Sao Paulo 2021/22 Kits
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Sao Paulo are a Brazilian football club based in the country's largest city Sao Paulo and they wear and all white home kit with red and black banding across the front. The club are one of the most historic teams in Brazil as they have won the Campeonato Brasileiro Seria A on six occasions as well as the Copa Libertadores on three occasions. The current roster of players boasts several big names including Luis Fabiano, Ganso, Jadson, Lucio, Rogerio Ceni and Denilson.
2021/22 Sao Paulo Home Shirt
Sao Paulo players appear in their 2021/22 home matches with a predominantly white adidas shirt. Nicknamed the Tricolor Paulista, the club identifies with red, white and black, colours that appear on the chest band that extend up to the peripheries of the backside. Additional red details appear on the sleeve cuff pipings and the shoulder stripes, while the Condivo 21-based collar construction has a half-and-half design of red right side and black left side. The crest proudly sits in the centre within the tricoloured band.
2021/22 Sao Paulo Away Shirt
Sao Paulo dons an adidas away shirt for the 2021/22 season. The shirt has a bespoke design composed of red and black vertical stripes separated by narrower white ones. The striped pattern covers both the front and back as well as the sleeves. The shirt also has a round collar and sleeve cuffs, with both being white and broad enough to be noticeable. Completing the looks are the red shoulder panels that carry the adidas stripes in white.
Sao Paulo were first formed in 1930 though many think it wasn't until 1935. The club plays their home games in the 80,000 capacity Estadio Cicero Pompom de Toledo also known as Morumbi in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The team is one of the successful teams in Brazil, with two Intercontinental Cups and three Libertadores wins.
Sao Paulo have had several kit suppliers in their history including Athleta, HerinGol, Scratch, Penalty, Terres, Dell-erba, Le Coq Sportif, adidas, Topper and Reebok.
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