Juventus Third Football Shirt 2017-18

Álvaro Borja Morata Martín(Morata), who was born on 23 October 1992, is a Spanish professional forward who currently plays for English club Chelsea and Spain national team. He signed a contract with Real Madrid in 2008 from Getafe CF and made his debut two years later, scoring a total of 34 goals and winning two youth titles in that season. In July 2014, Morata transferred to Juventus and helped the club win Serie A, Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana. However, on 21 June 2016, he returned to Real Madrid. He totally helped Real Madrid get titles of La Liga, Copa del Rey, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup.

Although Morata plays for Chelsea, it is reported that Juventus want him back. Juventus hope that they can land Morata on loan initially, then buy him permanently in 2019. So, what will happen?

When it comes to Juventus, it is one of successful football clubs in the world. It has won Serie A many times, and also won Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana. In Europe, the club got the titles of UEFA Champions League, European Cup Winners’ Cup, UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Intertoto Cup.

The third football shirt for Juventus in the 2017-18 season was designed by a fan for the first time by “Creator Studio”, a digital platform that was established by Adidas last summer. In addition to Juventus, these clubs’ third football shirts were designed by fans, too, including Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Manchester United, AC Milan and Flamengo RJ. Therefore, fans’ support is integrated into these shirts, and players will perform better on the football field wearing the third football jersey.

The dark green match jersey shows the profound culture of Juventus, at the same time, pays tribute to classic designs. The iconic black and white stripes are put on the chest, and the redesigned club badge is embedded in wide white stripe, highlighting the spirit of Zebre(The Zebras). The front of the shirt features three gold five-pointed stars, symbolizing the great victories in the past. The black ribbed crew neck, cuffs and classic Adidas three stripes catch the eye very much.

In addition, the Juventus 2017-18 third shirt is produced by Adidas Climacool technology, so it can keep athletes cool and dry during 90 minutes.

This football product is part of Adidas sustainable product program. They produce products in more sustainable ways to protect the environment well and make the world better. The material of Adidas shirts is made from recycled polyester, which can reduce the impact on environment by reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

Fans are available to get cheap football shirts replica for Juventus at our online store. They are all comfortable and breathable. Besides, they are also stylish in your daily life. We will provide you with shirt printing service, so you are able to own a unique shirt with the name and number of a player you like. Wearing a football shirt allows you to show your support wherever you are. Please place your order now to show your loyalty and support.

Paris Saint-Germain 2017-18 Third Football Shirt

According to the latest Soccer Clubs Ranking published by FootballDatabase, Real Madrid occupies the top spot. Barcelona is in second place, followed by Bayern Munich. Juventus is ranked fourth, and Liverpool is the fifth, which is indeed a bit surprising! The next clubs are Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Tottenham Hotspur, Atletico Madrid and Manchester United. As we can see, Paris Saint-Germain is ranked the seventh, which proves that it is an extremely successful and powerful club in the world.

Although Real Madrid did not perform well in Spanish games in the 2017-18 season, including La Liga and Copa del Rey, they tried their best in the Champions League. In the just-concluded second round of the Champions League semi-finals, Real Madrid won Bayern with a 2-2 draw at Santiago Bernabeu, which made it reach the Champions League final this season. The success of the Champions League shows that Real Madrid is the king in the world football. It is ranked the third in the La Liga Ranking, but it can become the first club in the world, beating the clubs which win the top five European leagues.

Located in Paris, France, Parc des Princes has been the home stadium of PSG since 1974 with a seating capacity of 47,929 spectators. There was a mourning ceremony at the stadium on 30 November 2015 before the game between PSG and Troyes, the first game to be held after November 2015 Paris attacks. The audience chanted the La Marseillaise, then held a moment of silence. In the center of the stadium, a 300-square-meter French flag was displayed, and 20,000 small flags were distributed to the audience on the stadium to express the firm belief that France was united.

Frank Ntilikina(born on 28 July 1998) is a French-Rwandan professional basketball player for the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He visited the Parc des Princes on 29 April 2018, and posted a video on Twitter with a word “Welcome to Parc des Princes. Good game”.

PSG Third Football Shirt 2017-18 was unveiled jointly by Nike and the club. The brand new shirt features a beautiful camouflage pattern inspired by the world-famous iconic architecture of Paris. The advanced and innovative Nike AeroSwift technology used in the jersey helps athletes to eliminate interference and focus on the game. The club players will wear new jerseys to achieve their goal of dominating the European games.

The third jersey is impressive because of its color. The all-black shirt is given modern design elements, which establishes a strong image of the players. Besides, unique details also show a sense of pride of the club players. The round collar looks more stylish and camouflage patterns woven by unique craftsmanship are shown on the shirt and the shorts, which enhances comfort and breathability and keeps players cool and dry. The team badge reduces friction in the chest. Interwoven black grid patterns are put into the white stripe on shoulders and the same patterns are designed on chest, showing the symbol of Paris – the world-famous Eiffel Tower. Huge “Paris” at the back of the shirt also emphasizes the players’ sense of pride.