Zenit St Petersburg 2022/23 Kits
Zenit Saint Petersburg are a Russian football club based in Saint Petersburg and they are one of the most dominant clubs in Russian football. With four Russian Leagues in the bag the club currently have several world class players in their roster including Hulk, Danny, Aleksandr Kerzhakov, Andrei Arshavin, Axel Witsel, Anatoliy Tymoschuk, Roman Shirokov and Vladimir Bystrov. The club have owrn a combination of sky blue and white shirts in their history.
Men's Zenit St Petersburg Shirt
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2020/21 Zenit St Petersburg Home Shirt
Zenit released their 2020-21 home shirt that features a unique diagonal striped pattern showing different shades of blue. The shoulders and sleeves, as well as the buttoned polo collar, are dark greenish-blue in colour. The sleeves are cut diagonally in half, with the bottom part displaying a ribbed pattern. The shades on the striped design of the body start heavy on top before transitioning to a light one on the middle. The transition effect repeats at the lower half, albeit the shades are relatively darker overall compared to that of the upper half. The Nike Swoosh, white in this shirt, is on the right chest while the Zenith logo, displayed with official colours and white plated, is on the left. The branding of the sponsor on the front centre is also white. The backside sports a clean look of the striped body and the solid-ribbed split sleeves, all with their front side colours.
2020/21 Zenit St Petersburg Away Shirt
Relative to the home kit, the Zenit 2020-21 away shirt is relatively clean and simple, sporting a white base and sky blue applications for the buttons of the polo collar and logos. The sleeves still have the solid-ribbed split and their hems have a side slit. The entire backside is pristinely clear. The only other colour application is the yellow star of the tonal plated Zenit logo.
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Called Zenit St. Petersburg in English, reports differ as to when the club was formed, most sources say 1925 but some say 1914. The club was born from several other Russian teams merging together.
Thanks to the recent sponsorship by Gazprom Saint Petersburg has had a major injection of cash recently, they currently play in the 21,570 capacity Petrovsky Stadium.
Known to the fans as 'Sine-belo-golubye' which is blue white light blues, referring to the clubs colours of the badge and of their kit.
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