Juventus and Adidas have unveiled their new kit for 2019-20, which controversially removes the black-and-white stripes for a monochrome look.
The shirt had already been extensively leaked over the last few months, prompting a mixture of joy and irritation among fans for the way it has broken off from the traditional stripes.
There is also a nod to the first ever jersey used by Juventus, which was pink, thanks to a stripe down the centre of the shirt.
It's reported this design was adopted after research found black and white stripes reminded Americans of a referee, as this is the uniform worn by officials in baseball and American Football.
A choice. An oath. Stand together. BE THE STRIPES.— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) May 12, 2019
Introducing our new 19/20 home kit by @adidasfootball – get yours now: https://t.co/lLiqnGe5O1 #ForzaJuve #DareToCreate #BeTheStripes pic.twitter.com/Z2dOaUzc7s
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