outfits of the Champions League teams
Manufacturers of sports clothing and footwear outdo each other in ideas for outfits, the largest brands compete with each other like football players on the pitch to be called the best in the field.
The eyes of fans around the world focus not only on the players' play but also on what they are dressed in, whether in matches in front of their own or a foreign audience. In addition to championship events where there are clashes of the national team, the most attention is paid to football lovers by the Champions League.
We looked at the jerseys of the teams competing in the Champions League and the brands responsible for producing them. Out of 32 teams participating in the competition, as many as 13 dresses Nike, 8 is sponsorship of Adidas, the podium closes with 4 teams Puma. The next logos appearing on the shirts are New Balance and Macron [both 2], while one representative in elite competitions has Under Armor, Jaki and Kappa. P>
The game is about great money even if it is played with a ball, already manufactured by the German giant with characteristic three stripes. We watch this game from the side, like fans. It enables us to look broader than just a look based on numbers. Our ranking looks like this:
Nike – RB Leipzig
The following set was created especially for "Die Rotten Bullen" appearances in the Champions League, it will not be used during other competitions than European ones.
Adidas – Ajax Amsterdam
The Ajax away travel kit caught our attention because of the courage in combining colors in no way corresponding to the colors of the club. In our opinion, this color combination is brilliant.
Puma – Manchester City
Manchester City went even further, which Puma produced an extremely colorful outfit because of the details that clearly give it an imaginative touch.
Particularly noteworthy are other sets, such as the third one for Lille OSC by New Balance or Club Brugge, who dresses Macron but also camo by Kappa at Napoli SSC or the white T-shirt by Bayer Leverkusen from Jaki.