For the 2015-16 season Mexico giants Club América will be wearing a Home kit in pale yellow once again and this time it’s designed paying homage to the 50th anniversary of its 1965-66 league championship, referencing the uniform worn during the historic victory. Last season’s collar is substituted for a modern V-neck collar trimmed at the back with a red and navy blue band.
The away shirt is light blue at the top and transitions to a darker shade toward the hem. This design was included as a reference to the club’s reputation for nurturing young talent at its academy named El Nido (the Nest) via a feather graphic that recalls the club’s mascot, an eagle.
The Mexico City club unveiled the new uniforms this week with a little help from former SI Swimsuit Issue model Ana Beatriz Barros. Not a bad pull…
The new kits are available July 22 on the Nike Football App and July 23 at select Nike retailers. See more pictures of the new kits below. Continue Reading