With the 2015-16 seasons nearly upon us, most clubs have revealed their new kits and colours for the upcoming campaign. For the most part, clubs have not strayed too far from the norm with regards to the design and colours of the kit. However, there have been quite a few that have surprised their fans, both positively and negatively. Here are the best kits that have been revealed so far for the upcoming season. They either look the best, or have the best meaning behind them.
Roma – Away
Roma always have enviably good kits every year. This year, though, they have upped the game by including a map of Rome on their away kit. Beautiful!
Rayo Vallecano – Away
There’s a very special reason why Rayo Vallecano have chosen to sport a multi-coloured away kit next season. Each colour represents the club’s support for special causes and charities, such as cancer awareness, environmental protection and much more.
Nottingham Forest – Home
Nottingham Forest’s home kit not only looks great, but also commemorates the historic club’s 150th anniversary.
Eintracht Frankfurt – Away
Frankfurt’s stylish away kit is very similar to the German national team’s kit. Donning the Alfa Romeo logo, the simple black and white look works wonders.
West Ham – Home
West Ham have nailed the traditional look with a special occasion. The traditional look of their iconic and blue Boleyn kit is in honour of next season being their last at their historic Boleyn Ground.
Fiorentina – Home
There’s not much to say about Fiorentina’s stunning home kit other than the Le Coq Sportif logo on top of a simple purple kit just works wonderfully.
Kawasaki Frontale – Home
This unique home kit from Kawasaki Frontale commemorates the completion of the new Main Stand at their home ground – the Todoroki Athletics Stadium.
Valencia – Third Kit
This attention-grabbing third kit from Valencia is certainly different from the norm. The club’s agreement with the UN to promote the equal role of women globally meant that the UN Women’s logo was added to the third kit. They will sport the charitable logo on the back of their kits for their Champions League matches.