The latest kits: 16 reveals you missed

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A host of the best teams in Europe revealed new playing strips this week, including both Manchester giants. Here are 16 kit launches you may have missed over the past few days! 

Thursday was an eventful day as both Manchester City and Chelsea released their respective away kits for the 2021/22 campaign.   

Scroll through the gallery above to see 16 kit reveals you may have missed this week

The Citizens revealed their new "water-inspired" playing strip, which aims to spread the message of their global clean water initiatives. What stands out about their new kit is the unique eye-catching effect applied to the logos on it, fading from pink to purple and then blue.  

In London, Thomas Tuchel's Blues ditched their 2020/21 predominantly light-blue for a starker yellow on their new away shirt, complete with thin black horizontal pinstripes. 

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On Friday morning, Manchester United released their much-anticipated adidas away kit, with the shirt being a modern version of the jersey worn between the 1990/92 seasons.

Details-wise, the Red Devils have swapped their 2020/21 black away shirt for a geometric blue graphic print with red insignia and stripes.

In Germany, Borussia Dortmund paid tribute to their founding fathers by releasing an away kit inspired by the 18 members of the local Catholic church-sponsored Trinity Youth, who founded the club on 19 December 1909.   

The Bundesliga club's new away strip comes with an asphalt and black zig-zag pattern, with the only bits of yellow to be found on the shirt being in the club crest and the PUMA logo. 

Other teams who released kits this week include LaLiga and Premier League sides such as Sevilla, Leicester City and West Ham – scroll through the gallery above to see some more new playing strips that were launched over the past few days!

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