Juventus have officially presented their new away kit for 2013-14, revealing a return to traditional colours of yellow and blue.
The Bianconeri have today unveiled their second kit for the coming campaign, which matches a plain and medium yellow shirt and shorts with blue shorts.
Marking a return to traditional colours used by the club in their away design, this year’s change shirts are also detailed with black and white lining at the end of the sleeves and on the collar.
“The elegant yellow shirt and blue shorts combo provides a fitting nod to the past, worn by Bianconeri legend and inspirational captain Gaetano Scirea when he lifted the Cup Winners’ Cup in Basel on 16 May 1984,” explained the club in publishing a statement with the above picture.
“Whilst every effort has been made to keep with tradition – yellow and blue are also the colours associated with the city of Turin - this year’s new away kit is modern in appearance and features an impressive attention to detail.
“The shirt collar, black and white in colour, bears an inscription of the club’s year of foundation, 1897, along with a Scudetto symbol to mark Juventus’ status as defending champions.”
The kit will go on sale from tomorrow.
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