Latest 22/23 kits you may have missed

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With some big clubs such as Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Juventus having recently unveiled new playing strips, here are the latest kit releases you may have missed! 

The Bundesliga champions recent showed off their stunning adidas 2022/23 home kit, with the shirt featuring the classic club colours combined with a modern striped concept.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see the latest kit releases you may have missed!

The white stripes add a new and improved look to the plain red shirt, while white edges on the collar and sleeves rounding off the design. Julian Nagelsmann's side wore the new kit for the first time in their 2-2 draw with VfB Stuttgart last Sunday. 

UEFA Champions League finalists Liverpool also recently dropped their latest Nike home kit, with Jordan Henderson and Virgil van Dijk, among others, sporting the club's newest playing strip in the launch video.

The all-red home shirt has intricate "YNWA" detailing on the sleeve cuff to "represent the resilient bond between the fans and the club", while the neckline also features a "97" emblem encased by the eternal flames as a tribute to the 96 people who lost their lives at Hillsborough, while the 97th person was unlawfully killed as a result of the Hillsborough disaster. 

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Serie A giants Juventus, meanwhile, have once again collaborated with adidas for their 2022/23 home kit. The Allianz Stadium is the inspiration for it, with the innovative graphics on the shirt being identical to an integral part of the architectural structure of the stadium.  

The Bianconeri will sport their new jersey when they host Lazio on Monday evening.  

Other clubs who also unveiled new kits recently include Borussia Dortmund, AS Roma and Rangers – have a look at their new playing strips in the gallery above! 

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