17/18 season kit launch
The Club


The Official Store was the scene for the presentation of the new kits of the first team, Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla FC Femenno

Sevilla FC has released, with an act in the official store of the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, the new set of kits that will be used in the 17/18 season. This new collection has been launched accompanied by a campaign called ''Juega Sin Limites' (Play without limits).

The home kit is logically white, with subtle vertical lines and contrast with touches of red on the neck, shoulders and sleeves of the shirt. The crest appears embroidered on the chest and the traditional one remains on the back of the neck. The kit s completed with the traditional white shorts and black socks.

In the away kit there is also a use of the traditional red and a V neck similar to the home kit, but in this case of white colour, which also appears on the lower side of the sleeve. The shorts and socks also are red. 

When it comes to the third kit, the colour black returns replacing the colour yellow, with a shirt that sketches geometric diamond shapes, that recall some of the characteristic towers in the city's landscape. The shirt has a round and buttoned white collar, tone that also covers the socks. As a gesture, all three kits carry the number 16 on one of their shoulders in memory of Antonio Puerta, on the tenth anniversary since his tragic departure. 

The outfits have been developed by NB Dry, a fabric that absorbs humidity and helps maintain coolness, with 3D netting under the arms and back to help air circulation. Also, there is an additional zone of shock absorption on the socks. The new kits are already out for sale in the Official Store and the Online Store.

Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla FC Femenino

There was also a spotlight in the kit launch on Sevilla Atlético, who will go back to competing in LaLiga 1|2|3, and on the feminine team, recently promoted to the Liga Iberdrola. In this sense, the youth team presents as an innovation that the strip on their shirt, red in the home kit and white in the away one, in addition to it being a bit larger, will occupy front and back of the shirt. When it comes to the third kit, it will be similar to the first team's one but less intense and without the strip.

The outfits of the feminine team, identical to those of the first team, were presented by Alicia Fuentes, Jenni Morilla and the recently arrived Martina Piemonte. 

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