The Indian Super League clubs’ new kits for the upcoming 21/22 season is here, and they’re better than ever.
From the gorgeous orange-shaded monochrome of FC Goa to the electric away kit of Kerala Blasters FC, this year’s kits are more vibrant than ever before.
This release of new kits by clubs are constantly making news, and this time it is no different. Ahead of the clubs’ official announcement, FIFA 22 has already leaked the latest kits of the ISL clubs. Let’s take a look –
ATK Mohun Bagan
The reminiscent maroon and green home colours adorn ATK’s new home kit, and the Mariners are ready to put up an intense fight this season yet again. The kit is designed by Nivia and is sponsored by SBOTOP, which takes the centre of the jersey.
Bengaluru FC recently created news with its new kit release through an emotional video. The Blues will be seen donning their new blue home kits and white away kits with blue stripes designed by Puma and sponsored by JSW this season.
Chennaiyin FC’s new kit sticks with their Drishti Bommai logo, symbolic of positivity and keeping negativity at bay. The kit features their home colour, blue, while their away kit retains the white colour designed by Nivia and sponsored by Apollo Tyres.
FC Goa’s kits have quite a history with their home colours transitioning from blue to orange. The new orange kit is designed by Reyaur Sports and is sponsored by Indinews. With the official mascot in their logo, The Gaurs’ new kit looks nothing short of victorious.
Hyderabad FC’s new kit features their home colours – yellow and black. Their away kit is certainly unique with solid maroon taking the centre and yellow on the sides. Much applause should be given to The Nizams’ designers to spotlight the club’s logo, which represents Hyderabad’s rich heritage. The kit is sponsored by Andslite and designed by Hummel.
Designed by Nivia and sponsored by TATA Steel, Jamshedpur FC’s new kit is all set to kick off their new season in style. The kit features The Men of Steel’s home colours and their round-shaped crest. The away kit features a white colour and the club’s representative blue on the sides. The club’s name is written on the crest’s outer circle in English and tribal symbols respecting Jharkhand’s rich tribal history.
Kerala Blasters FC
Kerala Blasters FC’s new kit is designed by retaining its home colour, yellow. Yellow is representative of the team’s penchant for football, and the sides covered with blue are representative of Komban’s tusk. The kit is also an ode to Kerala’s 1973 Santosh Trophy squad, who brought the first Santosh Trophy to Kerala.
Mumbai City FC
Sponsored by DafaNews and designed by Puma, Aamchi City’s new kit features its home colour, sky blue. The away kit is adorned with illusionary patterns representing the club’s away colours. The new kit resembles their parent club Manchester City’s home kit deepening the connection between them.
NorthEast United FC
NorthEast United FC’s new kit is designed by SIX5SIX and is sponsored by JA Entertainment. The new home kit features the club’s crest, with the eight stars representing India’s eight northeastern states. The away kit features a white jersey and shorts designed with red stripes. The Highlanders’ new kit will feature their home colours.
Designed by Hummel, Odisha FC’s new kit is Sambalpuri inspired and retains their recently changed home colour, black and purple. The away kit features the away colours of the club designed with patterns reminiscent of Odisha’s culture. The kit features The Kalinga Warriors’ Chakra inspired logo which represents Odisha’s heritage and culture. Odisha Tourism sponsors the new kit.
SC East Bengal
Representative of East Bengal’s rich history, SC East Bengal’s new kit features red and yellow home colours. The club’s away kit features its away colours with some creative patterns. The Red and Gold Brigade will don the new kit designed by TYKA and sponsored by Shree Cement this season.