Juventus have unveiled their home shirts for the 2013-14 season with 1980s-style thinner stripes and V-neck.
The Bianconeri will be presented with the Scudetto trophy this evening after their game with Cagliari at the Juventus Stadium.
Meanwhile, the club has released images of its main strip for next season, which will be inspired by the glory days of the 1980s.
The black and white stripes are thinner, while there is a V-neck pointing to the Scudetto symbol on the chest.
Stars are removed from view, as is the ’30 sul campo’ – 30 on the pitch – motto inside the shirt that so infuriated those who insist Calciopoli proves Juve had two titles stripped.
Instead, there is the Scudetto symbol and 1897, the year the club was founded.
There will also be a black panel on the back so that the players’ name can stand out better. The shorts will be black and socks white.
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