12 top kits recently released

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With a number of big European sides having recently released new playing strips for the 2022/23 season, here are 12 of the latest kit reveals, including those of Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona and Real Madrid!

The Catalan giants launched their new away kit for the upcoming campaign last week, and Olympic gold is the inspiration for the latest design.

Scroll through the gallery above to see 12 of the latest kits on the block!

The pattern of the jersey incorporates a map of the city that points toward the venues that were used at the 1992 Games, which took place in Catalonia, while the sleeves also feature the colours of the five Olympic rings.

In France, PSG revealed their much-anticipated home kit, which was modelled by a number of first-team players, including Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe. The Ligue 1 side also revealed Qatar Airways as their latest front-jersey sponsor while GOAT, another new sponsor, also appears on the new strip.

Over in England, Newcastle United released their Castore third kit, which, perhaps controversially, shares the same green and white colours as the Saudi Arabian national team, and is a unique change from the 2021/22 all-blue colour scheme.

The Magpies' latest kit comes with a green crest, green badge and the same colour trim on both the neck and sleeves of the otherwise all-white playing strip.

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LaLiga champions Real also dropped their new away kit, which comes in the colour purple. Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Vinicius Junior were among the stars who starred in the jersey launch that saw them swap their all-blue kit from the 2021/22 campaign for a whole new colour scheme.

Other teams who also recently showcased their new kits include Everton and Serie A champions AC Milan – scroll through the gallery above to see the latest jerseys you may have missed!

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