Juventus Celebrates a Decade at Home With Its 2021/22 Kit

Featuring a star and a pentagon design woven into its fabric.

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Juventus and adidas Football have unveiled its home jersey for the upcoming 2021/22 season, that sees the classic club aesthetic given a modern refresh, drawing inspiration from the club’s stadium its called home since 2011.

Paying homage to the players who have created history in its stadium recent years, as well as the supporters, the new kit features a star and a pentagon design of the Cammino delle Stelle engineered into the fabric.

Retaining its traditional black and white striped combination, the kit also makes a subtle reference to a decade in its new home, with a note along the collar reading “10 YEARS AT HOME,” besides the famous red, white and green combination.

The kit — which made its debut in this week’s Coppa Italia win over Atalanta — is available to buy now from the adidas webstore.

In other news, FC Bayern Munich has paid homage to the Bavarian capital with its new 2021/22 away kit.

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