs that are sky blue. The front side of the shirt, as well as the sleeves, are covered with a subtle graphic representing Le Corbusier's architectural work Unité d'habitation. The entire backside is white. Uber Eats, the main sponsor of the club has clear black branding on the front centre. Sitting above it on the right and the left chest is the gold Puma cat and sky blue Marseille lettermark respectively.

Other gold elements on the shirt are the Puma cats on the shoulders and the lone star above the team crest as well as the DROIT AU BUT lettering below. The Marseille lettering embroidered at the back of the neckline is also gold.

2022/23 Marseille Away Shirt

Marseille's 2022/23 Puma Away was a clean navy shirt devoid of graphics or visual designs. The clarity of the backdrop allowed the logos and sleeve cuffs to pop out, bringing a sky blue accent to the otherwise dark-coloured jersey.

2021/22 Marseille Away Shirt

Marseille wears a Puma away shirt for the 2021/22 season. It has an eye-catching zigzag design, in dark navy blue across the front of the shirt, against the backdrop of different shades of blue that produces a holographic effect. The repeating horizontal zigzag lines form as letter Ms (for Marseille). They also take inspiration from the architecture of the Riviera Coast.

2020/21 Marseille Away Shirt

The Olympians from Marseille are ready to play their away matches for the 2020-21 season with a new away kit. The said kit goes the opposite direction of their new home strip, going darker by having a navy blue base for the shirt, shorts, and socks. The away shirt also has a light blue round neck and narrow sleeve cuffs. The Puma Cat and the Marseille lettermark are now of the same shade of blue as the cuffs and neckline. The star and the motto of the team crest retain their gold colour.

Relative to the subtle print of the home shirt, the 'Crafted from Culture' graphic of the away shirt is more pronounced, displaying a stylized illustration of the city presumably at night given the base colour.

Marseille play their home games wearing a strip comprising white and pale blue shirts. Real Madridstar Zinedine Zidane is probably the best known player to have worn the Marseille shirt in recent history.

Olympique de Marseille were founded in 1899, the club has had its fair share of troubles in the past. Having won the Champions League in 1993, defeating AC Milan in the final, they went on to be relegated and stripped of their domestic title following a match fixing scandal involving the then president Bernard Tapie. By 1996, backed by Adidas boss Robert Louis-Dreyfus, the club had worked their way back to the top flight. Marseille play their home games at The Stade Velodrome, 3, Boulevard Michelet, 13008 Marseille.

Marseille won their only ever major European title winning the 1992-93 UEFA Champions League and 9 Ligue 1 titles.

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