The Catalans’ home kit is a classic return to the traditional Blaugrana stripes in a nod to celebrate some of their most triumphant eras
The 2019-20 Spanish season might not be over yet, with the Covid-19 pandemic having delayed European club football for months, but Barcelona‘s new jerseys are already being unveiled to the world.
Goal has the latest information about the Spanish giants’ 2020-21 shirts – home, away and third – as well as when they expected to be fully released and more.
Barcelona’s 2020-21 home kit
Nike launched the latest edition of the Barcelona home shirt on July 6, with the jersey returning to the traditional vertical blue and red stripes that have become synonymous with the club.
Recent Barcelona home jerseys have featured more adventurous geometric patterns, but the newest kit will pay tribute to some of the Catalan club’s most successful periods.
Additional thin yellow lines border the larger blue and white stripes, paying tribute to the club’s kits of the 1920s.
Barcelona unveil their brand new home kit for the 2020-21 season 🔵🔴 pic.twitter.com/wbnq1yIniY
— Goal (@goal) July 14, 2020
Barcelona 2020-21 away kit
Barcelona unveiled their new away kit on July 31, with the Liga giants opting to go with a black and gold design.
“The colours are within” is the slogan they have gone with, as the club are eager to point out that “Barca fans’ heart are Blaugrana, no matter what is on the outside”.
It is the third time in Barca’s history that they have opted for a predominantly black change strip, having taken a similar approach in 2011-12 and 2013-14.
The club badge will be entirely gold, as will all sponsor logos.
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) July 31, 2020
Barcelona’s 2020-21 third kit & release date
Barcelona’s third kit is yet to be announced but, according to leaks, it is set to be the first-ever completely pink jersey in the club’s history.
While the club have previously had kits that have dabbled in pink shades, they have always been accompanied with colours such as orange.
It is set to be released by Nike as the last of Barcelona’s collection of new kits in September 20, with the pastel pink colourway complemented by a teal and black trim.
🔎 Details. pic.twitter.com/R6K3Wyg6LQ
— Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) June 22, 2020