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Jun 21, 21

New Balance has revealed FC Porto’s bespoke home kit for the 21/22 season.

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New Balance has revealed FC Porto’s bespoke home kit for the 21/22 season.

The famous blue and white stripes on the new home jersey include a unique diagonal line graphic for the 2021/22 season, which celebrates the rich legacy of the Portuguese giants.

Lettering bearing the words ‘FC Porto’ is also added to the bespoke jersey in blue, and is visible on the reverse of the neck tab.

The release is part of the brand’s ‘Dragons March On’ campaign in recognition of the Club’s unwavering pursuit of success.

FC Porto Forward and New Balance athlete Toni Martinez said, “Seeing the fans’ reaction to the new kit is always a special moment, I like how modern the jersey looks and I’m sure it will get a great response at the Dragão”.

General Manager of New Balance Football, Kenny McCallum said: “FC Porto’s rich history serves as a fantastic source of inspiration for New Balance’s unique designs. This year’s Home jersey is a fresh take on one of the most classic jersey’s in modern football and I can’t wait to see the squad wearing it next season”.

The goalkeeper kit is introduced in Warm Alpaca Grey tones with a Faded Birch speckled graphic.

New Balance has applied cutting edge design technology across all 21/22 jerseys to ensure superior performance. Developed using innovative NB Dry technology, to help keep players fresh and dry from the first to the final whistle.

The full range of New Balance FC Porto 2021/22 Home Kit products will be available at http://www.newbalance.co.uk/football and in New Balance stores worldwide from 22nd June 2021.

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