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1995:

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Today it's unbelievable that they wore these as home for two years (1997-1999):

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Was 1995 the start of Adidas's shoulder stripes then? I see in 97-99 they snuck their stripes onto the collar as well, but what's more interesting to me about that jersey is that the chest stripe continuing onto the arms makes it seem like a premonition of the MLS template.

1992:

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In the upcoming season's thread I'd wondered whether Colo-Colo's new Under Armour jerseys were the first to have a digital art-inspired design element, but it looks like Dortmund seized the Web 1.0 trend with this screensaver-esque pattern

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Was 1995 the start of Adidas's shoulder stripes then? I see in 97-99 they snuck their stripes onto the collar as well, but what's more interesting to me about that jersey is that the chest stripe continuing onto the arms makes it seem like a premonition of the MLS template.

Adidas' shoulder/arm stripes on football shirts date back to the early 1970s at least (when manufacturer logos began to appear on shirts), and had appeared on tracksuits and the like in the early 1960s.

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That 1994 BVB kit looks incredibly like Oregon. Inspiration for Nike perhaps?

Also, pretty crazy how the Mutiny look like the Sounders.

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Was 1995 the start of Adidas's shoulder stripes then? I see in 97-99 they snuck their stripes onto the collar as well, but what's more interesting to me about that jersey is that the chest stripe continuing onto the arms makes it seem like a premonition of the MLS template.

Adidas' shoulder/arm stripes on football shirts date back to the early 1970s at least (when manufacturer logos began to appear on shirts), and had appeared on tracksuits and the like in the early 1960s.

Manchester United had adidas kits inbtge 70's. The 3 stripes were placed horizontally on the chest as well as the sleeves over various seasons.

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Was 1995 the start of Adidas's shoulder stripes then? I see in 97-99 they snuck their stripes onto the collar as well, but what's more interesting to me about that jersey is that the chest stripe continuing onto the arms makes it seem like a premonition of the MLS template.

Adidas' shoulder/arm stripes on football shirts date back to the early 1970s at least (when manufacturer logos began to appear on shirts), and had appeared on tracksuits and the like in the early 1960s.

Manchester United had adidas kits inbtge 70's. The 3 stripes were placed horizontally on the chest as well as the sleeves over various seasons.

I was under the impression that they wore Umbro and Admiral kits in the 1970s, with the switch to Adidas occurring in 1980?

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I know a previous poster mentioned it, but can we just take a moment to realize how similar this is to the current Oregon Ducks football look?

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Was 1995 the start of Adidas's shoulder stripes then? I see in 97-99 they snuck their stripes onto the collar as well, but what's more interesting to me about that jersey is that the chest stripe continuing onto the arms makes it seem like a premonition of the MLS template.

Adidas' shoulder/arm stripes on football shirts date back to the early 1970s at least (when manufacturer logos began to appear on shirts), and had appeared on tracksuits and the like in the early 1960s.

Manchester United had adidas kits inbtge 70's. The 3 stripes were placed horizontally on the chest as well as the sleeves over various seasons.

1980's not the 70's

http://www.historicalkits.co.uk/Manchester_United/Manchester_United.htm

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Was 1995 the start of Adidas's shoulder stripes then? I see in 97-99 they snuck their stripes onto the collar as well, but what's more interesting to me about that jersey is that the chest stripe continuing onto the arms makes it seem like a premonition of the MLS template.

Adidas' shoulder/arm stripes on football shirts date back to the early 1970s at least (when manufacturer logos began to appear on shirts), and had appeared on tracksuits and the like in the early 1960s.

Manchester United had adidas kits inbtge 70's. The 3 stripes were placed horizontally on the chest as well as the sleeves over various seasons.

I was under the impression that they wore Umbro and Admiral kits in the 1970s, with the switch to Adidas occurring in 1980?

I might be off. They seemed to rotate between the three though.

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I love some kits that Parma wore in the 90s!

I too loved those bumblebee Parma kits, but if the fans prefer the cross then it's right. Just wish they used it as a standard clash. And while Parma had some fantastic success in those years, the way it was obtained has left most fans wanting to just be a calm, little provincial side

Ahhh the 90s

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Yeah, the swastikas killed those kits pretty fast

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Oh, hey, there they are!

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I love some kits that Parma wore in the 90s!

I too loved those bumblebee Parma kits, but if the fans prefer the cross then it's right. Just wish they used it as a standard clash. And while Parma had some fantastic success in those years, the way it was obtained has left most fans wanting to just be a calm, little provincial side

Ahhh the 90s

9-fiorentina-1992-93-worst-soccer-unifor

Yeah, the swastikas killed those kits pretty fast

How do they miss something that egregious?

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I love some kits that Parma wore in the 90s!

I too loved those bumblebee Parma kits, but if the fans prefer the cross then it's right. Just wish they used it as a standard clash. And while Parma had some fantastic success in those years, the way it was obtained has left most fans wanting to just be a calm, little provincial side

The crossed home kits from Parma are pretty amazing if you ask me. I just wished they would use the yellow and blue hoops as a permanent away kit design.

I think they wore a throwback of these in the 2005-2006 season:

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At least they got these in PES 5 as a third kit as far as I remember.

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The goo old days, the rise of sublimation and all the colorful designs.

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Kids with crayons I swear

Campos was actually part of the design team for his flambouyant keeper jerseys.

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Did you guys forget about this?mexico-home-football-shirt-1996-1998-s_3

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I love some kits that Parma wore in the 90s!

I too loved those bumblebee Parma kits, but if the fans prefer the cross then it's right. Just wish they used it as a standard clash. And while Parma had some fantastic success in those years, the way it was obtained has left most fans wanting to just be a calm, little provincial side

Ahhh the 90s

9-fiorentina-1992-93-worst-soccer-unifor

Yeah, the swastikas killed those kits pretty fast
How do they miss something that egregious?

Am I missing something or do you guys not know what a swastika looks like......

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I love some kits that Parma wore in the 90s!

I too loved those bumblebee Parma kits, but if the fans prefer the cross then it's right. Just wish they used it as a standard clash. And while Parma had some fantastic success in those years, the way it was obtained has left most fans wanting to just be a calm, little provincial side

Ahhh the 90s

9-fiorentina-1992-93-worst-soccer-unifor

Yeah, the swastikas killed those kits pretty fast
How do they miss something that egregious?

Am I missing something or do you guys not know what a swastika looks like......

Look at where some of the black lines intersect, not the shapes they form. The clearest one I can spot is on his shoulder, just above and to the right of the club badge.

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