La Liga 2022/23 starts in less than 2 weeks, the excitement can be felt all over the places.
It’s also important to know what are your favorite clubs are wearing for the new campaign.
So, here we are with the full list of La Liga clubs’ new jerseys of 2022/23, starting with the 1st patch:
American brand New Balance signed a deal to take over Bilbao’s kits since 2017 from Nike. And it’s safe to say, they have done their job right!
Released both home and away kits by the end of June, Atletico Madrid’s new jerseys were also used in the pre-season friendly games.
Los Rojiblancos has yet to release their third kit for 2022/23 season, but it is leaked by Footy Headlines to be pretty cool one.
Barcelona rocked their Cules, not only by releasing their new kits for the new season, but also for featuring all of their 5 new signings in them.
Jules Kounde – the 5th signing so far this summer of Barca, also wore the home kit in his presentation, it’s safe to say the kit looks good on the French defender.
Similar to Atletico Madrid, La Liga 2021/22 runner up Barca still holds the 3rd kit and wait for the official release. Of course, Footy Headlines already leaked some images about it, and it’s up to Cules to judge its look.
The LaLiga outfit made the switch from the 2022/23 season in a multi-year deal lasting until the end of 2026/27. It will see Hummel replace Italian company Kappa, which has provided Betis’ kit since the 2018/19 campaign, having taken over from Adidas.
Stunning look from Betis latest home kit by Hummel
Hummel previously served as Betis’ kit supplier from 1987/88 to the end of 1989/90, so, they are not strangers. Besides, the Danish giant already made their statement with glorious kits for the national team or other EPL clubs like Everton, Southampton,..
Kelme, based in Elche, was founded in 1977 and already sponsor Alaves in La Liga as well as Alcorcón and Rayo Vallecano in La Liga 2. This Spanish giant used to design jerseys for Los Blancos in the past.
Taking over their local opponent Joma (founded in 1965) since 2018/19 season, Kelme has shown that they could make very wild and amazing kits.