San Lorenzo Shirts

San Lorenzo Shirts

San Lorenzo Shirts

San Lorenzo are an Argentine football club based in the Flores neighbourhood of Buenos Aires. The club play their home games wearing navy blue and red striped shirts which is usually accompanied with white or black trim.

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Nicknamed Santo meaning Saint, San Lorenzo were founded in 1908 and have won over 10 Primera Division titles including the Copa Libertadores title in 2014. The club are considered to be in the category of the one of the Los 5 Grandes meaning the Big Five which includes the top teams in the country such as Boca Juniors, River Plate, Huracan and Racing.

Argentinian Primera Division club San Lorenzo take preparations for the upcoming 2016 season to the next stage as kit manufacturers Nike issue the team a patriotic home shirt. Ensuring the trademark club colours of red and navy blue were kept at the forefront of design criteria for the 'Santo' ho [...]

2014 Club World Cup finalists San Lorenzo have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015 season. With Nike sealing a new kit deal with the 2014 Copa Libertadores champions, their new home shirt again features the club's trademark navy blue and red stripes which have made the c [...]

Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected as the Catholic Church's Pope last Thursday, taking the name of Francis [...]

San Lorenzo's home shirt for the 2008/09 season is red and very dark blue with a vertical stripe design [...]

The club play their home games at the Viejo Gasometro otherwise known as Boedo which holds over 40,000 people. Like several Argentine clubs they also practise other sports including basketball, field hockey, handball, tennis and much more.

Notable former players include Ezequiel Lavezzi, Pablo Zabaleta, Ivan Cordoba, Guillermo Franco, Claudio Biaggio, Oscar Ruggeri, Sebastian Abreu and Walter Perazzo.

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