Real Madrid have showed off their stylish new away kit, while Arsenal collaborated with adidas for their unique third strip. Here are the latest new kits on the block!
Los Blancos recently released their new away kit, which is said to be inspired by one of the club's past jerseys, according to their official website.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the latest kits on the block
The LaLiga giants' 2021/22 away shirt has a similar colour scheme to that of the team's 1998/99 third kit, combining a victory blue colour with "lucky orange" stripes on the shoulders.
England's Premier League campaign is set to begin on Friday night, when Arsenal take on Brentford in the season opener, and the Gunners have revealed the kit they will be wearing in that opening fixture.
According to Footy Headlines, Mikel Arteta side's third kit is inspired by the iconic "blue lightning" playing strips that Nike produced for the club in the 1990s, with the jersey being predominantly navy with turquoise graphics, complete with a white and red scheme for its logos.
One of the few European leagues that have already kicked off their 2021/22 league campaigns is France's Ligue 1, and AS Monaco recently released their latest Kappa-sponsored third kit. With a design that is unlike any other, the shirt is off-white with a geometric pattern on the front, combined with claret for its trim and logos.
Other new playing strips that were revealed over the past few days include the latest jerseys from South Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns, AmaZulu and Cape Town City – scroll through the gallery above to see the latest kit reveals you may have missed!