It’s Jersey Week here at SB Nation, and we at BWRAO are doing our part to show off some of Juventus’ threads. Playing on the wing or in a more central, creative role, Nedved saw out the last eight years of his career in Turin, constantly putting on a show for the Juve faithful. The midfielder had two incidents earlier this season which saw him make the headlines for the wrong reasons. He has won a plethora of trophies, including four La Liga titles, four Champions Leagues, the World Cup and two European Championships. By Tuesday it had been replaced by a picture of four men in front of a television playing the game. We complicated our lives a little because three or four more points (this season) would be enough to be on top, but it will serve as a lesson for the future. Of course, if thesupervigo.com This kit makes the best use of this logo, eliminating the boxy border and letting the lettering stand on their own, with a minor outline to keep everything contained. The simplicity of the black-and-gold color scheme is belied by how the gold lettering and accents pop. The shade of blue and general simplicity made it pop on the field. Pink is a historic color for Juventus, and I like the shade here. They also caused a few color clashes with opponents’ shorts, necessitating the pairing of the shirt with the solid black shorts that went with that season’s pink away kits. They went on to eliminate juventus jersey 2023 and had one foot in the final when Ziyech’s stunning curling shot put them 3-0 ahead on aggregate against Tottenham Hotspur in the semis. To my eye, it’s a little too flat to call neon and it was pleasing to the eye, and went great with the black shorts. It’s a real shame, because if they’d omitted that they’d probably be the top of the list. They were so dominant that the Blues scored 103 goals, the first team to surpass the century mark in the Premier League era, with Drogba scoring 29 times in the top flight.
He lasted just one season at the club and scored seven times in 41 appearances as he struggled to make much of a lasting impact. I know this one was a little divisive, but I’ll die on this hill. Hell hath no fury like a Messi scorned and Athletic Bilbao did not know what they were bargaining for when they meted out some rough treatment to the Argentine in a 2015 Copa del Rey final. I’m also a big fan of the the font, which predates what we now know as the standard Juventus font and is, in my opinion, slightly better, especially when it comes to the numbers. It comes as a ‘nuclear war’ broke out in football over the proposals, which would see the six clubs become part of a group of a dozen elite European teams to compete in a tournament rivalling the current Champions League. It does get dinged a little bit as a shared design, unlike another kit that we’ll see further down this list. This one always makes me smile when I see it.
This particular one was a design that was shared with several other Adidas clubs, but I really think it’s great. It’s how they ought to have treated the logo all along, but unfortunately the next year’s shirt brought the border back, creating an unfortunate capital H look to the front that I’m surprised didn’t make Sergio’s list. But the Balocco logo just looked nicer. It’s also easily the best handling of the Jeep sponsorship logo. Since its introduction in 2012-13, the word has been encased in a large black rectangular border that tends to be just out of sync with the stripes (it’s the weakness of the ‘14-15 strip) and just drags a lot of the home kits of recent years down. The Henley neck is a nice touch, and the stripes are nicely balanced. Obviously Juventus doesn’t recoup the full $60 million — 10-15 percent of Adidas’ sales go to the club (so $6 million to $9 million), juventus kit but there are other major benefits to having one of the most marketable stars in Europe on the team. Sometimes the simple things are the hardest to execute, but when they’re executed well they’re spectacular.